Sunday Stills: Something bizarre

 

This is kind of bizarre! Students are students. They are young and funny and do things that sometimes looks a bit bizarre.

Here is a drawing of the moment when receiving a degree!

I think this young man really felt the drawing was on his back!

Picture drawn by using those lovely  nails.

Here is the same young man looking bizarre over his cooking.

Join us in a weekly photography challenge.

 

Sunday Stills is a place to hone your photography skills. Each Week Ed issues a new “Challenge” that gives us the opportunity to pick up what ever kind of camera we own and try and meet it. Sometimes we’ll look forward to it because it might seem fun and easy and sometimes we might have to rack our brain to get the appropriate shot to meet the assignment requirements. The purpose is to get out there and use our cameras.

Each Sunday Ed will provide us with a new challenge and maybe give some tips on getting the job done. Any one can join in, the more the merrier. After you’ve put up your Sunday Stills post on your blog send us the link to the post and we’ll put them up here so everyone can go visit your blog, check out your pictures and comment.

Sunday Stills, The Next Challenge – Something Bizarre

Maybe it’s just me, but it seems like at least once a day I see something and think “That’s bizarre.” It might be a funky fungus growing out of a tree, some crazy clouds, our dog dozing with all four feet in the air. Sometimes it’s just my husband ;-) .

This week let’s look for some bizarre things or maybe just a bizarre way of photographing something ordinary.

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14 comments on “Sunday Stills: Something bizarre

  1. Getting the degree was one crazy journey, what happens after receiving the degree is even crazier. But this is the fun and exciting turns of life and it’s full of adventures. Great post!

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