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I'm in a Hair mood today. OK, OK, OK, like I know I just gave myself a buzz cut.
I dedicate this lame shot to the Hippie Chicks (see the following email)
"Subject: **Invite** to a Self-Portrait Photo Challenge!!
Happy July to all JPG Friends!
Peggy Gardner (http://jpgmag.com/people/peggygardner) and MySelf invite you to participate in a Self-Portrait Photo Challenge.
Theme: 'HIPPY CHICKS & ONE CHUMP'
(the 'chump' invited is John Linton)
Posting Date: Sunday July 12/2009
Rules: post one self-portrait image pertaining to the theme 'Hippy Chick'
Have fun-fun-creative fun with this!!!!!
See ya on Sunday July 12/2009
â™¥ Cairenn & Peggy â™¥"
Canon EOS 350D camera with a Sigma AF 18-200mm DC OS Zoom lens
iPhoto 20X30 poster crop with the definition cranked way up and a boost
PS The Beatles laminated pictures are from an old Life Magazine foldout (I used to have it hangin' on my wall in school), the tie is one I've had since the 60s, so is the necklace, and the Sgt. Pepper's patch is one I picked up around 1970.
In the 365 Days photo essay.
Also by John Linton
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