A familiar show

Un spectacle familier.

 A familiar show .

English version above the picture 

In the past I already posted a picture of me mowing the lawn behind the house . But this one has been taken some days ago by Janine through the  window while I was going back and forth behind the lawn mower .

The light of the flash created an artefact. It looks like a light ray of fog coming from me, on the first picture .
On the second picture I have the impression to disappear in it!  All of this can receive various interpretations that you can write in your comment
But do not forget this is artificial due to a flash effect on the glass of the windows.

At the opposite what is true is I needed a day after that to recover. J


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Entering the light ray of mist         Entrant dans le rayon de brume de lumière

Dans le passé, j’ai déjà posté une photo de moi tondant la pelouse derrière la maison. Mais celle-ci a été prise il y a quelques jours  par Janine à travers la fenêtre pendant que j’allais et venais derrière la tondeuse à gazon.

La lumière du flash a créé un artefact: Il ressemble à un rayon de brume lumineuse  venant de moi, sur la première photo.

Sur la deuxième photo j’ai l’impression de disparaître dedans! Tout cela peut recevoir diverses interprétations que vous ne manquerez pas de faire dans votre commentaire
Mais n’oubliez pas que c’est artificiel en raison d’un effet de flash sur le verre des fenêtres.

À l’opposé, ce qui est vrai est que j’ai eu besoin d’un jour complet  pour récupérer .

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50 Responses to A familiar show

  1. Heartafire says:

    Beautiful And fascinating photo! Lovely yard Michel! That’s wonderful excercise but I certainly hope you are drinking lots of water! Sending love and best wishes 🙂 ❤

  2. Yvonne says:

    Please do as my son has, buy an alpaca to eat the grass! ❤

  3. cocosangel says:

    Reminded me of the Lord. The first one shows, he is following your every step watching over you and the second one, shows him behind you. 🙂

  4. It does appear supernatural Michel. Peace to you and your family.

  5. mlbncsga says:

    Mornin Glorie…it looks like a mystical fog is following you! Now, what is the shrub with the beautiful yellow flowers? They look like roses but surely it’s too early for them! ilym

  6. blb1 says:

    Second picture it looks like a ghost is moving about you. Past owner of house? lol

  7. whyzat says:

    It looks as though you are being “beamed up”. Did you travel in time? LOL

  8. Beautiful photos!
    You and Your Hat are having adventures again…this time mysterious and mystical adventures! 😉 😀
    Yes, you are doing hard work, Michel! Hope you rested afterwards!
    HUGS!!! 🙂

  9. puffpop says:

    Very interesting. Creative and clever. Still working hard in the yard. That’s what keeps you so young.”

    Love,
    votre amie,
    Francoise

  10. Peggy says:

    Lawn mowing is some of the best exercise ever!

  11. mimiwi2013 says:

    The second looks like faint smoke coming from your lawn mower. But the first looks like you have an aura around you. I take pictures like this at times from the window, and get odd reflections. But usually delete them from the camera, since they aren’t as interesting as these Janine took!! Walking is good exercise as we age, and mowing the lawn is a good way to do that—-and you have something to hang onto!! ❤

    • I like this comment Nancy ; this says better than I would be able to say what I think about the photos with unexpected reflections and the workout for me the mowing was . But it was hard after

  12. I love how the photos came out. You look very ‘spiritual’.

  13. Interesting effect with light and you mowing your lawn. Great exercise, the walking, but drinking lots of water and a rest is good too. Janine takes wonderful photos. Mystical photos for sure.

  14. Carole says:

    Ça fait un super effet ,on dirait les photos de David haminton.je ne sais plus si ça s écrit comme ça. Il faut dire que c est la personne qui fait le charme de cette photo.En tout cas on profite des beaux jours .Thierry a tondu la pelouse hier avec sa super tondeuse et revit dans le jardin …on pense bien à vous on vous embrasse bien fort Carole

  15. It makes the photos look ‘vintage’ – from a by-gone era. I hope you don’t overdo things, Michel. Always take care. Hugs to you and Janine 🙂

  16. iampeacenow says:

    Lovely yard! Now I know how people make the trick photography claiming they have captured a ghost with the camera! Wonderful photos showing you hard at work 😊.
    Peace and love to you,
    Jane

  17. Cheri Herald says:

    Leave it to you to mow the lawn in a vest and jacket. 🙂 Very dapper.

  18. KB says:

    You have an aura as you trim the lawn!

  19. L. Gail says:

    Michel from the abyss, Michel, into the abyss. Mowing all the while. 🙂

  20. neilc693 says:

    That reminds me, there was once a cheap, low-quality camera that was made in Japan. This was before Japanese consumer products were known for excellence, and cameras of course all used film then. This one was basically a toy, and in particular, the flimsy plastic case leaked light, so the pictures were always distorted. But for that very reason it was sought out by professional photographers, who prized the unusual (and unpredictable) effects in the images. Not all blemishes are bad things!

    • ….and sometimes those blemishes are source of scientist discoveries !
      This makes me thinkof an old French adage that says” the best soups are made in the oldest pans.” 🙂

  21. mcbery says:

    Wow, mowing lawn already! I guess it is that time again. I love the smell of newly mowed grass. To some it is a sneezy smell. 🙂 Getting outside in the sunshine is good too. You look like it might be a little bit of fun? Blessings!

  22. AM says:

    Nous Sommes Lumière, donc c’est naturel 🙂
    Amitiés, AM

    Bravos pour les soins donnés au jardin. Une belle nouvelle saison renaît avec le printemps!

  23. You look like a scholar.

  24. Louisa W. says:

    The artifact in the photos make it look as if these pictures were taken 100 years ago 🙂 Very nice photo that Janine took. I love them! And by the way, you were well-dressed for the hard task at hand! Hope you have recovered from the fatigue now.

  25. julie essex says:

    What a great effect on the photographs. The weather has really gone into spring mode now so you will be busy but take care of yourself

  26. It looks like you are traveling through time.

  27. I was tired after that ! 🙂

  28. Angela Im says:

    Always fun to read your blogs! Was it from her phone’s camera? I’m so glad to always read how you are so active and healthy working in your yard and gardens!!😄👍 happy to hear that – staying active always! Much love to u!!! 😘

  29. Thank you Angela but the truth is I have to slow down ! 🙂

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