Mar 022017

Candid portraits are so much more effective than poses. Unless, I suppose, you are one of those incredibly talented photographers who are able to get the poses exactly right.

But the vast majority of us are better served taking our shots when the subject is unaware.

Even when your subject is animated.

Even when they are gnomes.

Maybe, especially when they are gnomes?

In any case. The gnomic action was so compelling, that I didn’t even notice the weirdness going on in the lower left corner until I’d already selected this shot for today’s article. What is going on down there? Let’s take a closer look:

Ewwww. Someone’s Beholderling has become coterminous with someone else’s Tressym.

A Tresserling? A Beholderym? Regardless of what you call it, I think we can all agree that it is Not Pretty.

Not pretty at all.

πŸ™‚ πŸ˜€ πŸ™‚

  2 Responses to “Gnomic Still Life, With Weirdness”

Comments (2)
  1. Not pretty, no, but…


  2. That’s what happens when ‘pets’ are slightly out-of-phase with the rest of “reality”.

What do you think?

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