Monday, April 30, 2007

Weekend Words....


This week's words were imagination and memory.
Imagination:
First example - Lyn's Paradise Cafe. I know the picture is blurry. It truly doesn't do the creativity and imagination of this place justice.







Who had the imagination to think of putting legs with whimsical pants on the walls?





Second example - Mom's Music
The music store where Rachael has her band practice has opened a coffee bar.
Someone had the imagination to decorate these guitars and put them on the walls.












Third example - my sons.
These two have more imagination than anyone else I know.

Look at all the imagination it took for Aaron to make this creation for me.




Memory-
I have so many good memories of my home, my family, my friends and my loves.
I searched my memory for any images, but I couldn't choose just one.
I hope I will have many more good memories to come.







That's all for this week.
J.

4 comments:

Mr. Husbland said...

What is in the bowl your youngest son has? It looks like a hacksaw embedded in a bowl of sauceless ravioli.

Hehe, he sure seems happy though.

Jay said...

What IS that in his bowl??

Great pictures! As usual.

FindingHeart said...

Someday, I have to join in on the Weekend Word thing. I like putting thought into the visual art.

Last night, I saw a tech showcase that gave me lots of ideas. A high school taught higher photo skill by making an abc book. The photos had to show some shape in nature or man-made structure that resembled letters of the alphabet. There were door handles, a vein on a leg, and other things captured on film. This is something that pulls in that right side and could be done by young elem as well.

Keep up the photog posts.

HoosierGirl5 said...

Mr.Husbland and Jay-
The creation is 2 pencils held together with glue and a third pencil, stuck into a bowl of ice. He said it was a mountain. Keep in mind he was limited by what he could find on his own, because he was trying to surprise me.

FH. - Glad you like the pictures.
Not bad for a blog that apparently doesn't make anyone think.

J.