This photo was taken on February 6, 2016 at 1:28 PM.
The location was two blocks away on the same street as my house, in Bethesda, Maryland.
The "Take It!" was an easy one, as the combination of the running reflection of the overhead utility wires, matched up with one from a nearby tree, stopped me in my tracks. I know it will crop down very well to get more artsy, however in this raw form - I think it looks really great.
The After Take: Has me pondering some of the lifelong thing that seems to be a part of my being. It is, when I am tired, I seem to be more able to access views of physical items as well as grab a hold of the abstract and wring out some meaning from it. I really do not get into heavy questioning of it - just acknowledge its existence.
I hope you enjoy this little quick take of temporary art on a car, and possibly use it as a spark to catch some of it yourself.
Life is ever so good.
Regards to you all,
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GeorgieProf (Friday, 26 February 2016 15:30)
Interesting to read your thoughts on how you perceive your surroundings when tired as opposed to alert. Do you feel you gain more insight or does sleep deprivation improve your imaginative characteristics?
Gabe (Friday, 26 February 2016 15:30)
It looks like the car has giant claw marks in it. Like a giant tiger took a swipe at the hood. Very cool!
Jim (Friday, 26 February 2016 15:31)
Hood art now has a whole new meaning haha.
Sally (Friday, 26 February 2016 15:32)
The light treatment is my favorite photograph where you use the car as an art canvas, but our ddaughter likes this one best.
MHampy (Friday, 26 February 2016 15:35)
Teri, George and I had a very interesting lunch today --Thursday the 25th-- discussing your musings posted alongside your picture. We are going to continue it tomorrow during lunch.