Wednesday, 24 March 2010

Sew quick

Well I didn't think the page protector page would happen quite so quickly, but here it is! I do have to say that in finding somewhere to photograph this page I have gone into unchartered and unauthorised territory. Guitarland. My husband and son both play guitar. Both love guitar music. Both love buying guitars. Which is why a household of two guitar players has five guitars in it. So when I decided to use guitars as my theme, I came across a cunning plan to photograph my page leaning up against the fret board of a guitar. Which meant touching and moving one of the sacred items into a better light. But I think I've got away with it, don't tell on me will you?
Back in 2007 there was an outside exhibition of guitar sculptures right outside my husband's office. Famous musicians had designed and signed large guitars for auction and they were on display right by Tower Bridge. Ever the keen Rod Stewart fan, my husband had to have his picture taken by that one (compare it to Rod posing with it himself on this webpage, you have to scroll down a bit!). My friend and I chose Marc Bolan for ours (his wasn't signed - for obvious reasons!)

7 comments:

Denise said...

Blimey you are brave not only touching but moving one of the sacred items. You'll have to make sure he doesn't see this post.;-) Five.... five.??!!

Scrappi Sandi said...

I loved this when I saw it in the forum...I found this challenge really tough, but you nailed it!!

Sian said...

Brilliant! And Brave! But I won't tell..

humel said...

lol! Great layout, fab use of the page protector, and I admire your cheek and bravery ;-)

Deb said...

Great layout and story, Deb. :o) My dad and both of my brothers play guitar so I grew up in a household of "Guitarland" myself. But I must say, the first thing that caught my eye with your post was the way you photographed it. Well done!

Rachel B said...

Great page Deb, I am just going to try and complete a few pages after blog-hopping!

Amy said...

I won't tell!
I have similar issues here, not regarding guitars though - remote control helicopters, he does a good enough job of crashing those himself so I don't worry too much!