I love this pic. Technically, it's a great example of proper use of depth of field to tell a story. Subjectwise, it evokes memories of Mr. Bill. And that's always a great thing.Thanks for the delightful photo-trip!Mine's nowhere near as whimsical:http://writteninc.blogspot.com/2009/02/wordless-wednesday-busted-light.html
Hmn... I like it! Poor thing... he looks cold.Happy WW!MommyWizdom
Oh I feel like that alot!
Crazy! What a sad little man (I agree he reminds me of Mr. Bill). :-)
he had a bad day, no?
Loved the pic, though I feel for the little man...
I have to admit that I was an adult before I realized that discombobulated was a real word. I thought my dad just made it up! This is a fun picture, thanks for sharing. Will we see him when he's all put together?
Poor guy. LOL! Great shot!Happy WW! Sweet Surprise http://tinyurl.com/dfgrrq
hahaha I love that word and that picture fits it to a tee. At our house we use the word discombobulating for *that* time of the month. :p
Very cute! I wonder who did that to him. :)Happy WW! My entry for this is here.
Awww... I feel like picking him up!
One look at your shot and I was grinning from ear to ear :-).
What a riot!! Thanks for the laugh. I wanted to echo Carmi's praise of the greatness of the shot photographically as well. It is easy when something is fun to overlook how technically good it is!Mine is up at:http://beingchronicallyillisapill.blogspot.com/2009/02/wordless-wednesday-baby-its-cold.htmlHappy WW!
This is a great shot!Here is minewww.helpmeettosam.blogspot.comAngie
That's just funny. I think I've felt that way before.
at least he has a leg to stand on :)
OK, I have a "thing" about dismembered parts and I must say...this disturbed me.
I felt like that yesterday.I posted my wordless at My Ordinary Things and can use some help figuring out what to use the thing in my picture for.
Discombobulated is right! Dismembered, you might even say. Nice shot!
Love it! My eldest is often found sculpting with modeling clay. Your picture reminds me of some of his projects.
The little clay clown is actually a work in progress by ClayGuy. He's been baked, but now needs his appendages sewn to the torso, his clothes need to be made and placed upon him, and he will be one right happy clown.Sorry for any, um, disconcerting thoughts I put out there. He's truly not dismembered. I'll be sure to share pix of him in his completed state, when all is good and right with his world. :D
Both creepy and cool. I am affraid of clowns, and those little red cheeks remind me of a clown. lolHappy WW!
Oh, Dianne, WONDERFUL picture! Perfect title, fun composition...I like everything about it.Except that scary clown face...kinda freaks me out!:)
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