I just needed a chuckle…you will laugh too..

Browsing the internet everyday its inevitable that you will stumble across something funny…We all recieve those emails from friends and family that even if you are not in the mood they just make you smile, laugh or even breakdown in hysterics. Yesterday was a day I would rather forget. A day that would be best described as not getting dressed, not eating (well, not eating properly), and just sitting around doing nothing. I really wasn’t well at all. This morning however, I have woken with an appetite and I feel much better. So, as a cheer up I have decided to post some funnies. These are just a small collection of images that I have managed to save over time and one that I even took myself. I hope you are not too offended and find them, or some of them actually funny. Enjoy your Sunday folks.

One of my very own images that is available all over the net without credit to me, Taken in Cornwall a few years ago

One of my very own images that is available all over the net without credit to me, Taken in Cornwall a few years ago

You can leave your hat on....Woody

You can leave your hat on….Woody

Three of a kind

Three of a kind

Mini Pit-Crew

Mini Pit-Crew

Pumpkins Reunited

Pumpkins Reunited

Pets Protection League

Pets Protection League

Nemo Sushi

Nemo Sushi

Laughed my leg off

Laughed my leg off



Taking the piss...not!

Taking the piss…not!



Ive always loved this...

Ive always loved this…

Whats the crack here?

Whats the crack here?

How many dogs?

How many dogs?

I hope you laughed…please feel free to share……Enjoy your Sunday


About Mark Winterbourne

A little about me … well, what can I say. I started photography back in 1979 when I was just 11 years old. I was given a 35mm SLR Camera by my late Grandfather as a birthday present. The camera was a Russian built Zenit EM and built like a house brick. Many of my slides on here are taken with the very same camera. My passion stemmed from my Grandfathers love of photography and in particular his fondness of the English Lake District. I will showcase his work on here in the coming months, but there are over 10,000 slides and I have quite a task ahead of me scanning them in. In the late eighties and early nineties I moved on to autofocus SLR’s and began to accumulate quite a stash of equipment. In between my full time employment and sleeping I started doing small photographic assignments for freinds, family and small businesses. In the early 2000′s I started using a digital camera and traed all my traditional film cameras in for more equipment. My Camera Equipment Canon EOS 20D Body BGE2N Battery Grip Canon EOS 50D Body BGE2N Battery Grip Canon 18-55mm f3.5-5.6 EF-S Lens Canon EF 75-300mm f/4.0-5.6 III Lens Canon EF 100-400mm f/4.5-5.6 L IS USM Sigma 28-105 F2.8-4 DG Lens Sigma 50-500mm f/4.5-6.3 DG OS HSM Canon 580EX Speedlite Flashgun Canon CP-E4 Compact Battery Pack for 580EX I took an avid interest in aviation photography at the start of the 2000′s when digital cameras became more accessible. My enjoyment was taken up a level when I discovered I could mix my love of light & colour with aviation photography by taking photographs. In 1983 I suffered a head injury which was diagnosed as a brain tumour. LIfe soon returned to normal in 1984 but in the early part of 2002 things turned nasty and headaches and sickness returned. To date I dont have a surgeon willing to operate on me and struggle by day to day. You will find more about this in my blogs……. Nothing will stop my photography, not even this head injury….this blog reflects my day to day life as a person with an interest in photography….with a headache to match Hope you enjoy….please feel free to contact me, anytime

Posted on March 24, 2013, in General, Randoms and tagged , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 4 Comments.

  1. Morning Mark,pleased you feel better today,a chuckle does cheer us up So thanks for the humour.

  2. LOL Not offended at all good clean fun Mark glad your having a good day chick sending hugs …

  3. You are very welcome Jean. Thank you for laughing along with me.

  4. Thank you Merice, I am having a “better” day.. 🙂 x

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