Saturday, November 27, 2010

Sunday stills: Self pics

Sunday Stills, the next challenge: Self Pics
Posted in Sunday Stills Challenge of the Week, the next challenge with tags Sunday Stills on November 21, 2010 by Ed

Its that time to see the blogger behind the blog. Your pic, the only difference between this on and last years is this year someone else can take your pic but with your camera. So, smile and lets meet the blogger behind the blog, I’ll have to use a tripod or one of my Joby Gorilla Pods since I’m on the road…:-)
Hi Ed,

Another hard challenge, like all " professional" camera person, I don't go infront of the camera a lot. In fact I hardly do, so I scrap the barrel here just for you.

Helen Clark, the 37th Prime Minister of New Zealand in three successive terms from 1999 to 2008. Forbes magazine ranked her 20th most powerful woman in the world in 2006.

Helen came to our school as our MP. She was very nice and shook all our hands. She was very obliging when some of the teachers and staff wanted to have a photo taken with her.I joked with my siblings that I wasn't going to wash my hand.

I should have worn a red shirt as red is Labour Party's colour.

After hours of jungle walk, we were sweaty and not particularly wish to be infront of the camera.
I visited my Australian friend Diane in Australia and met her daughter in law.

Believe you me, I wish it was me standing next to this handsome Aussie hunk, instead of my son. I might have just gone waltzing matilda with him. LOL


Ginny said...

I'm glad that I waltzed into your blog today! You and Helen are beautiful in your pink and green! It is so nice when we finally get to see up close and good pictures of what our blog friends look like! You are very photogenic and I do wish I was as thin and pretty as you are!

wenn said...

u look great!

Sarawakiana@2 said...

Lovely photos!
Always good to meet dynamic and charismatic women.

Ah Ngao said...

wow..! you really looked very young for your age

Kay said...

I'm just wandering through your blog, Ann. This is so much fun. We were in NZ a few years ago and LOVED it! You're so lucky to live there.

I love the photo of you with the Prime Minister.