Sunday, January 30, 2011

Weekly Winners

After 3 years of trying to take steady photos I finally bought a tripod

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And was at  long last able to take a photo of my nails without creating an elaborate book & pillow stack to hold my camera at just the right angle

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Note to self – no more home French manicures

I was able to get this shot of my afternoon snack

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And this of Asoka & the Red Queen squabbling over just who owns the throne.

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We had the Pinewood Derby this past weekend

Havoc’s car, a Clone luge

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And Mayhem’s Jones mobile

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9 comments:

Donna said...

Book and stack? That was me before my tri-pod! The pine wood cars are awesome! When my boys were in scouts it was one of our favorite events!

Balinda said...

I adore my tripod...it was the only was I was able to get decent photos of my Christmas tree without all the blurriness. Such cute scenes with the legos =)

Mary said...

Stopping by from Sits. Looks alot like my house. I can't even begin to count the number of action figures that reside with us. Wouldn't trade it for the world.

scrapchick said...

Nice pics & tripod! Love the Derby cars - we just had ours last weekend. I think the Dad's enjoy it most - they have a separate race for them after - on the $5000 track! YIKES!

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Rebecca @ Unexplained X2 said...

Yummy snack...I got a tripod for Christmas and love it...can't wait to use it more!

Tara R. said...

A Clone luge... that's funny! I got a tri-pod too and it has been great! Have fun with it.

laurakim said...

HA! I never get my nails to look anything like that - so I just cut them now!!!!

YAY for the tripod :)

humel said...

That's a nice tripod :-) I sort of have a tripod. You might not recognise it as a tripod - it looks rather like an alien from Men In Black, and is of limited use, being only about 5 inches tall. It's very portable, though.