Monday, April 06, 2009

Macro Monday #5: "Bad News Travels Certified"


"Scavenger Leftovers"
Raleigh, NC - March 2009 (Click to embiggen)
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14 comments:

NovaS said...

something happened? kinda blurry but perfectly have captured the photo..



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Artist Unplugged said...

I like both these last photos but I love that arched doorway the most!

Wonder Turquette said...

Beautiful macro! I hope everything is ok for you! Have a great day!

Bryan said...

Even without the title and caption, I would feel like something not good is in that envelope. Must be that sickly yellow. Or maybe when you get particularly bad news, colors fade a bit, the world darkens, and things get blurry as you focus on something that isn't the bad news.

Ahh, I did think the arches were taken with a flash because of the differences in brightness, but I failed to realize that turning the camera would've created the angled shadows. Woops. Thanks for clearing that up.

NicoleB said...

Uh, I hope the news were not too bad!
I love getting mail, but bad news suck!

ROSIDAH said...

I hope whatever bad news in the envelope was is over now. Thank you for encouraging me on night photography. It means a lot to me, coming from you. I really admire your photos. Have a great week :).

Shadow said...

with e-mail and the internet, it's amazing the post office's still going....

June said...

Hope the bad news wasn't too bad...

margieandkath said...

i think it looks a little foreboding as well. i like the shot though and i think the blur works as well.

Me and my puppies said...

Sorry to hear you had bad news.

Sherrie said...

Hi!
Great close up. Love all the different colors on that envelope! Have a great day!!

Sherrie

Daryl said...

I hope it was too bad

lisaschaos said...

:) It does seem to now doesn't it. Boy you post a lot in a day! I can't keep up.

CameoRoze said...

I like the idea behind this photo. Makes a person really focus on small details in our everyday life.

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