Discussion in 'Photo Themes' started by SquarePeg, Jun 8, 2018.
Yes, the lowly coot.
I've pressed flowers and made a few projects. But, this is a first for a whole bouquet. Maybe I will keep it until I get a fresh one.
Today at the Hirshhorn here in Washington D.C..
This necktie hung in the studio, where the restorers work, of a museum.
The joke is in the text on the board, translated it says: "hang this rope back after use, please"
So, you can hang yourself, as long as you put back the noose afterwards!
This is truly an oddity for around here, but a neat oddity to see - a bull elk! Indicative of how odd a sighting this is, I was coming home this evening from town and my son said, "why did someone put an elk silhouette in that field?" Right then the 'silhouette' moved.
For me this is nothing more than a tree stump that "thinks" it's a dog.
But, it turns out to be real art! I think it's odd and if you look closely you will see that this dog has also lost his tail. It's still just a monster.
Miró in Nature
These are from this week's F2 tornado in Wilkes-Barre, Pa. This is just what I could photograph from across the street in a mall parking lot. It shows a very small portion of the destruction caused. The oddity is the fireworks tent that was still standing and unharmed at all right next to one of these buildings.
1 UHaul Rentals
2 Sprint and Furniture Building
3 Fireworks Tent
ME: On the porch where Mrs. Peeb and I drink coffee every morning, I looked up this week and found that we had a squatter! That's odd....
BIRD: On my porch this morning where I tend my eggs, I looked down this week and found that we had human squatters! That's odd...
Step away from my porch, human by Peeb-OK, on Flickr
That's odd- the humans usually get the flotation devices out of my way before my swim.
Miss Riley in the Pool by Peeb-OK, on Flickr
The dead bouquet is still here. I did empty the black water. This is a little mood edit. Fuji X-T2 35mm
Dead bouqet - part 2 by Cheryl, on Flickr
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