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.
Splendid photos! You're both so lucky...
Hamilton filtre, Jams, eh? :)
Hamilton Filtre Sean?
Phew, how to describe, Jams?I was refering to David Hamilton and his soft-focus effects
Ah yes, sorry I didn't get the reference initially. I do use diffuser and soft focus filters a lot either, My Tiffen filters were bloody expensive so I decided I would make sure I got my money's worth out of them That said Tim and Li are in their mid 20s not early teens!
Ha ha ha.Amongst my colleagues and me 'Hamilton effect' was a friendly humourous/an ironic comment on blurred photos / photos out of focus.Thus, I was just trying to make a joke, my friend.Not only Englishmen do sometimes have a strange sense of humour.Some Germans do have a certain talent, too.
Ah my friend of course as was my response. Shame we can't put in tone of voice without resort to bloody emoticons!
Yes. Yes. Yes. All we can do is supporting Don QuiScottie's quest(s).[noticed? No bloody emoticon!]
I like these. Candid (looking).
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