Monday, June 4, 2012

mishmash monday

This is what happens when you take photos without looking through the viewfinder!






I actually got a couple good shots using this method, but I'll save them for another day.

17 comments:

Priscilla said...

I think they are great pictures.

You can see how much Oreo wanted to be in the pictures! He was screaming for attention! LOL!

Helen said...

Actually, they make for an interesting perspective.

houndstooth said...

Ha ha ha! Thanks for a good Monday morning giggle!

Reilly / Denny Cowspotdogs said...

And to think at one time - view finders were the ONLY way to see what you taking shots of. How times change - thank goodness cute doggies always stay cute doggies though

Sam said...

I get those pictures when I'm trying to photograph Sam - all the sudden Monty will show up and stick something in the way!

Sam

Bailey said...

They look like puzzle pictures.

Cat Chat With Caren And Cody said...

they look more like MY photos lol

corbinwooten said...

I do that all the time! I actually really like that second one of Oreo!

Diana said...

I read you should take pictures this way sometimes. Just to see what kind of shots your get. Cool!

pooky said...

Boy did this bring a chuckle..lol. LOVE it:)
♥hugs♥
Bev

Dawn said...

Yup. Got a few of those myself.

Chris and Ricky said...

LOL! I like the second one and the last one of Oreo!

Lassiter Chase and Benjamin said...

I don't think I want to know what the 3rd picture is of! BUTT, I sure know those other pictures are silly!

Ellen said...

I have a slew of odd photos that sometimes end up being worth saving and others DELETE button. Taking photos of the poochies is hard enough when they don't sit still or you can't be down on the ground without them giving you a lick bath so however you can get a photo...just do it!

Nicki said...

haha-some of those are pretty cute!

Kristine said...

Even without trying you can take some pretty awesome shots of your beautiful dogs! Love the one just of Chewy's tongue!

Marie said...

That cracks me up cause that's how I always took the pictures for rescue. Seemed like it freaked a lot of the dogs out if they saw a strange person with a weird thing attached to her face, so I always held the camera lower and often cut off parts of the dog. LOL