You get to name this shot [See below for the rules, such as they are]
Laval, Quebec, August 2006
The Caption This parade continues this week with a somewhat more stark view of the urban landscape. If you're new to Caption This, here are the three things you need to know about it before continuing (cue the theme from Mission Impossible):
- How to play (don't worry, it's pretty darn simple)
- All Caption This entries (read 'em...they're neat. Promise)
- Last week's entry, Challah
Challah-lujah, that's good bread!I read BG because she writes with honesty and empathy about how she simply wants to have a good life for her family. Like me, she uprooted to a new city far from home, and she writes about the challenges of everyday life in a strange new place. If you haven't yet read her, drop by. She's a worthy addition to the blogroll.
Judy and David get honorable mention for proposing the same heavenly term. I never cease to be amazed by the brilliance and kindness of the kind folks who visit my site. Thank you all for making CT such an enjoyable highlight of my week - and hopefully yours!
Your turn: Please think up a caption for the picture above and drop it into a comment. Come up with more than one if you wish - the more the merrier. Tell a friend. Vote for someone else'ssubmission. Spread the joy in any way you can think of...it's time to take Caption This to the other side of the planet! Or at least to a somewhat greater level of Zen-ness.
'Ladeez and Gentle-mennnnnnnnn....behind door number three......?'
This is a powerful photo if, as you say, a bit stark.
I saw a 'Carmi-a-like' at the store this morning, taking a photos of some mud...I thought of you instantly :-)
Stop stairing. It isn't polite.
'Fred? Some guy is taking photos of our door....Fred!'
Blame Michele, she sent me back. :-)
We gotta get out of this place.
For some reason this makes me think of escaping...maybe too many movies.
"Our stairs go both ways, up and down!"
Michele sent me to have a go!
Escher's nightmare: Stairs to SOMEWHERE.
"An you say the legs DON'T come off the grand piano"
Hey Carmi ;)
I think I got you skipped over at Michele's ;( Sorry
Hope your having a great weekend ;)
"Where the mid-level management types report to work."
Michele sent me this time,
I'm calling this one...
so many stairs, so little time!
Dear friend, this is a great picture. It makes me think of a doorway beween the stairways leading to heaven and hell. You always have the most compelling photos. Here today on my own and not from the M&G. Hope you and the family are having a wonderful weekend!
LIFE: up or down? Your choice.
(Thanks for the mention)
"This way leads to salvation. This way leads to the ice machines and lobby."
Michele sent me back to have another go so:
" Why not just put the door on the ground floor?"
I vote for Judy! I like hers! :)
'Prisoner Number 42973538? This will be your home from home for the next 25 to life.....'
Michele again..this one is a toughie..
St. Peter's Gate...Heaven is up and Hell is down....what's YOUR choice?
well... that WAS my choice, until I actually read all the other entries...now I have to come up with something else.
How about: For Sale: Stairway to Heaven (Hell stairs included at no extra cost!)
The pit stop on the Stairway to Heaven...please tip the attendent
Eh...I got nuttin...
I have been looking through your blog. You have the most interesting things on your site. I love the pictures. thank you for visiting my blog. I look forward to returning to yours
Attorney General Alberto Gonzales said to meet him behind the Senate with the get away car. I wonder what happened?
27 flights up! You had to live 27 flights up!
Michele sent me
Fred couldn't believe this was the way to the men's room.
Got Elevator? That's the first thing I'd think of.
"You take the high road and I'll take the low road...."
Heavenly landing is a bit starker than I pictured.
"Decisions, decision . . . where do I go next?"
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