Friday, September 24, 2010

Hot yellow Corvette


...a male midlife crisis car...

18 comments:

Halcyon said...

So did you buy one of these too?

Is it you or Lois-Anne who plays the piano? Or both! Must be really nice to have such a fine instrument in your living room. I always wished I could play.

Memphis MOJO said...

Is that the car you drove to Colorado?

magiceye said...

good piece of work!

Carraol said...

Perfect work for this kind of crisis!

Small City Scenes said...

Corvette yellow all dolled up. Now how did you do this?

I rode in a Corvette once--end of story. MB

Cezar and Léia said...

I'd like to hav... Oops, am I in midlife crisis? :) Well, actually considering the amount of rain over here and the few warm days perhaps I'd better stick to what I've got... :)
God bless you!
Cezar

brattcat said...

Hot little post.

Birdman said...

Cool shot!

bfarr said...

You are way beyond that aren't you...midlife crisis?

Great shot and I love the treatment.

anjoe playhouse said...

I like your work with the photo ;-)

Small City Scenes said...

Cavorting in Corvettes---like I said---end of story. Email to follow. LOL MB

Paula said...

Not too subtle, but when in crisis you do what you must. :) The cartooning suits it well.

Welcome back! Now get out of the parking lot and show us some empty restaurants!
;)

Frank said...

Love the creative manipulation...this vette would be a lot more fun vs. the golf cart. (I would love to take a road trip in this to the west coast.)

Jack said...

This could be from a manga (Japanese comic book). I gotta start playing with my software's editing programs to learn how do do stuff like this . . . next time I can spend some time fooling around.

Lois said...

A very cool shot Jacob! Thanks for your nice comment. I did need a break, but I am so happy to be back!

Francisca said...

I would have guessed that the midlife crisis color for men would be red... you know, the hot little number. But I'm sure you're way beyond that, Jacob! I wouldn't mind taking this yellow little number for a spin, though, being a bit of a speed freak myself. Nice PP.

[You wondered why the designer of the Osaka aquarium would be a Brit. I wondered the same on my recent post about lighting design: http://viewthrumygloballens.blogspot.com/2010/09/mellow-curves-and-illumination.html. It's the global nature of things now... go to the specialist.]

EG Wow said...

WOW! This is so cool! Nicely done!

JM said...

Cool! Very cool!

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