....or Take Five continued.
In one of the less salubrious parts of town I spotted this torn poster. It seems to have a sense of urgency though I've no idea what the original illustration(s) were advertising.
THE SCULPTOR AND HIS WORK
Even in the most cared-for gardens the voracious snail gets to work under cover of darkness. I rather like the patterns he's created here - but then it's not my garden!
When two ages clash....St Andrew's Church stands reflected in an office building. Like an ancient disciplinarian regarding the doings of the modern age!
Wild flowers sometimes flourish in the most unexpected circumstances - like in this pile of builders' rubble - but none the less colourful for all that.
Every bad situation is a blues song waiting to happen - Amy Winehouse
A nice set. I like Poster Girl the best.ReplyDelete
Slugs, snails and hostas John, don't tell me - my garden is full of such lace.ReplyDelete
The Head of the Family photo is fabulous! Didn't we all love to do that. :)ReplyDelete
I love the little girl in pink, suspended in air. Wonderful photo.ReplyDelete
The torn poster is its own artistic expression. Print it 16x20 and sell copies!ReplyDelete
You have such an eye for the unique story, John. The poster is such a story. Wayfarin' is right--it would sell.ReplyDelete
I too like that poster. Torn in all the right places, it makes you want to study it to find clues of what it says.ReplyDelete
Love the poppies, - brave and undaunted...ReplyDelete
Great images. You have an eye for a stimulating picture.ReplyDelete
You have such an eye for seeing the world. Love the snail art.ReplyDelete
Every photo is so beautifully composed. I too love the snail's art work. Your approach to grouping and juxtaposing are great! -- barbaraReplyDelete
I like your eye, John. Poster girl is pretty special, as are the chewed leaves. I wish I had come across that skipping girl!ReplyDelete
A wonderful collection John. I enjoy your perspective on things. Each photo is a treat to look upon.ReplyDelete
A great series. Love them allReplyDelete
That first one reminded me of one that my eldest daughter has. I dates from WW2 and was used for female war-effort work propaganda.ReplyDelete
That one should be about my age. Some things change and some don't.
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What a super fantastic series of shots John. Soo curious to know that the first poster was all about :) Adore the snail sculpture.. not in MY garden :) and the unexpected poppies are a delight!ReplyDelete
That snail sure has an artistic streak ! ... and such vibrant coloured poppies. Thanks for sharing, John.ReplyDelete
Great pics! My favorite is the Poster Girl.ReplyDelete
I love that torn poster!ReplyDelete