Sunday, May 17, 2009

God's Eye


"God's Eye"
West Odessa, Texas


One man's junk is another man's treasure.

Or put another way: one man's illegally dumped industrial brushes on the side of the road is one woman's hot pink subject for an oddly ominous photo which seemed appropriate to post on a Sunday afternoon.

4 comments:

Frances said...

Stunning.

I like your joy in the visual, it echoes how I feel when I'm out and about - with the added blessing for your gift with the camera. I still haven't got the habit of carrying my camera around with me.

Bobbie said...

You always amaze me with your eye for faces in mundane every day objects. I remember when you were a girl and you showed me the oatmeal bubbling in the pan and said "Mamma doesn't it look just like mouths opening and closing". lol!

I love this picture today, so colorful and fiesta-like.

The Gossamer Woman said...

It's great, Debi. You do find the neatest things to take photos of and then you take them in such a way that they turn out very artistic. Really like modern art. You are a true roving photographer. Always ready for the next great picture. You'd make a good mentor.

XOX
Irene

John said...

yep, i need to brush up