Lens-Artists Challenge #69 – Seeing double.

Tina set our Seeing Double challenge this week where she asked us to photograph our subjects in twos. Here is my contribution.

Two heads are better than one. I couldn’t resist this pair of Canadian Mountie moose guards at a store entrance.

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‘It takes two, baby.’ These wood ducks were obviously a couple, even at the end of summer.

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Mirror image, reflections of me. I can’t help but marvel at the skill and artistry of the carvers who spend many, many hours creating totem poles that tell the stories of their past.

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Detail of a totem pole, Ketchikan, Alaska.

Double, double, toil and trouble. Our two hens do most things together, including getting into mischief in the garden.

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Yes! I’m talking about you, madam.

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The two of us. I searched through my archives to find my favourite kereru photograph, these two fluffed up and snuggling up on a cold morning outside my office window.

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Kereru, New Zealand wood pigeon.

 

 

 

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