One of my more exalted positions in life is to serve as Sue's tripod. When she needs to include herself in her own photos, well AC carries her camera (phone) and stands where she tells him to stand. He then points the camera and presses the shutter. He shows her the result, and she will tell him what to do next.
Her group prompt yesterday was to take a picture showing where her feet were at 3pm. But it also had to have something to do with her hometown.
She decided to feature Roy Brown, our WWI flying ace who is credited with shooting down the Red Baron. Roy was born here in Carleton Place, and we celebrate his accomplishment.
Sue posed in front of the Roy Brown mural while positioned strategically to hide a garbage pail behind her.
It was an option, but that is not the main reason for going downtown, and we had quite a bit of time before 3 o'clock to take many many shots with the new statue of Roy.
Now I sing this song
I'm a lowly tripod
Tall and fatI serve my lady SusanneThis is where I'm at