Friday, January 14, 2011

MCP Project 52: Week 2


I'm participating in MCP Actions Project 52, where you post one photo for each week of the year, with each week having a theme. This week's them was to illustrate a song using a photograph. Not being very original, I chose "The llama song".

I can't actually use any of the Photoshop actions, as my version of Elements is very old, but that doesn't matter. The project is open to anybody, and you can join in at any time. I missed the first week.

Also, could someone please tell the llamas that the shortest distance between two points is a straight line? They created this path, and unless I want to wade through 3 feet of snow, I use it to carry the water to them. Grr!

7 comments:

Rachael Herron said...

I love this. And I love the look of the crown on his/her head!

Joyce said...

Gorgeous photo, Looks damn cold. I shall be following your project with interest.

Lona said...

Llamas are free spirits. There's no reasoning with them. Great photo!

Northmoon said...

I had to laugh at the llama's path!! They have an artistic side.

Anonymous said...

Llamas have a keen sense of feng shui.

Eyes to See said...

I am glad you posted a llama for us! Been wanting to see one again! It is odd and interesting that they don't make a beeline path. I got a kick out of a post on Chickens in the Road where she showed how her goats, sheep, chickens and ducks all followed the exact same paths in her menagerie yard; all of those paths were straight. Is there a rock or a reason for the llama departing from a straight tangent? If not, they must be strange creatures indeed! Tell us more!

ellen said...

That's a beautiful picture!