Monday, June 22, 2009

Monochrome Monday #38: Just Because I Can


"Oh, yeah, he's lost it..."
Raleigh, NC - November 2008 (Click to embiggen)


I can hear the questions now. "What is that?... Is that a streetlight??... Why in the world...?" And the answer? It's in the title. I just liked the way the light hit it. There's really nothing more to it than that.Violence Unsilenced
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14 comments:

Vita Stunder said...

I love this shot Mojo!
Great light.

Of course YOU CAN ;)
And you show us too!

Hugs from me

ellievellie said...

I like it how you are able to put the spotlight on an object that we all pass daily without noticing. Very artful shot!

Anne said...

:-)) like it too...

Babooshka said...

Can It Janet! Photography once you get into it you really do view the world around it a different way. No more the mundane but the arty.

Aileni said...

Some kind of fly control device.

Dina ... UK said...

Extremily imaginative...:-)

mssnarkynicebitch said...

ya friend from lower arkansas here~~after taking a 6 month break from the internet and cell phone to complete detox me off of antidepressants

i have decided to return to blogging and have aa new anonymous blog

just got back online last week, started my new blog yesterday,and am slowly getting around to let people know i am back!

better than i have been during most of the 15 years i have been on antidepressants!

yea me

c
now ms snarky nice bitch

still debating if i will start doing hnt's again LOL what to do what to do

BJ Roan said...

Great combo—lights, darks, dead bugs sprinkled in a lovely design. Very artsy. Love it! ;)

magiceye said...

superbly composed!

Regina said...

Nice composition.

Regina, Philippines

Robin said...

I still can't quite work out how it's a streetlight but it definitely has a unique appeal. I like it.

Not as much as I'm sure I'll like the Dog Mahal, if I ever get to see it that is. Ahem.

Linnea W said...

Excellent shot. It looks like it belongs on one of the pages of Architectural Digest!

Clueless in Boston said...

Very inventive. It looks sort of futuristic to me.

Arya said...

I like it! I don't get what it is or do or anything :-) but I like it!