My son and I had plans to go to the park and play after dropping his sister off at school. Realized too late his jacket was missing, so I drove around the countryside instead. My three year old, I'm sure, wouldn't agree this was a fair tradeoff.
I found a few nice photo ops, but this old car in the shed was my "prize" find. I must go back as the morning sun was too strong (10:30) and I was shooting straight into it. I would love to capture this first light and sunset. The fun part is there was another old heap to the left. I kind of "salvaged" one photo by putting it into b&w. I am thinking on a poem for these images. Does anyone know what type of car this is? I just think of it as a "gangster" car...
And this is my "Ghost" image...
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The photo below was taken while on my drive as well. It is for "Patterns & Repetitions in February."
* * * * *The weekend's "Haiku Challenge" picture and word prompts are below:
|Photo courtesy of "The Haiku Challenge"|
His intimate pledge
To love, cherish and protect
Her reminder "gift"
I know that both couples pledge the same thing. I know that some women wear just a band, but this is typically the style ring a man wears, so I went with that. Women tend to want a bit "more". :)
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Sunday's Haiku Challenge is the word "Grumble"
Lonely barnyard prince
No reason to strut and preen
Grumbles for a flock