Friday, December 16, 2011

FSO - Layers

A thickness of some homogeneous substance such as a stratum or a coating on a surface.  Uh huh! 





 
And now I'm sharing with you one of my all time favourite photos of myself - what I call my Bag Lady look - freezing in a Canadian fall.  Yes, it wasn't even winter and it was difficult to find enough layers to keep me warm!  Hardly My Town, but me all the same. 

 

I better get this posted before I chicken out and remove that one!  I look forward to seeing what layers the rest of the team has found here.

19 comments:

  1. From phosphates to desserts and camera in hand... nothing will stop the decked out, multi-layered digital diva from smiling.

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  2. Great photos but I stopped a couple of minute on the layered food ^_^. And love that smile too. Happy weekend!


    Layers

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  3. Excellent selection for layers.

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  4. The first four are wonderful.
    Don't be shy you look great.

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  5. Great set of photos but the second one is a real stunner which brings back very fond memories. Love the last one too - it's really typical of your pose and smile.

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  6. That's a great photo of you. It nice to see you up close and personal.
    All these photos are wonderful abut that black and white onion is awesome.

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  7. Fantastic collection and great variety and...but, heck, the best one is of course the one of you in bag-lady layers. You look so happy. And Bagman adds that your fashion sense is perfect.

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  8. Hi Pauline! As I periodically do I took a break from reading blogs and writing my own blog. Gads I wish I could stay consistent at SOMETHING! But, to come back to your wonderful photos is a joy. I love the picture of you too....you have such a warm smile.

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  9. love your assortment of layers, am hard pressed to pick a favorite - but like the tin shack on the dunes and ofcourse seeing your face for real.

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  10. Great eye! Love your layers shoot out. The pastries made me hungry, and I am traveling in the car, in the middle of nowhere right now. I could use a good cup of coffee too.

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  11. I like your Canadian photo but wonder where your gloves were? I need some now and i'm only downstairs in our computer room - time to go up and turn the heat up. Hope you have a wonderful Christmas with your family!

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  12. Great layer shots! Where was the fourth one taken? The one with the rock behind the fence?

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  13. Sheila, I couldn't work the camera with gloves, they seemed to be in my pocket more than on my hands. Until my fingers started to freeze, then I had to put the camera away.
    Southwest Arkie, that rocky outcrop is at Turiwiri, not far from where I live as the crow flies but it's a hell drive!

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  14. So glad to see you. I always enjoy your post and now I feel like I know you better. The first photos are exceptional. Merry Christmas dear sista. Welcome to the age of the aging. LOL I love it. 74 years for me.
    QMM

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  15. brrrrr: I could use those layers right now: it's chilly and damp in Oregon. And please pass the pastries.

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  16. I was just thinking 'that tiered cake plate is my favorite picture of layers' when I saw your picture of yourself. Too funny! Didn't I see you down on Government Street?!

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  17. Love that second shot, so beautiful!

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  18. Your layers of food look yummy ;)
    As for your Bag Lady look, I have to point out that's pretty much my everyday winter look, thank-you-very-much. Except I also have mittens that leave the fingertips free, for photography!!!

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  19. Nice, the first four are tremendous.

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