Sunday, 6 July 2014
Boredom does wanders!!!
It all started one normal Tuesday afternoon
when I had been left alone at home by my mom and siblings.
so what can one who has a Nikon do when they're bored on a Tuesday afternoon?
Likely, my cousins came over so I thought to myself "hey, let me
use them as my models"
And so I did
We spent that whole afternoon taking pictures of reflections and trying to
Lots of love for family
There's Two of her!!!
hard to work with
Busy arguing when they should be smiling at the camera!!!
but hey ,guess it worked for this picture.
Try to see if you look the same in your reflection when you smiling,lol
These Pictures below got to be my favourite set of reflection
Because of the sky and the trees from the neighbouring house,
the people in the pictures(AKA my cousins),
look as if they've been transported to another place
Snowing or What?
get my drift?
Since hearts are the most traditional subject matter
I've also decided to do reflections on them.
I was kind of disappointed the reflections weren't a complete replica
of the other half of the hand, but I still enjoyed taking these pictures.
I thought the fingers in this picture looked like swans
but apparently, according to my sister's friend, They look like rabbits!!!
So now the fun part of the afternoon!!
my cousins did over a hundred jumps
let me just let you know, posing in the air is one thing
But capturing the jump is another thing.
"The secret of flight is this-you have to do it
immediately before your body realises it's defying the Laws'
"OH LOOK,WE'RE FRLYING"
There goes the head
' You have to rise up high
to make the world realise
you're an entity that is not bound by any limits'
"Them haters got nothing on us"
Let today be the day you say "You know what?
You only live once."
I'm going for it!!
(even though it may look scary)
Man Over board!!
There aynt no help
It's everyman for himself1
Looks like he's on a mission
Got one of those cool pictures
Taken by moi
"Dare to dream
Dare to fly
Dare to be the ever chosen one to touch the sky..."