Saturday, November 17, 2018

Train Rails

Hey there! Well, thing is that around August/September I had a very complicated time. I moved houses and had to spend a lot of time away of my camera and my dollies. Honestly, I missed them far more than I expected. So one day I was finally able to retrieve some of them, and brought Cookie in both of her shapes, with me.

Husband took me outside to a park to take some photos. We went on the wee hours of a Sunday (which means 8am on the morning), but soon some people started walking around. I honestly didn't care, as Cookie was so small that nobody noticed. But hubby was dying of shame so we went back home.

However I managed to grab some really cool photos! I'm thinking of making Coco a dress to take some photos of her on the train rails, actually. There is no story to this photos, so, enjoy!



The thing is, husband also gifted me a gorilla tripod (and with the phone adapter as well!) and I hadn't been able to use it for the first time! So I had the perfect excuse. And to be honest, the tripod allowed me to take some really good angles. It is 25cm tall when standing with all the legs together, and can bear up to 3kg. That is a lot for my Nikon D5100.











And this is all for today! Thank you so much for watching and reading, and hope you are having a great time. How is your dolly hobby going? I apologize if I haven't been able to read your blogs, I will try to catch up as soon as possible!

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  1. I love the photos you've taken with the aid of your gorilla tripod. I bought one of those almost a year ago and haven't used it yet. Your photos make me want to try it.

    The tracks make a good background for Cookie. They look abandoned. I hope they are, or I'd be afraid of a train coming while I was setting up!

    I hope you're enjoying your new home.

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    1. Thank you!! You definitely should try that tripod if you want it!
      The tracks are halfway abandoned, actually. But I went on an hour I knew it will not be used!

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  2. Hermosas fotos. Cookie se ve adorable sentada sobre un riel.

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  3. Muy bonitas las fotos, que pena que tuvieran que irse temprano. Yo por suerte salgo a tomar fotos con mi hermana y a ella no le da vergüenza nada jajaja. Yo me enfoco tanto en tomar la foto que me da igual lo que pase alrededor, ahí yo sigo retorciéndome en el piso xD

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    1. ¡Muchas gracias! A mi aparte de la vergüenza me da miedo que me roben. Prefiero salir rápido antes que pase algo la verdad.

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  4. These are lovely photos, the colours are so fresh and vibrant. I also have one of those Gorilla tripods but haven't used it much...I also have a regular tripod and forget to use that too! LOL
    I really like these train tracks too, they make a very interesting backdrop for your little girls photos.
    x

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    1. Thank you so much!! The train tracks were awesome indeed. I need to take more pics there!

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  5. Very interesting backdrop there Musume, never would have thought of using a railroad track myself. The photos turned out well, nice and bright, I like the one of Cookie sitting on the rail the best. I have a normal tripod that I use sometimes, but have recently ordered a gorilla tripod as they appear to be quite a handy thing to have for difficult situations.

    Big hugs,
    X

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    1. Thank you!! The railroad is almost always empty, so that was a nice idea!
      I also love the one with her sitting :3 You will never regret the gorilla tripod!

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  6. Beautiful set of photos! I really enjoyed this! And those gorilla tripods are amazing. It is a perfect tool, especially when you can choose different sizes for your own purposes.

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    1. Thank you!! Indeed, the gorilla tripods are amazing and really useful as well! I got a sturdy one that can hold up to 3kg, and I even got the phone adapter as well!

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