The title of this blog comes from a Gaelic expression -"putting on the poor mouth"-which means to exaggerate the direness of one's situation in order to gain time or favour from creditors.
Very beautiful.Get well soon :)
It's a very lovely photo. Hope the leg is feeling better soon!
Great shot - I love the Rodin museum.Hope you are doing well soon!
Lovley shot!I would like to visit Rodin museum someday :)My post is up too!I hope you're feeling better soon :)Have a great weekend Jams!Anna
I love this shot. Great take on the theme. Happy weekend.
Morning Jams - hope you are starting to be on the mend. I feel for you!I have been to that Rodin Museum - it was one of my life's highlights, seeing The Thinker.
Great shot! Thanks for stopping by.
Poor Jams... After I had my left arm in plaster for 6 weeks myself, I went on to have the time of my life (meeting Roger Hodgson in Germany) and didn't have a clue about your suffering... Hope you'll recover fully and soon. And get rid of that extra weight!Love your hands shot, by the way! :)Take care, and happy weekend!
I love this shot and the Musée Rodin and I also lovethe works of Auguste Rodin.I hope you are doing well soon!
Thanks everyone. Sadly I have another 3 weeks of this cast and then at least two weeked before my leg is strong enough to return to work.
Is that sculpture?!! It's amazing.
Jams, I am amazed at your energy... You are in plasters yet you find the time to update your blog... :) Love this picture... Real hands would have been even more amazing I think.. Get well very soon!
excellent choice Jams, have a good week
Love your hands for this week's theme. Hope you feel better soon. Thanks for coming by..
I sure hope youre healing fast! I feel for you, with your leg in plaster. I had a shoulder surgery 2 years ago, had my arm in a brace for 5 months! Horrible! I love your shot for this weeks them! Relax and take it asy!
Wait! What? I know I've been out of the loop for awhile, but what happened? To your leg, I mean.As always, Jams, a lovely photo - nice choice to show it in black & white.Trying to reverse a personal trend, I'm "celebrating" over at my place - hope you'll stop by...
the hands that made the hands in this photo are just blessed. thanks for sharing this photo despite the bum leg =] feel better soon!
I would have never guessed where they were from, great one!
Lovely photo, and I hope the leg will be better soon.
I thought the hands were real. :)Be patient with the healing. I was bedridden for 2 months when I broken my ankle.
Sorry to hear of your leg. I hope it heals well.love your shot this weekend, though. It is truly breathtaking.
That is a wonderful photo. Glad you captured it. Hope your leg is improving.
Great picture. First I thought they were your hands but then I read they were taken at the Rodin museum in Paris. Uh? Oh well I'll have to find that out.Sorry to hear you still need the plaster for another 3 weeks. Hope you manage to fill your days. Take care and have a great weekend! If it's like here it will be a rainy one but the forecasts are good for the coming week promissing sun and higher temperatures. Yammy can hardly wait for that to come!
Rodin would be proud of you - well modelled.Hope you are noticing improvement.Have you got that Bronica running yet?
I was sure that was you. Take care cripple creek.
Just take things easy Jams....let yourself heal 100%I'll give you a hand [applause] for posting such a great photo grouping for the theme this week.
Great shot!! Take care of yourself.Cece
Haunting image! I hope you recover quickly. :)My Photo Hunt is up! I hope you get a chance to visit me, too. http://ilovenewyorktravel.net/photo-hunters-hands/Happy weekend!
Exquisite shot, really.As for your leg: I think that all things considered, you should have been allowed to post your leg instead of a hand in this case.Keep getting better.
hope u get well soon, Jams. I mean it coz after reading yr stuff for so long, it is like I know u personally
Well done, Jams. Sorry about your leg. We hope it heals quickly!
Completely different style than my terra cotta soldier hands, lol ! Beautyful !
Nice shot. Lucky you had it in your archives, eh? Take care of that leg!
that's really beautiful. it's almost real! Hope you'll get well soon.
splendid take, jams! :-) be well.
Very artistic. Nice entry
Awesome shot - love the shadowing.
Nice artisitic photo.Here's wishing you a speedy recovery.
What a gorgeous shot, Jams! Oh, how I'd love to stand in that museum and gaze upon that masterpiece with my own eyes. Someday...
PS: blessings as you recuperate!
What lifelike hands... gorgeous picture! I do hope you get to feeling a lot better soon. Thanks for stopping by!
Wow, that is some very fine art! At first, I didn't even realize they were not real hands. Sorry about your leggie!
like the angle of that shot. thanks. for the visit! :)
Fascinating! Great photo! Sorry about the leg - spent 6 weeks with casts on both legs one summer - no.fun.at.all! Thanks for the visit - always enjoy seeing my Photo Hunter friends.
Dramatically beautiful photo, and monochrome is perfect. You must be going crazy! Get well soon.
Hope it gets better....dont worry though going around photo hunt entries you need your 'hands' and not your leg...kidding! Enjoy the weekend, get better soon!
Great handsPls get rid of your plaster on your leg.I still have my right big toe like an unexplicable mystery. Everything from podagra to some evil bacterias.Four doctores has so far inspected.New test results thursday to come.
Beautiful capture of this week's theme. Thanks for visiting my photo hunt this week.
Beautiful photo. I love the Rodin museum. Sorry to hear it will be 5 more weeks, but at least your cast will be off in 3. Take care and keep your spirits up.
Cool hands!! We purrr you leg will heal quick!!Your FL furiends,and Maverick
Very nice picture! Really really nice.
Thanks everyine. Glad you like it Kay!
Very interesting sculpture. Thanks for visiting.
Beautiful shot!Thanks for visiting too.Hope the time passes quickly with your cast, we've had one removed in our house 2 weeks ago...
There's something about this... really striking and beautiful. Excellent shot.
Very beautiful shot..
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