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Explore # 199
For : Themed Thursday Group
Theme: The Museum of Bad Art
Inspired from this
I'm sooo happy today.....no work....back home...it's not raining! it's all good. I'm even sort of looking forward to Christmas (no doubt this feeling will have disappeared in a few days time...lol). Treated the girls this morning and we headed into town for a cooked breakfast followed by haircuts all round! Chloe went for a complete change of style and looks gorgeous...Robyn just had a trim but looks cool (keeps swinging her hair around like a loreal advert) and I just had a trim myself...as u can see it looks a mess. I like it this way though! I was cursed with the curly hair gene at birth.
Blown out highlights, I know. I can't really blame it on my farmer's tan.
Here is Briana taking a picture of her new haircut.
Subconciously or not, the street influences our next haircut. See all pictures at www.yanidel.net/2012/01/31/dream-haircuts/
Young boy having a street haircut, much to the amusement of his friend. Not sure if he's unhappy at getting a haircut or me taking a picture. Bacolod City, Philippines.
It was haircut day and it was way overdue. I like this shot because he was pretending to be angry for the camera, but you can just see a little bit of the playful smile he was trying to hide from me.
While the shot is not bad, I really wish i had more of the mirror's frame in the picture so you could really tell he's looking at his reflection. I was just not getting the cooperation today for good shot and this was as good as i would get today...
My first haircut in 2-1/2 months; Lumix FZ35. Happy Monochrome Bokeh Thursday.
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About every month or so, I get a haircut. I do not get styled, I get an all-american ten-dollar ten-minute buzz-trimmed straight-razor finished haircut. I have been going to the same barber for about ten years. I do not have to tell what I want. I do not change styles. I have never asked for a "george clooney" or a "brad pitt" cut. I sit down, and the barber sprays my head with a mist bottle and then starts cutting. I have, and need, no input.
I rave for the local barbershop and the venue it provides for the men who come with their sons and/or fathers and who sit around and talk football or economics or local happenings, mindlessly, simply taking a few minutes out of their day, away from all the pell-mell of errands or projects and chores. I rave for the barbers who do not know your name (and you don't know theirs) and but they do remember how you like your hair and how your son likes his hair.
I rave for the moment of peace -- I actually have fallen asleep -- that comes with the monthly cut at the local barber. I have never gone to a hair stylist. My health care proxy says nothing of end-of-life decisions. I care not if the plug is pulled or heroic measures taken. But it does specify that, should I be in some vegatative state, I be carted to and hair cared for by my local barber.
*small note. This shot would have been better, I know, if there had been an old man cutting my hair. But, one of the requirements of going to a barber is that you take the open chair. You are not to have favorites -- that would count as getting styled. Today, the open chair was Yelena's. Male or Female, a barber is a barber and is not a stylist.
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The always delightful Miss Embe had her haircut today. Always nice to document a moment in time with some photos in your 365 so, er... this is exactly that.
Looking lovely as ever, I think you'll agree.
Anyway...er maybe you'd love to:
Two Bowens Gemini Pro 500's with little softboxes camera left and right, at 45 degrees, set on 3.0. Triggered by PC cord cable.