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London, ON, September 2007 [Click to embiggen]
My macro lens has found its way back home after spending a couple of months having its electronic innards replaced under warranty by the loving technicians at Nikon Canada. I didn't realize how much I missed getting up close and personal with the ordinary things that cross my everyday path until I clicked the lens back into its rightful place and went back to work. It felt good.
So expect the proportion of abstract photos to increase in the days and weeks to come. I'll apologize in advance: life's kinds stressful, and camera time is proving to be a welcome catharsis.
Your turn: Come up with a witty caption for this image. Share it in a comment. Share as many as you can come up with. I'll announce the winner next week. I'll be thankful for significantly longer. Instruction, such as they are, are here.
About last week's image This is window in my in-laws' living room as reflected by the neo-modern mirror that hangs on the wall. I liked the geometry and light, and hope you do, too.
Carli penned this week's winner: "Venetian Blinded By the Light." Little did she know that Manfred Mann's eponymous tune was an anthem of my childhood. Little did you know that today's her birthday. Please visit her and congratulate her.
Honorable mentions go to a bunch of very creative folks:
- Heidi: "He Blinded Me With Science!" (I'm also a huge Thomas Dolby fan.)
- Nikki-Ann: "How a window blind looks when you're blind drunk!"
- Linda: "This what life looks like when you've lived with blinders on"
- Judy: "Benjamin knew immediately that his Lasik eye surgery had not been successful!
- BreadBox: "Venetian blind spots"