This is that thing in the playground where you hang on and then slide across while keeping your feet off the ground. I am 38, so it doesn’t work for me anymore, but it seems like a cool idea.
Yeah, I’ve got nothing to go with that title. There’s just a hotel…and a pond…and a reflection of the hotel in the pond. So…do you like it?
What keeps us apart from each other? Some people think it’s 21st century technology, pushing us to distance ourselves from each other, relegated to text and Facebook and tweet our way through relationships.
Me? I think it’s doors. Just walk through. Then we can be together.
Photo Friday’s challenge this week is Crimson. I wasn’t looking to shoot this one, but I found a Cherry Coke, which I love, at a little candy story called Sticky’s in Chilliwack. It’s actually from Great Britain, because Cherry Coke is not available in Canada.
Let me just say: Hey! Coke! Bring this stuff back in Canada. And not that stupid Vanilla Coke crap either. Just the classic. Cherry Coke.
I am decidedly literal on this one. The sun was out, shockingly, as I was on my commute home and I found that shooting straight into the sun meant two things: one, if I cranked up the aperture I got this cool star shape out of the sun; and two, I couldn’t see very well for a few minutes and that meant I had to sit in the car until I could see out of both eyes.
I like the way the clouds look painted on. I’ve never shot directly into the sun, but I like the way this turned out.
What do you think?