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London, ON, December 2007 [Click to embiggen]
Locks make great photographic subjects. They have shiny, machined surfaces that shoot nicely and they typically don't wiggle like kids do when the camera comes out. I also have locks on the brain considering the fancy high-security one on our front door recently broke and we waited the better part of a week to get it fixed. Never mind how I managed to lock myself into the house. That's a story for another day, folks.
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About last week's image of candles: Huge amount of interest in this one, and a huge conundrum for me because so many visitors submitted so many creative suggestions. I was certainly torn. Ultimately, only one winner could be chosen because I was down to my last tiara. That person is Awareness: "Great minds think alight." If you haven't visited her site yet, click here. I'll wait for you to come back. She's that good.
As always, I feel compelled to honorably mention these folks for their flashes of creative brilliance:
- Robin: "Light reading."
- Beverly: "All is calm, all is bright."
- Bob-kat: "It's going to take ages to heat the beans using these!"
- Jeremy: "Little Light [of this flickering candle] Illuminates the night like your spirit illuminates my soul..."
- Dawn: "Let there be light, I can't see a darn thing using these candles!"
- Sister AE: "Make a wish!"
- Sara: "Shimmering Candles lighting the way."
- Dak-ind: "Lighting remberance."
- Laurie: "Light for the soul."
- Gautami Tripathy: "Shadows from the past."
- Sara: "No need to burn the candle from both ends, just enjoy them as they are."
- Robin: "Flickr, B.C."
- Killlashandra: "Blessed wishes."
- Breadbox: "A light in the darkness."
- Omykiss: "Not another power failure!"