43 thoughts on “Wordless Wednesday

  1. This reminds me of a film set, how the house is lit. And it’s so coiffed, like a Stepford House. I’m waiting for a robotic woman in a shirtwaist to tottle out with a tray of hors d’oeuvres. It also reminds me of a dollhouse, the one I never had as a kid and sometimes, in a moment of insanity, want to go buy now.

    Your photography never fails to evoke a panoply of visions.

    Take a well deserved bow. πŸ™‚

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  2. Good eyes. Simple pics with much to make it good … the lighting on the house, the rounded curb, the street lights, the glow in the night sky. Simply put, the more I looked at it, the more I liked it.

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  3. Q,

    What strikes me is the rounded curb. It’s very unusual and it keeps at me, in spite of the peaceful mood of the photograph. And then it hits me, that this capture appears as if you have snapped a real life snow globe.

    The pine tree standing tall in the foreground, the fallen snow that makes the street feel like a winter wonderland for reals, the lit house that takes on the appearance of something straight out of a classic holiday tale.

    Mind you, there is so much else to this. Like the streetlights that get your eyes following them all the way down the avenue. They stretch so long AND high that you have the idea they are lighting up the sky in front of you.

    A most perfect capture!


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    • So glad you do, Eilene!
      During my walk last night, I could not help but look at that house and ended up turning back. The curve of the street (that I was afraid to crop out just added a certain something).
      Nothing pleases me more than when others agree with my choice πŸ˜‰

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