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Monday, June 05, 2006

Turning angle gauge


Found this while waiting to get my car inspected.
As always, click on the image to see the details...

11 comments:

Khristina said...

Lori! I just woke up...this is a deliriously beautiful image. It stimulates all the happy color cells in my brain. And it also feels galactic again. Wonderful!

P.S.
About Take Back Your Time...there's a also a great book for the movement, a collection of short essays of all (ok, many) of the ways having or not having time matters.

Thomas said...

Wow Lori! stunning shot! I like iron, especially rusty, whatever it's funny face with nice smile!

Dave MacIntyre said...

Amazing colour blend in this shot. Great eye to see and shoot this one!

ThomP said...

Is it smiling at me?? Does it want to be my friend???

Lori Witzel said...

Thanks, Khristina, for the "attagirls" -- and will check out those reads. Seems to be related in spirit at least to the Slow Food thingie.

Thomas -- glad you stopped by! Things like this, happy accidents of looking at things, make ME smile!

Dave -- I guess I just get bored easily, why else wander around asking the universe to share a surprise back behind a mechanic's shop?

ThomP -- It wants to be your friend...your very special rusty friend.

trixi said...

wow! - what lovely, delicate color on such a sturdy, functional object - nice juxtoposition! : )

Alina Chau said...

This is BEAUITFUL!! LOve the color!! YOu have a unique sensibility in your photograpy!!

lydia said...

oh, Lori! I want to use this one in a collage now. can I???? Love this shot!

neilornstein said...

Hi Lori:
If you would permit I would like to use this as well. In exchange I would send you a print of one of my pictures. Your choice.

And by the way, thanks for your kind words. What paradox in the title? If these was one it was accidental.
Neil

Lori Witzel said...

Neil -- sweeeeeeet! Will post back on your site, and will explain the paradox I saw there...

;-)

neilornstein said...

I have always seen nothing with exquisite clarity.

"Yesterday upon the stair / I met a man who wasn't there. / He wasn't there again today / I wish that man would go away." Hugh Means (1875 – 1965)