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Monday, June 2, 2008

WWC - Heavy & Light

The time has come again for the Weekly Words Challenge, brought to us by Tink, of Pickled Beef.
She slyly challenged us to interpret, with the aid of our boxes o light, the words Heavy & Light. Now, to be honest, I wanted to take some photos of some big assed drag queens and some crack headed looking ones and post that, I was, after all, at Gay Pride Day on Sunday. But on further thought, those queens like to sue, and I don't have time to deal with it. So instead, here's my milder interpretation of


HEAVY
&
Light

12 cookies cracked:

Chatty said...

Oh, wonderful! I love that old mill house (is that what it is?) and your tracking effects. And Abbey Road - almost - very cute.

Tink said...

Look at you getting all high tech on me! I love the pictures. The one of the moss covered roof and the duck flapping its wings was my favorite. Well done!

gr said...

those were some heavy looking ducks and geese, huh?

Reb said...

Good photos, I like the mill and the moss.

g-man said...

I liked the contrast of the light birds against the heavy stone and metal building.

Alice said...

i love the whole feel of that glade, with the ducks and the mossy stones... gorgeous

Fortune Cookies said...

Chatty- Ding! Ding! Ding! yes, it's an old mill house :) hehehe, I liked almost abbey road best in the moment, but that darn white duck wouldnt catch up to complete the effect!

tink- i was bored, played around with my stuff a little. 00h, that sounded bad, didn't it, let me say played around with my media software a little ;)

gr- you so silly!

reb- that moss is something sweet, huh? can you believe that place is nestled in the back of a cemetery?

g-man- I'm drawn to contrasting things too

alice- it was a very serene spot, I could have stayed for hours!

Janet said...

the willow tree was my favorite :-)

Jo said...

Great pics! I love how nostalgic your photos came out, it could've been a scene from 50 years ago.

Such a pretty location...makes me want to plunk down on a blanket & write really bad haiku.

Fortune Cookies said...

jo- isn't even the best haiku, really bad?

Newt said...

Those were just beautiful. I'm with Jo, though I have a feeling her Haiku would be WAY better than mine

Tequila Mockingbird said...

our pride isnt for another couple of weeks, but i'm super psyched!