You definitely get the gold star for most creative and imaginative interpretation! Great style - as always.
Simply fabulous. You have some wonderful shots here. Your self portraits are lovely - such variety of emotions in them that interpret the song.
Perfect and gorgeous photos for this song, Susan!
ooohhh i do LOVE this!! so often we forget to photograph ourselves, you did that often and beautifully!!i LOVED the sun on your face!!ps...whenever i come here, i wonder about the meaning behind the title of your blog. i have a curious mind ;)
A wonderful portrait! And a great interpretation of the song...
Great series of selfies! Love the variety and I really identify with the bath tub one. That's my nightly ritual.
These are wonderful, Susan!I especially love the 8th one.Just perfect.Have a great week!
You are so good a self portraits! You photograph well and you're so creative with your poses!
You have such a great imagination, your selfies inspire me.
Aren't we all works-in-progress? I love how you have interpreted the prompt - and your selfies are so inspirational. I keep circling around doing this as a project but can't see to move forward and actually DO it. But you may provide the final impetus to get off my arse and give it a try.
You are a BRILLIANT "work in progress" my friend! Love these series of self portraits...your eyes always make me wonder what is spinning in your brain! I KNOW it's something interesting. Thanks for joining in at Song-ography
So many wonderful Selfie shots. Hats off to you my friend. Well done.Hugs~
Lovely and truly a glimpse into you.
Great shots Susan, love the shadow and the range of selfies. These are something I need to work on. Still not entirely comfortable in front of the lens.
LOVE the top shot!!! and the shot of the wheat chaff!!!an interesting and very descriptive collection... complex!!!
Happy 2014, Susan!And give ma hugs to de cat!
What a great series of shots. I like what you said about being a work in progress. Also your kitty is very sweet.
These are really fun to see! yes, I am a work in progress too, but I still resist taking photos of the progress! happy New Year to you!
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