A snowbird shows photos from southwest Florida and southern New England and other places he goes.
Aren't you a sneaky devil? ;-)
I knew that years back you'd walk a mile for a camel, but this is ridiculous! Nice sneaky shot, tho!
Fascinating exhibition! I also love the painting on the background!Léia
Glad to see that you took this shot. Always hate it when you "can't" photograph in places.
I often wonder how you pull this off because your camera certainly is too large to hide. Do you just look innocent?
Wonderful! I have always liked camels.
Ah! Another tip! I have some shots that I've taken in places that'bpinp' I can't show, now I know how to do it :) Love anything Egypt!
Oh, you sneaky guy!! And I'm so glad that you are -- I have to repeat what Lowell has written!!! I love the camel! Wonderful capture as always. Do try to behave today and mind the rules -- on second thought, keep doing what you're doing, I love it!! Just don't get caught!!
I'm betting that I would enjoy this show very much.
Good one, Jack!
Nice shot Jack! I'm glad you are sneaky.
Ooooh, I'm not sure I'd dare do that but then I'm a sissy.Not my cuppa tea but still a nice bronze.
Jack, the only question here is, do you want to take one lump or two? Dromedary or bactrian? Nice camel photo. Keep up the good work.
Shouda save this one for Wednesday. HUMP day!
You rebel you. How would have guessed. I like the painting behind the camel.
Very sneaky, Jack!
I love a good photo-sneak. Won't tell anyone.Damn thing is you can't do this with a DSLR because of the shutter noise.
Sneak photography, ha! Love it. I'm liking that camel, legal or no.
I heard today that some restaurants are trying to ban people photographing their meals. Seems a bit unfair - after all you have bought the thing so it's yours to do what you like with.
I like the similarity between the camel and the picture, Jack, well done!
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