Thursday, December 18, 2008

Old man Winter portrait


Well, we have had sprinklings of snow three days now but there is none to photograph. I was crossing a street to catch a bus today and saw this oil spot. IF you look closely, you will see OLD MAN WINTER's portrait in the oil stain. CLICK to enlarge.His hair is blowing to the east. His face is cold and blue; can you see his eyes and nose? His mouth is steaming yellow from all that blowing. . . and still we have no snow sticking to the ground. :o(

It is supposed to snow more tonight. We will see. . . sigh

6 comments:

Gramma L said...

Who would of thought that you could be so creative with a spot of oil. Clever and Cute.

Katney said...

You are doing better with the new camera!!

SandyCarlson said...

You have a great eye! Perhaps he feels the weather forecasters have thrown him under the bus by making promises he couldn't deliver!

Cindi said...

What a unique interpretation of the oil puddle.

Kerri said...

I DEFINITELY CAN see him! What a fabulous capture!! You have such a wonderful imagination!!!!

dot said...

How neat!! I love it.

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