As you know if you follow my Silent Sunday posts, I love to take Macro and Reflection pictures. BUT
I have a common problem when out and about trying to take pictures.
My little dog Badger Boo, he thinks the camera is all about him and is forever sneaking into shot.
How many times has this happened to you too?
Can you think of a caption for this picture?
Yes I could put him on the lead, but I don't, these are his walks and sometimes his antics can result in a cute picture. Other times he will run through the puddle I'm trying to photograph for a reflection and the moment is lost in the ripples it causes.
I don't get upset about it. It's all part of the joys of owning a dog, I just move onto the next picture, because there's always another one just down the path.
The rules dictate I have to answer five questions now:-
1) Cookies or cake?
Defiantly cake, but only homemade as I don't like the shop bought ones at all.
2) Vanilla or Chocolate?
Chocolate every time, but Vanilla if no chocolate is available.
3) What is your favorite sweet treat?
Thick Banana Custard.
4) When do you crave sweet things the most?
Mid afternoon onwards All the time!
5) If you had a sweet nickname what would it be?
M & M
Now I have to choose my Bakers Dozen of Super Sweet blogs. This is difficult as Badger Boo's Daft Adventures, which I also write, was also awarded the Super Sweet Blogging Award by Bark and Chatter and my choices are the same. My Super Sweet blogs can be found here.
Taking pictures of my dog Badger Boo indoors is getting harder and harder. The reason is, he has Cataracts and PRA, so if I use the flash it gets mirrored straight back at you and he has spooky white eyes. When taken without the flash, the picture is too dark to see his beautiful little face because of his markings as seen below.
If you have any hints and tips how to avoid this problem I would love to hear them. If you have any Photo Flop problems then link up below and hopefully someone will have the answer for you.