Sunday, September 26, 2010

Last Call For Still Lifes


Time for the final installment of "Places & Aminals" over at Shooting Suburbia. Today's post is the first one that was created with the new Blogger picture editor, which in my opinion, sucks the genitalia of whatever male animal that you can come up with.

For those of you who are, the latest installment of Creativity Inaction is now up. For those of you who aren't, you still got plenty of time to join the festivities over there. Just shoot me a short e-mail to and I'll be more than happy to add you on. Please make sure to put in the subject line who you are, because for some of you, I do not know your real name. Also as per my custom, I will not e-mail you without your permission except to thank you for joining FGS.


  1. Thanks for the tour through the park. What a hot summer it's been, bring on fall ...

  2. Joann: You're more than welcome.

    Not sure if I'm ready for the fall just yet.

  3. The ie tab to suburbia is loading as I write... my machine is way too slow today- Even Day Off isin't enough time at this rate!
    A bit too toasty here today too-

  4. I was here, but Blogger deleted!

    Haven't tried the new editor yet- TG I have good pic software...

  5. Snaggle: It was very muggy here today as well.

    Eventually I believe you will be forced to use the new picture editor feature that Blogger has because they're phasing out the old one.


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