Friday, September 21, 2012

Smile! You're on Candid Camera

Thanks to all who ventured a guess as to what was portrayed in yesterday's post. Randy from Santa Fe came the closest by guessing it was a bench. Others were also quite close to correct. It was a metal bench sitting on concrete.

18 comments:

Lea said...

If I was able to get online yesterday, I wouldn't have guessed it right, too, but may be close :) This camera, which is used to take photos, is so lucky to have its photo taken in return :)

Tim said...

I could swore it was the ice cream tubs :)

Great work Lowell...if all is well, we'll see you this evening.

Halcyon said...

Now that I look at it again - of course it's a bench! :)
What kind of candid camera is this today?

Dave-CostaRicaDailyPhoto.com said...

I think I like the aesthetics of the bench you showed last Sunday better.

Danielle said...

Great presentation! The caretaker at Shalom Park said the babies may be flying in a week or two...they are in the big pine right next to the pond.

Oh...I teach three psychology courses (Introduction/Developmental/Abnormal)...and I absolutely love it!! That bench photo would be great for the perception chapter ;)

Judy said...

Better cover that cough, someone is watching!

Kate said...

You are getting retty tricky, my friend! I'd rather it would have been wine bottles. Shalom! Today is the International Day of Peace (9/21/12) May you and all countries know and enjoy peace.

Bibi said...

Well, I'll be darned.

La Principessa Errante said...

Ahhhh, I now see the bench, fascinating, and a great shot!

RedPat said...

I like the treatment on this one!
We have stair treads with a similar pattern but the whole piece looked too big for a tread - never thought of a bench! Good one, Lowell!

Small City Scenes said...

Well now I know. I went to yesterdays post first because today's pic would not show up---it finally did.
No horses yet? MB

Linda said...

Wonderful and fascinating, Lowell!

hamilton said...

it all makes sense now.
(I thought about waiting until you posted the answer then swear I knew it all along, but with that candid camera watching.....)

Kay said...

Well. Now I wonder what kind of pattern that bench would leave on the sitter. . .Perhaps we shouldn't go there.

Don't much care for those eyeball cameras. mBut I like the effects of your shot.

Randy said...

That's an odd place for a camera.

Jack said...

Aw, I knew it. Just wanted to give the others a chance . . .

EG CameraGirl said...

I NEVER EVER would have guessed bench. Nope, never.

magiceye said...

:)

"Photographers deal in things which are continually vanishing and when they have vanished there is no contrivance on earth which can make them come back again." — Henri Cartier-Bresson