When the radiator finally stopped producing plumes of steam, I ventured a look under the hood/bonnet. The maze of hoses, wires, and dripping green fluid made me think I had killed an alien. And that’s my entry for Cee’s oddball challenge, along with an inspirational bucket nearby. Seriously serendipitous.
I took a photo of this Odd and creepy figure today. I’d passed it numerous times as it stood in the corner of an art room, but I had to take a closer look. For the first time, I noticed the knife in its hand. OOh! I am thinking this will fit with Cee’s Oddball Challenge and move me along in the A-Z world as well! Shivers.
Maybe it’s just me, but when I saw this sign, I immediately thought of murder and mayhem. Perhaps I’ve read too many legal thrillers. What about you? Doesn’t it seem a bit odd? That’s my impression, so I’m entering it in Cee’s Oddball Challenge. I would bet there’s a gentler way of advertising cemetery spaces.
I adore Cee’s photography blog and used our recent trip to San Francisco as an opportunity to take a gazillion photos. When we revisited the Haight Ashbury district, I saw these legs and KNEW I was all set for Cee’s Oddball Challenge (COB).
I wasn’t sure how to shoot this, like how much of the building to include and whether I should keep an edge straight. I was using my iPhone 6 and had stretched my family’s patience to near breaking, so I didn’t have a lot of options. If you have any tips, I’d love them!
I love Cee’s photography site and especially her oddball photo challenge. Most of my photos look odd. I recognize beauty but I can’t seem to capture it. I’m the same with classroom crafts, decorating anything, and clothes. Anti-Pinterest is my middle name. So here’s something that caught my eye in a beauty salon bathroom. I tried like crazy to keep the toilet out of it.