OOTD Bloopers

I just thought it would be fun to share some of the pictures that don’t make the final cut. Since I use a tripod, I rely on self-timer, and sometimes I just don’t make it. Other times, the photos just don’t come out as I want them to 🙂

A Lazy Sunday OOTD

The first one is too blurry. In the second one I didn’t quite make the timed shot, and in the third one I’m in the middle of sitting down…or standing up. I’m not actually sure!

A Spring OOTD

I’m making a weird angry face in the first one, not sure why. I quite like the second one, except that my hair is in my face and it’s on an angle. In the last one, I just didn’t remember to set up a self timer so I took a photo of the fence.

A Rainy OOTD

I’m not sure what I was doing in the first picture. In the second one, I again forgot to set up the self-timer. Again, I’m not sure what was going on in the third picture.

For each OOTD post, I take around 15-20 photos. It’s not too many, but I only ever share around half. The whole process is always a lot of fun though, and I’m sure it amuses the neighbours when they see me dragging out my tripod and camera into the backyard!

As a bonus, here’s some additional  derpy photos from my time in Waiheke Island, where I shared my OOTD at my sister’s wedding. A lot more of weird faces, and bad timing 🙂

Keep an eye out for future OOTD posts! Always remember, that for every amazing photo you see out there, I’m sure there’s a derpy blooper of it somewhere.


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Ring of Fire Ukulele Cover

Yeah, so this is a big thing for me. I used to play music in front of people, back in high school, when I was the best flautist around (I was only really average). But since then, I haven’t performed anything music related to any people other than myself. I mentioned recently that I’ve been practising the ukulele. There’s a few songs that I can do pretty well now, but only one or two I feel comfortable enough to show people. Even now I’m nervous about putting myself out there, but I really do love playing this song.

It’s Ring of Fire, by Johnny Cash. I’m not really a country fan, but I like this song, and it’s one of the easier songs I’ve learnt. It only has three chords, and repeats itself quite a bit. Plus, he sings in a lower register, which lends itself better to my pitch, as I can’t sing very high (or well).

So I’ll just shush now, and let you guys watch the video. I feel proud of myself for filming and sharing this, and it’s motivating me to keep practising. It can only go up from here (I suppose).


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