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January 24, 2010

24/365

This is my take it easy day.  Day devoted to religion, family, rest and recuperation.
I believe that I over did it yesterday on the rescue ride, so now I am blessed with sore muscles and a aching back.  Good thing I have lots of drugs to take care of the problem.  That would really just consists of my friend, Ibuprofen. Ü

 
Exposure: 0.013 sec (1/80)
Aperture: f/5.0
Focal Length: 85 mm
ISO Speed: 400

12 comments:

Ron a.k.a. Danudin said...

She went running for the shelter, of her "Mothers Little Helper"
Helps to make it through the night,
Helps to minumize her plight!

Doctor Please! Some more of these!
Out side the door she took four moreWhat a drag it is getting old!

Apologies to Mick Jagger and the Rolling Stones who really are old!

top5cats said...

I like this a lot, great macro and DOF. Ibuprofen is my friend too. But I know those bulls appreciated any assistance they received. Hope they are warming up some.

BobbieCoughlin said...

You've managed to create art out of medicine! I'd never have thought of using a sepia/brown tint for white pills, but it softened the glare that there would have been otherwise--clever!

BobbieCoughlin said...

You've managed to create art out of medicine! I'd never have thought of using a sepia/brown tint for white pills, but it softened the glare that there would have been otherwise--clever!

tammymcchesney said...

Now that is spectacular...the depth you created, the processing you used, wow, it all adds up to a winner of an image...Love how you made the ordinary - extra ordinary! ;)

Jen B. said...

Thanks for visiting my blog. Love your still life shots. Thanks for inspiring me today. Please feel free to visit my blog often...I need all the encouragement I can get to make it through to the end of this project!

Jen B. said...

Here's a couple of resources for you. The first is a tutorial for changing your titles to cute fonts. Here's the link: http://www.kevinandamanda.com/whatsnew/tutorials/how-to-use-a-cute-font-for-your-blogger-post-titles.html

It takes a good 30 minutes to do and you must follow every step exactly or it won't work. It's a bit technical, but do-able if you follow the instructions well.

The scribble frame was part of a blog set of frames I downloaded from this site: http://www.thealbumcafe.com/BlogIt.html

Ok, since we are sharing secrets, I want to know how you get your camera stats at the bottom of each post?

Cathy said...

great shot

Ragan said...

Hope you're feeling better today! Love the DOF and color on this one.

Greg said...

Great DOF..nicely done!

Clara said...

Great tones and fabulous DOF. The is a really wonderful photo.

klsbear said...

I really like the sepia tone and the DOF.