Monday, 16 February 2009

A Branch Of The Museum

Museum

I've managed to get one of my photos displayed in a museum! What do you think?

OK, its not real but it looks good, and that couple seem to be enjoying the my snow covered branches! I wasn't feeling very inspired for a post today, then I checked out Bibi's blog and my problem was solved. She had posted a similar photo, created with the help of Dumpr, the other day and I did the very original thing - I copied her! (I'm feeling lazy today, let me off.) Anyway, that's it really apart from the branches belong to the cherry tree, in front of my flat, covered in snow last week.
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12 comments:

Virginia said...

I fell for that a while back. Marley, I do think yours would make a nice exhibit compared to some of the crap I see in real museums these days.
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Rambling Round said...

Everyone deserves and Blogger's Day Off, and yours was quite creative!

• Eliane • said...

Yeah! I am glad you got your own exhibition too! ;) Well deserved!

Babzy said...

funny and thanks for the link !

Kate said...

Very clever caption. I once did a whole series of these photos, using family as the subjects. It was a hoot, esp. since some of my more gullible friends thought we had made it big! Have fun with it!!

Tricia said...

Of course you deserve a break! We'll let ya off easy this time! hehehe That's cool that the artist photographed your tree & that it made it to a museum as art!

Tricia said...

I keep meaning to ask you about your cat - You had the blog for him a while & I was just wondering how he/she was doing. I can't even remember it's name now or if it was a he or she. My bad!

Babooshka said...

At least you post, I mean I took the whole day off. Like Bibi's it's an cool image. Yu do exhibit every day remember here to the world.

Boise Diva said...

you had me fooled - good idea

Jackie said...

That's such a cool effect! Will have to play with that sometime :)

Ken Mac said...

I agree with Babooshka...your fellow bloggers are your most appreciative audience. I must say, we do better work than some of the crap I see in NYC galleries!

Gail's Man said...

I agree Marley, it is a struggle sometimes to find something worth taking. I've been wrestling with this problem the last few weeks. But at least we had the snow for a few days.

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