... with open eyes, and a generous heart, there is awe 'round many a corner ...
Beautiful photos on your blog!
He, he, nice idea Julie, have a good Monochrome weekend|Serge
I like it! Totally unique!
Love the composition and the reflection in the shades.
They're all keeping their eyes on you!
I can't see any RayBans.....
What a great idea for a monochrome shot. I love it.
I see you're keeping an eye on us, Julie. Have a great Sunday.
Julie, I love this photo..actually I love all I've read and seen on your blog. Thank you for your recent question about the post brattcat made on ice melting in the forest. I followed up with your suggestion. If you would like to see if you agree with my dad, here's the post..http://inovermyhead-magpie.blogspot.com/
Very creative and fun mono post! I'd pick some of these glasses!Kisses from Nydia.
this is great post,can i have one...?
Very nice - the shapes and tones work really well.
An EYE catcher!
pattern and lack of colour makes a entertaining shot.
I love that you have captured the interest in something so every day.
Love it! Great image Julie!
I sometimes wear my sunglasses at night. Is that wrong???? Ha!
This made me smile. I like the composition and there are reflections in each of the lenses.
Wonderful, wonderful monochrome photo! So creative!!Thanks for stopping by my blog and for the encouraging posts! My spam program placed your comments in the spam folder for me to approve so it took a bit for them to show up. Usually it gets it right and only puts real spam on hold!Sandy "From the Heart of Texas"
Neat image Julie. I really like it. I like your bubbler reflections too. We are having fun aren't we.Thanks for your comments on that first shot of mine. I love it when the print matches the vision and this one came out even better than I hoped.
I'm always fascinated with the things your turn into images.
Brings to mind Marilyn Monroe, Campbell's Soup and Andy Warhol. What a kick.
I love it - borderline of glamour and cheesy. You have captured it.
This picture reminde me my profession. Making shops windows to *opticiens*, as a shop window designer.But most to *pharmacies with culturelles windows, sometime in the blog.Un petit coucou de Lausanne en Suisse. De l'autre côté du monde.
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