Twirling in my nightgown in the morning light, camera in hand; I snapped the photo unintentionally.
What a fabulous shot and so full of fun and freedom. Love your painted toenails, lipstick for the toes!
Thanks so much, Patti. Since the first time I ever got a pedicure years ago, I always choose red polish, I think in rebellion to the upbringing by the nuns in a strict Catholic school. I like your thought of lipstick for the toes 🙂
Beautiful blur and just enough detail for the feet. Great capture!
very busy – active – early morning – life is beautiful!
Yes! Exactly how that morning was. Thanks, Mihran.
May I join you next time with my band!!!
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Unintentional art is sometimes the best 🙂
Thanks, Randall. Maybe meant to be, and this is the only way it’s going to happen 🙂
That is just the way I like to think about life 🙂
Nice toes. Love the effect. Sometimes mistakes are miracles.
Well thank you, badfish! I do agree that some mistakes can be miracles.
Fingers crossed…for miracles every day.
I love this-it has such energy!
Thanks! It was a particularly beautiful morning just made for twirling 🙂
Wow this is such a fabulous shot Angeline! Love it!
Thanks, Nicole. The happiness shone through I think.
awesomeness! I did the same thing while at my son’s wedding I accidentally took a pic of people dancing and it came out looking really kind of cool.
Funny how unplanned things can be good. Have you posted your photo? I’ve been so bad about visiting blogs lately, I’ll have to stop in at your place today. Thanks for your comment.
My photo is around here, somewhere, probably on my about page. I need to learn this wordpress thing. (saying this after a few years of doing wordpress. lol!)
I’ll be looking for it.
Thanks, Sue. That’s what I love about it.
What a lucky shot, it’s beautiful!
Thanks, Lisa. It was just so incredible to look at when I heard the snap of the camera.
Oh gorgeous blur! 😀
Those are some scarlet toes.
Felipe, my favorite color; though they’re pink for Easter!
When I get a photo of my feet unintentionally, it never looks as lovely as this! 🙂
Serendipity, Janet. Light and blur worked in my favor.
A beautiful abstract painting! Love it!
Thanks, Amy. I actually framed this one for my room.
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