Thursday, February 12, 2009

Pictures from my cell phone...


36 comments:

puerileuwaite said...

Just HOW big IS your cell phone? These pix are tiny! I'm off to eBay to see if I can purchase a Microfiche viewer just to look at them!

carmen racovitza said...

hmm, the pics are too small...
martians ?? a moon and clouds??:)

carmen racovitza said...

cosmonauts?? a candle in the mist??

carmen racovitza said...

8 dwarfs and a light shade with swimmer?/

Little Lamb said...

Pug, it's not a big phone. I didn't know what size the pictures would be. This is my first time doing this.

Carmen No silly its the moon and a banner on a car that I thought was just the cutest thing.

/t. said...

hmmm,
they are
kind of small
but
pretty good for your first time

i especially like the dancing robot lambs on stage in the top picture!

¤ ¤ ¤

/t.

Little Lamb said...

Robot lambs?

Indigo said...

indigo incarnates

it's the itty bitty pictures. so itty... so bitty...

hee hee hee :)

Little Lamb said...

and...tiny. :-)

foam said...

i didn't know you lived in such an itty bitty world ..

Little Lamb said...

An itty bitty world?

foam said...

teensy tiny ..

Little Lamb said...

What kind of world do you expect a little lamb to live it?

/t. said...

it's
a small
world, LL

<3

Little Lamb said...

Yes, it is, /t.

foam said...

..an itty bitty world..

/t. said...

teensy
weensy, really

/t.

Little Lamb said...

With small pictures.

foam said...

..and small lambs..

Little Lamb said...

...that are cute. :-)

carmen racovitza said...

...and ..such a weeny tweeny, minute world you are living in, LL...and so puny little moony robotoony worldlet you breathe in, LL...

Skunkfeathers said...

Actually, I deem this development as ominous. First, your cell phone is recording tiny dancing lambs as they are convinced that the BBQ in the corner is really nothing more than an artistic expression of /t.'s ample creative skills...then, the cell phone's programming is hacked, and it begina a campaign of covert spying on LL, remotely wiring all photos to /t. Central BBQ Command.

I'm tellin' ya, LL...check closely the menu on your phone, for subtle alterations and dining changes...

carmen racovitza said...

..you sweet, minute lambicule...

carmen racovitza said...

..teeny-tiny...weeny,weeny, i may say...

carmen racovitza said...

microscopic?/

carmen racovitza said...

yes, definitely... petite

carmen racovitza said...

and skunkfeathers is right:)

keep your (camera) eye wide open

Little Lamb said...

Yes, Carmen.

Skunky, I'll have to be careful.

The Phosgene Kid said...

Nice pictures, tough on my tired old eyes, but I could tell what they were. I have a camera in my phone, but as in Phos's unwritten rules of nature, #3 is Objects designed to do many things rarely do any of them well. Some of the plastic toy cameras I enjoy using from time to time actually take better pictures than the camera in my cell phone.

Little Lamb said...

HA! These pictures are small, but they came out pretty good considering they came from a cell phone.

carmen racovitza said...

small??
miniatures...microscope slides, LL...

Little Lamb said...

Yes, Carmen, but I like them.

dianne said...

Very, very small and cute Lil Lambie, no bigger than a postage stamp...I think I would stick with your camera. ♥♥

Little Lamb said...

I'll stick to both. ♥

boneman said...

teensie weensie, itty bitty, itsie beetsie....

Oh, what the heck.

When you're poking pix onto your blog, there's a choice at the start on how you want them displayed.
I'm not entirely sure about this, but, if you pick LARGE, then it will be the largest when it's clicked on.

Then again...
and I'm enjoying it like this,
one can imagine just about anything they want looking at them.Like I see the seven dwarfs and Snow White up there on a bridge, watching the full moon.
And the dwarfs are all singing and ooooing and ahhhhing, and none of them notice that Snow White is getting hairier, and growing long, sharp teeth.

Uh-oh....

Little Lamb said...

Good point. I have mine set at medium. Good thing it wasn't set at small, eh?

Those stick people represent a family. Husband, wife, daughter,,son daughter, son, daughter, son. The last one is a baby.