Population is on the rise again in Bovine County due to the FairyTale Festival. Cousin Ron hinted at possible out of this world visitors – but as I was out photographing for the PR team I was able to capture evidence of a funny little fellow named Boo! He was quick and I had to shoot fast and furious because I wanted to make sure I caught him. He moves so quickly that most people can’t see him with normal vision. I thought using the camera at a higher speed and rapid fire might capture him.
Wow was I surprised when I not only captured him in a photograph -but also in several places. I could not see him with just my eyes – but the camera has shown he was there!
Here is a time lapse of the photos – he moves quickly!
Since this method worked in proving that the wee folk do exist- I wonder if Cousin Ron or Anna Cow might use the same method to find out if there really are out of this world visitors among us?
Over at that DS106 Daily Create (TDC889) yesterday folks were prompted to:
Tell a story that is whispered in Bovine County. Make it ART.
Miss Cris Crissman / @Cris2B Twitter shared this little ditty. My Grandson Don was able to snap the pic above this morning. I’m betting that happy gnome on the log in front of my place is drinking some of that Burgeron Backwoods Brew we made a few weeks back. If Don keeps sharing it with the cows and now the Gnomes, we’re not going to have any left for the reunion party at the end of August.
There was something unusual about the garden gnome stationed near the peonies at the Burgeron family home. His eyes seemed to follow you around like those of a bad ancestral portrait. And that look on his face, well, could it be disgust? I’m definitely posting his pix on Instagram.
Whoa! How’d I trip? That was quite a wallop. If I didn’t know better I’d say that funky little fat creature didn’t like having his picture made . . .
And that’s how the rumors of the grumpy gnome at the Burgeron’s place began.
With apologies to Libba Bray, Going Bovine