Funny Rover Photos 2

I have decided to start a new album, for more of these Funny Rover Photos. It is titled Funny Rover Photos 2. The other album was getting too big. Depending on how many I create in the future, I will be subdividing them into albums of about 50 pictures each.
Some of these templates make a departure from earlier ones because they are made from photos downloaded from the web and worked on by me. Thus, I have more control over the funny template types. The pirate one is a picture of Mr Bean from Pirates of the Carribean 3. Please enjoy these humorous photos , as I have a good giggle making them. If you want better ones, then send me a good head shot at: and I will redo any pictures that were blurry or didn’t come out satisfactorily. If there are special ones you want, please specify in your email, to me, what you would like and I will try and create it.    Camera   Tongue out

Funny Rover Photos

As time goes by, I will be adding more photos to the FUNNY ROVER PHOTOS ALBUM. So check it out occassionally. As I acquire more interesting photo templates from Arcsoft, I will use them to produce more hilarious comic pictures. All the photos will be in the JPG format, so you do not have to have any additional software to be able to view or download them. I have also made sure the Kilobytes in each photo is sufficient if you want to enlarge them. Each photo is about at least 200 Kilobytes, or there abouts, depending on the complexity of the picture.
I am still interested in receiving old photos, especially good head pictures of Iain Butters; Sue White; Helen Chiswell; Roslyn Shoebridge; Jackie Veness; Fiona Berthoin; the Marcan creature with the glasses and Skeg boy, and anyone else. The people I have listed are the ones that I do not have very clear or close up head pictures. I need these to produce a high quality funny picture. I will redo some of the ones I have produced so far, when I get better close up pictures. Submit only JPG files with at least 100 Kilobytes or more, or don’t bother.
I also have about 15 minutes of video, with a narraative, done by me. I’m still arranging to get this out to those who are interested in seeing this old footage from the 1980’s. It is too large a file to upload via my Dial-Up connection , so I am not going to post it on the Internet. Instead, I have made a few copies on disc and people can borrow it and make copies of it on their computer.