Monthly Theme Day – April 2015 – My camera-shy self-portrait

D7K_8487 Call me boring, call my wardrobe monotonous, but it sure as heck saves time in the mornings……

My washing line’s been mistaken on occasion for an Islamic State mobile field laundry.

That’s a worry…

By the time you read this, Mainz Daily Photo might be open for business.

From now until November

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17 Responses to Monthly Theme Day – April 2015 – My camera-shy self-portrait

  1. Heh heh! That made me smile!

  2. MegWeaves says:

    I’ve seen you in blue, too!

  3. Dina says:

    Ha, I can see your point! Nice garden, too. 🙂

  4. Virginia says:

    I think I have even seen you in a BUTTON DOWN SHIRT~

  5. Kate Mura says:

    Your cover has been blown!

  6. jb says:

    The girl’s dreamin’…..

  7. jb says:

    Well, using a very broad definition of “girl” (which allows me to include the 3 I know..”, I was referring to our Suth’n Belle…

  8. Ha! Love your sense of humour!

  9. Jim says:

    Good one.

  10. Hey, black is the dominant colour of my wardrobe. Black jeans, black T-shirts….

  11. funny … your like Johnny Cash … Eric posted a photo on FB recently praising this solar and window powered invention called a cloths line (smile).

  12. Grace says:

    Made me lol, looks very much like my clothesline NTNDP 🙂

  13. babzy says:

    funny selfie , you put a smile on my face 😉

  14. Birdman says:

    Funny post to go with the laundry. Different today.

  15. Looks like an Amish fashion statement.

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