We all end up with them.
You know, the boring photo,
the "why did I take that?" image.
Sometimes however, I take a boring shot because I know
I will want to include it in an album.
Take our hire car.
It is what it is,
but we covered over 1,000 miles of Texan roads in that vehicle.
It earned a place in the story of our holiday.
But before the image found itself on a page, it needed to be tweaked.
I simply cut in half vertically, mounted both pieces
and then put the two halves onto the page with a tiny overlap.
I then added themed paper and embellishments.
The finished page gives that boring photo a new lease of life.
I also used the same technique on a shot of the pan at Atlanta airport.
This page was actually about how I'd blagged our way into the Delta lounge,
but I didn't take any photos of the said lounge.
Do you scrap your boring photos?