Tuesday, 28 October 2014

Round and Round - Thematic Photography

When you are left home alone, well as alone as you can be with three pairs of 

Beady eyes
watching your every move, you just have to look (a)round to see what's going on.

There is no danger of not being able to see to shave with this illuminating array.


and should my eyes water I do not have to reach far for a tissue.


When finished I just turn round and dispose of it in a very British bin.


I must not forget to close the door to keep those nosey dogs at bay.


It's not just dogs that are nosey, someone else has their eye on me.


At least the web cam looks straight ahead.

Heads swivel if anyone approaches this jar.

Biscuits if they are good.
Meanwhile Scout just waits for someone to play, not that he will relinquish the round things in his mouth.


It's a dog's life even on a rainy Michigan day.

This wheel has seen better times,


and may be too tired to get round to visiting the links at Carmi's Thematic-photographic-314-round-and round.

11 comments:

Jo said...

Showing things in the States and naming them like an Englishman, sounds funny.

ifthethunderdontgetya™³²®© said...

Love that pic of Scout, Bob.
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Martha Jane Orlando said...

Loved the photos and the humorous touch here, Bob. Thanks for sharing!

Alexia said...

A captivating collection of round things. Love Scout and his tennis balls!

Gilly said...

Oh, I love those, Bob! Great ideas. And Scout is my favourite!

Catherine said...

It's amazing how many round things there are, if you look hard enough.

Author R. Mac Wheeler said...

ha ha

Love Scout

Gilly's Camera said...

Fab!

:)

Michèle Dextras & Jean-Claude Barre said...

A rainy day is a super day to creat a visual story and using Carmi theme "round and round" is perfect. Great story, good continuation and a great character that Scout!

Karen S. said...

Rainy day and all you looked around and found some fun photos! Sweet pups are my favorite, and is that a small wastepaper basket? All great for rainy day finds!

Max Sartin said...

Great photos, but the comments to them are the best!