Friday, June 8, 2007

POTD

I debated using this item for last week's challenge, but I figured it would work this week too. After all, I use this item habitually. It fits, right? Ok, I'm stretching. Finding 'habits' to photograph is hard. Anyone know what it is? I know you're dying to find out. By the way, what do you think of the b&w conversion? Yay or nay? I can't decide if I like it.
BAG BALM! It's a miracle worker. It kind of reminds me of Vaseline but it's so much better. I get really dry lips and this is the only thing that cures them. Better yet, it's versatile. You can use it on your heels when your feet are dry, elbows... we put it on the pads of our dog's feet when they get dry and cracked. The photo is of the motherload 10 oz tin, but I also have an itty bitty 1 oz tin, convenient for my purse. Can you tell by now that I like the angle shot? I'm sure I'm overusing it. I really need to come up with some more creative compositions.

Here's the weird part. It's not made for dry lips, feet, or elbows. It's made for udders!!! They use it on dairy cows after milking. Here's a closer shot of their logo. Hey, whatever works...


6 comments:

Tera said...

I like the first pic, very cool. And great way to make it interesting. Sounds great, I need it for my feet. LOL!!

debra roller photography said...

oh that is too funny....but hey, whatever works for what you need, but all means try it....i do like your angles though.. if you come up with any new one's let me know. i kind of do the same thing sometimes.....

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Sue said...

Cool b/w conversion. Bwhahahahah on that last picture with their logo. Looks like a dental x-ray :)

Trisha said...

LoL hey! Sometimes animal products are the best! I've heard that Mane & Tail (horse) shampoo is the greatest to make hair soft and shiny...I haven't used it, but wouldn't be above using it! And by the way...I like the angle shots too!