This makes me think about the old days when I was a little under the influence of sundry substances…. Nice motion in these.
It only took a slight jiggle of the cameraphone. 🙂
I was thinking the same as Healingmagichands!
It only took a slight jiggle of the camera phone. . .
duuuuude…. pass the bong! (Wheee!)
IT ONLY TOOK A SLIGHT JIGGLE OF THE CAMERA PHONE!
these are great syncy. Especially the first one.
Thank you. I want to do some more like this – multiple crops of one image.
Intersting how the mood your viewer is in could entirely change the ‘feel’ of these… similar to how different they’d feel if set to different types of music (like, say, a Bee Gees soundtrack vs. Tool, etc.)?! Well, I guess that’s often the case… but I particularly feel that about these…
Thanks, Robert. The Bee Gees! Ha ha! Euw!
I like the idea that all three images are part of one other but that they are quite different to eachother.
you mean, you don’t have ‘The Fever’, S.E.?!
The Bee Gees fever? Most certainly not. They sound like a bunch of nanny goats to me.
The Canadian writer, Charles de Lint, created true urban fantasy before paranormal romance muddied the term. For some reason this series reminded me of his stories set in the city of Newford , in particularly one about Sasquatch living as a street person and the protagonists try to get a picture of him.
That sounds good! Most street people don’t like to have their photo taken so it fits perfectly!
Thanks very much, Karen. 🙂
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