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One of the last fotos to appear on PDP with Petrea's old Mt. Olympus camera.
"Well, I know Obama is good but to rub also Jesus place on the nativity is too much!"PS:Jesus from the presepe (or nativity)!!! Millions of souvenirs in my mind.
He looks for lawn.
Baby Jesus fell out of the tree.
I love your Zen Monday game... Stolen Childhood
This one is just surreal, even for Zen Monday!
Gulliver woke to the growl of passing tires and swore off Brobdingnagian beer forever.brathel
Unfortunately, this is how he's treated 364 days out of each year. :(Straaaaange picture, this one. I like odd finds with such symbolism.
. . . and down will come baby, nativity and all.
"When the bough breaksThe cradle will fallAnd down will come babyCradle and all..."
Doh! Susan and I were on the same page...
Drunk as a lord.
"...and down will come baby, cradle and all."
I wasn't expecting to see that. It's rather sad.
Tuck and roll.Sometimes when you want to pray, all you need to do is roll out of bed
It wasn't until they stopped for coffee in Rancho Cucamonga that Mary realized, to her horror, she'd accidentally thrown the baby out with the bathwater.
The point of child seat is to put it inside the car. Not on top of it.
A treasured doll unknowingly left behind while running for the metro bus...
This has given me an idea for the subject of your 1st PDP pic with the new Canon.
Is this how roadside preachers are born?
"Holy dirt nappys"PS. Thanks for the delivery of the fabulous tee shirt contest prize. I love it.
Someone lost their religion?
Another fabulous Zen Monday, thank you very much. Everything from symbolism to puns!I love finding stuff like this. I'm aware of the many different ways people might see a photo like this one. I just can't believe it when I see something like this by the sidewalk. It's like the citizens of Pasadena are conspiring to set up Zen Monday shots for me.I think of this one as a strange sort of negligence; imagine arriving home with your creche (in August, mind you) and wondering where you've left the most important part of it.
By the way, Cafe, give me a few days. I still have a bunch of shots from the Olympus that I want to post. I just got the Canon today and I'm in love!
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