Today I am combining two posts from August 2012. They are both from when the boys went out wearing their camera and is called
Mum charged our camera up for us because we haven't taken any photos for quite some time. She has got it set to take a photo every minute and it will take 40 photos, so we wear it for 20 minutes each. If she gets 10 reasonable photos out of the set, she tells us we have done very well.
Part 1, Flynn
Flynn: It was my turn first so I took a photo on the path on the way down to the fields.
That is dad's roller by the gate for making the field go flat.
Huh! Trust Eric to walk in front of me!
Here is some nice tasty grass. It is good if you want to yak.
This is the horse poop heap. It is all the fresh poop that is picked up from the fields and is very stinky! The poop heap you saw us by the other day is the winter poop heap and has bedding with it and is not stinky.
There is Snowdon the horse and he is under our favourite climbing tree.
Mum told Eric it is his turn to wear the camera now so he said he would have a quick bath first.
He will show you his photos later in the week.
Part 2, Eric
Eric: Do you remember in Flynn's last photo that it was a back view of me sat here having a wash? Well you can't see me now because I am wearing the camera.
I took a photo of Snowdon, but he must have been sneaky and jumped sideways so I almost missed him.
Here is some more nommy grass, but mine is better than Flynn's because it has clover in it.
Dad has been replacing the garage roof so I went and checked the old roofing sheets.
Then we went back in the garden and I took a photo of Flynn. I could do with a zoom lens really, but mum said it would be too heavy for me. Those are my whiskers hanging down in the top right.
Then I took a photo of one of our nip plants. It came out blurry but nip does that to you.
This is one of our outdoor drinking bowls with rainwater in it. It has got some dead grass in it too from when dad cut the lawn, but that gives it extra flavour.
I saw Flynn had gone in his plant pot in the greenhouse and wanted to take another photo of him, but he was too busy bathing to look up. I hope you have enjoyed our photos from our viewpoint.
I am joining Athena the Cat Goddess for Caturday Art.
I started with Flow at 50%, then added Landscape at 35% and finished with Frost at 20%.
I am also joining Sandee at Comedy Plus for the Feline Friday blog hop.