Monday, October 12, 2009

Ever Watching/ Macro Monday

Ever get the feeling you're being watched?



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24 comments:

B SQUARED said...

I wonder who it is?

judi said...

Cheech or Chong? George Carlin?
Hee,Hee...

Quilt Works said...

Nice! Gret sharpness and perfect color!

Cezar and Léia said...

LOL cool idea for this post and for sure...it's the same feeling about those "cameras"all around you! :)
He looks tired, doesn't he?
Léia

Gerald (Hyde DP) said...

It seems a little out of context - I'm sure he didn't belong there originally.

Unseen Rajasthan said...

Fantastic shot !! Great colors !!Unseen Rajasthan

vrtlarica said...

I wouldnt notice such detail usualy on a building... very sharp and clear colors

see you there! said...

Love the details and the brickwork.

Darla

George said...

What an interesting capstone. You have a good eye to see it and to get this great picture.

Jarart said...

Don't you just love to find theses little details! I like it.

Betty said...

Great catch. Nice color on the on the bricks It would be nice to hear what the face has seen.Or maybr not.(LOL)

Michelle said...

Fun shot. I wonder who he is?

Jacob said...

Yes! Part of the reason is that Big Brother has cameras everywhere!

Great shot. Makes me wonder if his eyes move as you move!

Erin said...

a very nice capture...
have a wonderful evening.

PERBS said...

Hey! I was ging o say what B Squared said. . . the bricks offer a very vibrabt color to it all.

VALKYRIEN said...

That is so funny! Great capture - and you nailed with the title! :)

Becky and Gary said...

That guy does see all.
Perfect choice.
Happy RT.
B. Hope you had a nice Thanksgiving.

lisaschaos said...

Super cool! I love they used different bricks too. :)

Betsy from Tennessee said...

Neat, EG.... The eyes seem to follow you around, don't they??????

Hugs,
Betsy

Dave Ingram said...

Cool image - I've always liked architecture images that use part of the building to tell a story about the rest of the building. Nicely done!

Small City Scenes said...

As they say----the eyes have it. they seem to follow one don't they. MB

Tom said...

What an interesting Keystone.... thanks for sharing this.

Buenos Aires Photoblog said...

Cool find! This guy is without a doubt guarding the people living in that house.

Rose said...

Wonder why he was put there?

And don't you find brickwork done in arches amazing. I always look at it and wonder about the skill it takes and how it is done.

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