The great thing about quota photos…

…is that it’s just about impossible for anything to be misinterpreted or misconstrued. This in turn means that no-one gets offended, no names get called and no allegations are levelled. This in turn means that everyone is happy. And that is good.

I don’t usually play around with my photos on the computer “post processing”. As far as I’m concerned, once they’re taken, they’re taken: I don’t have the software, the time or the inclination to mess around with them. That’s something else to learn and I haven’t even learnt how to take photographs yet.

However, I just poked this one of Alex’s Winnie the Pooh sprinkler a bit and I quite like the results.
I think that this is one of those photographs that is best viewed large and you can do that here.

There now. That wasn’t so controversial, now was it?

6 thoughts on “The great thing about quota photos…

  1. Hmmm……I’m trying, but I can’t find anything to be offend by in this fun summertime pic – ah, there it is, you’re poking fun at the fact that I’ve had to have the lights and the heating on all day – you’re winterist!
    No, a winterphobe! No…oh have a good weekend.

  2. Goblin > How are you supposed to take a picture without light?

    Pamela > I can safely say that’s the first time I’ve been accused of having an unlawful crustacean in my garden.

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