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Behind Blue Eyes

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Day 39 (404) – February 8, 2019

Eyes – Weekly Photo / Ritzy – FOWC / Baggage – RDP / Strength – WODC

Eye was pretty excited when I saw todays challenge.  Of course I have written about Anastasia’s eyes a couple of times, so how could I not feature her.  Besides, it was late when I was able to get to this, so she was the only photo I managed to get today.  So I went into my albums and pulled some fun eye shots for you to see 😛 Shooting macro wasn’t exactly one of my strengths, but I have progressively been working on it.  I love the black background in a couple of the shots.  Makes it look ritzy to something.  The only eye I didn’t include were my own.  Just didn’t think anyone would want to have to look at mine and the heavy baggage that hang below.

Look What I Found

Big Fish Out of Water

7 Replies to “Behind Blue Eyes”

  1. Such dramatic eyes this week! I love the dog image to start – the blue eyes really pop out, but the close up of the surprised eyes is so captivating! Thanks for posting in Traveling at Wits End Weekly Photo Challenge!

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    1. Thank you so much Jenn. Coming from you that means a lot. You continuously provide me with challenges that stretch my knowledge of photography and I can’t thank you enough!

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