Wednesday, April 04, 2007

See You On The Flip Side

Okay, this is kinda lame, but I'm short on time these days. I'll try to put up something better this weekend, but no promises. I took this while Bethany and I were walking with the Famous Uncle Robert and Aunt Sylvia. This empty lot will one day be condos. In fact, there are numerous signs up, urging people to buy in early. In the meantime, the lot is filled up with rain water and refuse from the neighbouring construction sites. The Famous Uncle Robert has pointed out that people should probably think twice about buying a property built on a plot of land that currently looks like this.

I thought it was neat to see the building from across the street being reflected in the watery foundation of its future neighbour. I know this sounds artsy-fartsy and lame, but I think the junk at the bottom of this photo symbolizes the questionable foundation of the building that will be built here. Therefore, I took the picture in such a way that the reflection was growing out of the junk. I didn't have time to adjust the RAW file, so I simply rotated the JPEG and cropped it in Picasa.

Peace out.


ps. Thanks for the encouraging words Anna. Yes, I can ship to Ontario.


Anonymous Laurie said...

I find this to be quite interesting and beautiful. I like the reflection, it's like a suggestion of things to come.

3:17 AM, April 05, 2007  
Anonymous AntSylv said...

Hi Tim,

I was with you and saw this but I didn't see THIS! You really have a knack for seeing beyond the obvious. You not only express it effectively photographically, but you have a way with words, too.

These are gifts from God. Don't despise them!

4:18 PM, April 06, 2007  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

hey, its been a long time. have you seen Dave P? I haven't heard from him in a long time. If you see him could you ask him to get a hold of me.

Thanks. By the way, I have looked through your pics. you're doing really good.

7:57 PM, April 06, 2007  
Blogger Ekim said...

Love this shot. Nice work.

7:08 PM, April 18, 2007  

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