December 5, 2005
So here we were, lurking in the reflections of the ornaments in the TD Plaza courtyard. It's not evil, it's festive.
it looks like y'all were having fun! :) cool shot!!! i used to always love to look at my reflection in ornaments when i was younger...heck, i still get a kick outta it today! lol...good job!
OK, I'm in Wisconsin--what is TD Plaza? jennie, you can do it everyday in a spoon! You just lose the cool colors and refelctions of the lights. I love spoons. Well, ornaments are better, I agree, and I love the fish-eye sideview mirror on our pick-up. I can see our bikes tied down onto the deck of the bow of the boat.
I love to see shots like this....warms my soul:)
wow i had no idea this pic wa taken through an ornament! great shot!
Kind've looks like something from a zombie movie. Person gets shot, crime scene people start going around and taking pictures of the body, and the zombie sees the photo before it jumps up and demands payments in large dividends of brains and other vital organs. Silly zombies and their silly monetary system, :)
I looked at this pic and the first thought was , sh.... that looks like me !
The stance and everything.
maybe we were seperated at birth!! My realatives live in Toronto as well mmmm
Hot, hot, hot! Love the lurker :)
RB - Kendall wasn't born, he was built.
When I first saw this I was reminded of this scary video game I played that I couldn't even get to a savepoint because it freaked me out so bad. You had to take pictures of these Ghosts and stuff... and - me being a pansy who despises scary movies - bought it not thinking... then couldn't play it... "Fatal Frame II" I think it was called... well anyways... the picture was nice once I was done with the flash-backs and then read the caption. But of course the word "lurking" adds a nice 'creepy' tone. hehe... =P
Well now that I'm done my ramble... I'll say keep it up! ^_^
Shuh..... funny thats what my mother said to me.lol
It looks like you're in Christmas-hell.
GREAT creativity! It keeps it sort of anonymous with the camera up to ur face.
Yay! Christmas ornaments. Who can not like a picture of a christmas ornament. (Well okay people who don't have christmas but hey, it is december and I say all should love christmas ornaments.)
cool how u can see a tiny reflection of u in the ornament... really like the lit up windows as a background, very sparkley.
This one actually looks like it has meaning... I like it. It looks like winter too (with the blueish tint), even though I don't see snow. Great Job.
I agree with katy -- printing in b/w gives a better 'wintery' tone, and with the focus on the glass ornament, the right hand side looks like icecles sparkling on the treee instead of just ol' lights in the distance. Neat shot Kendall, and Happy Holidays to you and yours.
I like this alot, is that tiny relfection of the ball you?
Cause if so this is awesome.
Another Killer Pic Kendall
Yeah you are right about the...less evil version, haha. I like the christmas vibe, you should keep that up. Maybe some snow photographs?
I would use this for a Christmas Card. Very corporate.
buena la photo compradre,go disparando your camera para que us enjoy sus jobs.
wow, this is my favorite. i love it.
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