Kazza inspired me for today’s post. My camera is focused on the lights on my Christmas tree.
The above image was created by wrapping the camera in it’s cord. When I let go of the camera it spun to the end of the cord and then bounced. (It’s a short, wrist-cord so not long enough that the drop could damage the camera.)
I had the camera on a hand-held tripod and then spun the camera to tighten it to the tripod. I must have jerked my hand a bit creating the “boxes.”
Here I simply flipped and spun the camera through the air. I caught it before it got anywhere near the ground.
No cameras were hurt in the productions of these images. There are more at my Flickr account.
(Sadly I recently dropped my camera on the garage floor and jarred the eye-view finder loose. This was not done while attempting a picture, it just fell out of my hand and splat. Bother!!!! It probably costs as much to fix it as to get a new camera. Right now the camera is “repaired” with tape.)