Our Lives in Stasis

Archive for April, 2012


Niiiiccccccceeeeee!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

The Boredom Blog

Photography has been a little slow lately, largely due to the layup post surgery. Here are a few shots of little things close.

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POD: On the side


My little man being funny lol.  Kids are great practice for messin’ around that’s for sure.  Get ready for next month’s competition!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!


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POD: Just a drop


Jamie K shows us some fun with some high speed ink.  Great color choice with the food coloring, very stark contrasting between that and the light box.  Sweet!


New April Entry! POD:: Alfie


S. Harmon just submitted her 3rd and final entry for April!  I’m sorry but I seem to always re post past favs of mine, this is one is no exception.  I hope everyone has a good weekend!



Sweet pseudo-macro catch!

Mattie Bryant Photography

Leaf footed bug babies run from my camera lens to the end of a leaf.  The closer I got to them the more they scattered. They reminded of a pirate walking the plank. They look kinda funny all lined up with no place to go, so they just stopped and posed for the camera.

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New April Entry!


J. Bray just submitted a shot!  Swing in to April’s mcs page for a look!



I love the concept of this blog and content!

Mimo Khair Photography

For ‘les enfants de la rue’, the children of the street in Kinshasa, a bit of ground in an enclosed secure place can make a world of difference where their safety is concerned. These children roam the streets by night in search of food, opportunity and means and ways. During the day, a center like this one (Cajed), is a place for them to be with people who care for a few hours. The can, eat, have lessons, play and most importantly rest. These 2 children were fast asleep during the whole of my visit and despite other children playing and running and jumping all around them.

I am quite behind in these Congo posts for April, because it gets more and more difficult each day to go relive this experience through the thousands of photos captured there. Each photograph forces me to relive the moments with all the emotions…

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POD: My palm


Shelleydlm giving you some palm.  Pefect set up for a black and white shot imo.


POD: Unconditional


Andy Buckner brings us a sight that I’m sure every one has seen – unconditional love between an owner and pet.  A fitting POD for the month imo!  Great work Andy!