An offering of images from Charleston, South Carolina, and travels elsewhere.
Ha! I see what you did there! Very clever series--great shots!
The googly-eyed ship monster is the friendliest. He just wants us all to get along.
Amazing; you have an eye for this kind of things, huh? Yes, I'm a dork ;-)
Great images!I learn about photography every time I come here, thank you!
Clever play on words that compliment your photos and the historic event.
Great songs, great eyes, my favorite is the perimera with that masterful play of light and shadows.
Well seen and well done!
Excellent compositions, Doug, to illustrate the idea!
i really like the stone work (along with the lichen)
As I said in yesterdays post. You have a sharp eye, Doug! Amazed by the first one and in love with the second!
What great finds! Very clever and creative post!
Three absolutely creative images around a similar theme. This is one of my favorite kinds of photography.
So creative series. Amazing eyes in the first photo. Well done!
Classique! L'homme n'arrête pas de faire des projections sur ce qui l'entoure et de voir des yeux partout! Excellente série qui dilate la pupille !Bonne semaine lumineuse!
Genuinely creative!I see, yesterday's post was a dedication to Venus.Today's for Mars.The Ides of March was once dedicated to Mars, the Roman god.I finally worked out the missing link!
Great shots Doug!
Very creative - nice! By the way, your daughter and son are beautiful, you did a nice job photographing them.
tre scatti veramente divertenti, oltre che tecnicamente validi. bellissimo il primo con il gioco delle ombre.nice shots
What a fabulous play on words, Doug. This is delightful.
wow, congrats on this ultra-cool idea and implementation! these faces / eyes are both gorgeous and hilarious! the wordplay - "ides" and "eyes" - is very funny as well! ;-))
Very well done Doug,,,M
These images are great! You are very imaginative :)
To paraphrase Obama...keep you enemies close - and your friends too!
Love the detail on the tombstone. I find myself spending more and more time in cemeteries. I guess I'm just practicing!