Weekly Photo Challenge: Layers


When I read this week’s challenge was layers my brain went straight to the scene in Shrek when Shrek is trying to explain to Donkey that Ogres are like onions ‘they have layers’

Which got me thinking, I have layers and some so covered up hardly anyone has ever seen them.

So do I do a self-portrait or a photo of onions hmmmmmmm I tried to take a self-portrait, but I hated every photo I took, so I gave up and went into my pantry and found some onions.

26 Comments on “Weekly Photo Challenge: Layers

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    • Haha yes yes he has, I’m glad I’m not the only one who’s mind went there lol 🙂

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