This photo was taken on May 9, 2017 at 7:02
The location was in downtown Washington
The "Take It!" came as I was driving by a
construction site that has a building immediately next to the excavation being done. This next door neighbor had painted or coated its side wall facing the project with a light color
that just happened to lend itself to being the "canvas" for this shadow from across the street. I had to quickly take out my camera, drop the car window and take the shot - just as
the traffic light changed and cars began to move. A lucky photo for certain.
The After Take: All who looked at this one in my
camera viewing screen enjoyed it. The story of the quick take, was fun to relate.
Thanks for joining me in the fun of this game of
always being on the lookout for shareable images.
Hope you are having a great day.
PS: This is one of those times when my
imagination flares up. The thought that came to mind was how great it would be to after having painted the wall, presumably after the project building had been torn down to allow a
group of local artist to put up a mural using window washers slings on the weekends. The end result would have been fun to look at for a short while, then having been well
photographed, left, to become a part of a time capsule of sorts for who knows when would be seen again. Who knows, maybe even use mini drones with remote controlled activation
for attached spray cans. Would be limited to windless days, unless this sort of method advanced enough to take advantage of air motion (wind). Talk about call for a steady
hand, It would probably necessitate several people to operate one 'Dronecasso.'