Sunday, July 25, 2010


There is a lot of whimsy in this photograph my husband posted to his flickr site this morning. Some of the fun stuff you'll recognize and some may be a bit hard to make out.
I love it, alot of personal objects have been photoshopped in. If you want to guess in a comment, I'll answer the question(s).

Disclaimer: No animals were harmed in the making of this photo.


injaynesworld said...

Wow! What an awesome photograph. I love it.

DawnTreader said...

Well, I'm glad you gave away that it has been photoshopped ;) or I would really have wondered how on earth... I like it, it's a fun piece of art no matter how much was there to begin with and what has been added.

Megan said...

I only wish I could make it bigger! Who's that sitting up there?

Coffee Messiah said...

All it needs is the dogs reflection, but I haven't mastered that myself.

Will take a look at the others when time allows.


DJan said...

The joy in the dog's leap is what caught my eye. And yes I am also glad to find out it was photoshopped so I don't have to wonder what happened to Fido!

Susan said...

Very cool! I see Maggie up there on top of the window where Cole(?) is looking out.

California Girl said...

Jayne: thank you. He loves having his fun.

DT: components from many previous photos in here. He photoshopped our younger dogs' head onto the body of a leaping dog.

Megan: by sitting, do you mean the figure(s) next to the clock face? Those are my Madame Alexander dolls.

Coffee: hmmm, good point. I'll pass along to the spousal unit.

Djan: I laughed and laughed when I first saw this.

Susan: yes, my Maggie with bat ears (an old photoshopped version) and my husband's face. He took that from an old self-portrait where he appears to be dead. You are an observant girl.

Reya Mellicker said...

What a fantastic picture! The dog ... it was OK, right? Didn't jump off the bridge?

California Girl said...

Reya: Thanks for visiting. No the doggie was photoshopped. In fact, it's our dog's head on another dog's body. The other dog is in mi-leap.


by Cole Scott