The location was in a redeveloped location in downtown Washington DC.
The "Take It!" came from my having returned to my car after making one of my usual stops. I noticed this splotch of wetness with some run off lines and decided to see if I could make something out of it.
I can only hope you can see the substantial figure on the concrete that will never be there again in quite the same way. I have no idea of what the liquid was that was dumped or spilled in order to obtain this figure. But fun to exercise some imagination.
The After Take: To those That I shared this with, all agreed that it looked like a person bending over, tending to something on the floor.
Slowly I am building a collection of these kinds of situations and hope in time to make up an album.
Here is hoping a vision catches your eye as well.
All the best,
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Yuppie7 (Monday, 07 November 2016 20:51)
lol I can see the person bending over.
SF1967 (Monday, 07 November 2016 20:53)
I let my inner child out and tried to use my imagination. I somehow see an elephant head there too.
Sally (Monday, 07 November 2016 20:57)
Oh the things kids say. I showed this to our two youngest, our youngest said "I see the person, they have a big butt!" and our 7 year old, probably drafting off what his sister said, said "and the leaf looks like their turd!"
I still haven't stopped laughing.
Jim (Monday, 07 November 2016 20:59)
This photo indirectly brought so much laughter to our household. Thank you for that. I would've never thought those things but once the kids say it, it sticks.
Gabe (Monday, 07 November 2016 21:02)
Teri (Monday, 07 November 2016 21:03)
This was a fun one. I saw the person right away, took me a couple minutes to picture the rest.
MHampy (Monday, 07 November 2016 21:08)
There is so much negativity going on in our country and world right now. You can't turn on the TV or a computer without it being slammed right in front of your face. One of the things I genuinely enjoy about your site is I can come here and enjoy myself without having to see or think about all the negativity.