NIKON D70 - 1/2500 sec, f2.8 at 50mm
Last night while wandering through the living room on my way to my office with my huge bowl of ice cream there was a Flixonase ad on TV. I paused to watch it. Have you seen it? It's the one where an animated chick wanders around with a huge head and enormous nose all red and miserable looking because of a dose of hay fever. Then she gets a couple of hits of Flixonase, and her head and nose shrink to normal size and she even goes on to smell a flower. Flixonase is wonderful stuff.
The really cool thing though is the pleasant jiggle her boobs have when she walks once her head shrinks. It's as though the Flixonase has made her boobs feel better too and they jiggle happily in appreciation. And they are well perky too. They even have a nice gravity and physics defying bounce when she leans down to smell the flowers. Who ever animated it, and it would have to be a guy, is a bloody marvel.
Believe me when I tell you that I'm switching from Beconase to Flixonase this summer. If nothing else but to fund their excellent advertising campaign. I encourage you to do that same thing. The marketing has worked on me! I'm sold.
Ali is doing sewing lessons this term instead of gymnastics. As soon as I got home tonight she had to show me the finger puppets she had made. I, of course, had the camera ready just for this exact situation.