You know, the big Thanksgiving pictures where Uncle Ed spends an eternity behind the camera trying to program the timer while 72 family members (70 of them all under the age of 9) are all gathered in a pyramid formation eagerly anticipating UE to come running back to the huddle and jump in to the hole left for him. And one of two things happen, either the camera goes off mid jump and everyone has their eyes on Ed when the camera clicks, OR everyone is frozen in time f.o.r.e.v.e.r. and smiles fade and people start talking about malfunctioning cameras just as the flash and click go off.
So yes, they do make for some pretty funny pictures.
My friend Christa said she does not like pictures obviously taken by the camerawoman herself. Of herself. You know, so that you can usually see the photographers arm in the picture as she takes her own picture, or you can see up her nose and the left half of her face is usually missing.
So yes, they do make for some pretty awful pictures.
However, I am famous for taking my own picture. No wait. I'm famous for taking my picture WITH someone else. No wait. I'm not famous. But I do take pictures of myself with my friends.
Here are some pictures we took at the CSA farm this week.
Tiffany is also going to post about the farm and didn't want to have twin blogs, so you'll have to check hers out for the group picture as it was on her camera. Here are some pictures from my camera of a couple self-took friend pictures, some pictures of donkeys, children, and the farm.Tiffany, Sarah, me and my arm
Our daughters, Elisabeth, Hannah and Amy
My daughter Amy and her twin sister Elisabeth
And an AbFab farm shot. They sell to Farmer's Markets here in the local area and offer produce boxes for pick-up.
Fun day! Fun Friends! Fun Farm! Fun Photos!