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Project Went in the Toilet

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Well, my project for my photography club this month is "Everyday Object from a Different Perspective" My project went in the toilet.

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Very creative mind you have there. I think that ought to win the prize! Thanks for sharing././Jimbo

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Aww poor ducky! but really funny.

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Homemakers the world over are contemplating purchasing photoshop now so they can clone out all the dirt in their houses.

Virtual cleaning, as it were. gringrin

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I would have liked to see him swirling around from a flushing motion!! gringrin Of course you might need an assistant to catch that little guy before he goes.....and you don't want that to happen. Don't ask how I know that smile

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Thanks Everyone. I really wanted to get a shot of him doing a log roll but he wouldn't stay on long enough. grin I had to take this shot at work since I have a 1978 yellow toilet at my house. People think I'm a little on the odd side now. Well, they did before too but now they have a reason too. I thought about getting him swirling too but I thought that might get me in trouble if I got a rubber ducky wedged in the work toilet. grin

It was a fun project. I got some shots of a toothbrush in the toilet too but I had to delete them before my wife saw that I used her toothbrush.

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I got some shots of a toothbrush in the toilet too but I had to delete them before my wife saw that I used her toothbrush.

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Very cute shot... I wonder if it would have been any better if the water had any blue to it.

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Now that's the kinda funny I like to see!!

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Cool shot. I like Deitz idea, a little blue water I think would be neat.

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Great idea on the blue water!

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