Scenes on Sunday # 14

This Sunday there’s some pictures of a bear.  Just a few from my friend Marmaduke’s personal library. What in the world is a bear doing with a camera?  Everyone likes teddy bears, it’s just that as we get older we forget to look at them as people too.  So, why shouldn’t Marmaduke borrow my camera from time to time?

By the way, most women think it’s cute that a grown man still has a teddy bear.  A really cool guy should not be afraid to show his softer, quirkier side from time to time.

All these shots were taken with a compact LUMIX Panasonic DMC-AS3 camera, using the built-in timer.  This camera is so lightweight, small, and smart that even a little teddy bear can manage it.

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liebster-12All these self-shot pictures were taken by,

my very good friend Marmaduke.

jackcollier 7@talktalk.net

7 responses

  1. Maybe we should see marmaduke hidden pictures with his little black book? Things that bear shouldn’t get up to also?

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  2. I laughed so hard it was almost unbearable! Thanks for sharing!

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  3. Bear in action.. so cute

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  4. VictoryInTrouble | Reply

    That is just adorable! Made me smile, thank you. 🙂

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  5. Jack, I love that teddy bear. He gets up to all sorts of fun. Hope you’ll have a pleasant Sunday.

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    1. Marmaduke says thank you. ❤ ❤ ❤

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