wordless wednesday

42 comments:

  1. Daryl, that's a wondeful shot. I could see the motion, hear the rustling, smell the wet sidewalk and paper, feel the wind. Perfect!

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  2. hey! I think we must have been of the same mind, wind watching!!

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  3. Blasted wind...

    (I'm not a fan of wind lately, can you tell?)

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  4. I suppose that is one reason newspapers across the country are going bankrupt. Nobody thinks enough of the newspaper to stop and pick it up.

    In the old days a newspaper would have been picked up and taken home to read.

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  5. Thank you for sharing...nice shot, content makes me sad.

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  6. Oh, no thanks, I don't clip coupons.
    Beautiful capture!

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  7. I love to sit there and watch the wind and the way it makes everything dance.

    Love this shot and the contrast in colors as well as the contrast in velocity.

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  8. makes me sad ... too much trash in the world...cool picture however

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  9. Aloha from Upcountry Maui,

    I know the wind can be nasty at times. Wow--but this is an absolute great shot. I love the movement!!

    Happy WW!
    http://upcountrysmiles.com
    Cindy O

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  10. Great movement in your photo Daryl, but agree too bad it means trash that will have to wait until sanitation people come along to clean it up.

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  11. Great shot! I like others have said, I can really feel the movement.

    You definitely inspire me to look at things differently when I'm looking through my camera!

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  12. I'm gonna go broke buying your pictures!!
    Love it. :)

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  13. it's purty but..... gosh darn the litterbugs!

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  14. Excellent shot! Talk about being in the right place at the right moment.
    :))

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  15. Wonderful shot, so urban! They way newspapers are going out of business, maybe one day we won't see papers fluttering around on the streets!

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  16. oooo, you snuck in and took a photo of my studio floor!

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  17. Great shot!

    Congrats to you too dear friend!

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  18. Terrific evocative pictures. I love New York - vibrant, noisy, cosmopolitan - just like London which I also love.

    Thanks for popping by my blog and leaving a great message. I'll pop back here again as this is such a lively blog.

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  19. Great shot Daryl. I hope someone cleared it up though?

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  20. It's beautiful and sad - I really like this one.

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  21. A picture is worth a thousand words--and there they go! Fabulous shot.

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  22. Love the movement in this photo -- definitely brings the viewer right in!

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  23. Well you could see it as art ---or something!
    loved it!

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  24. that's a perfect shot. i expect the papers to move on any nanosecond ...

    happy WW!

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  25. What a mess, Daryl! I know it was windy a few days back but I hate when paper blows all over the place! :)

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  26. I hope somebody picked the papers up!
    Damn the wind!

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  27. There goes the wind, at it again. Great shot!

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  28. Excellent...and being "wordless Wednesday" I shall write no more as I've already gone over my quota.

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  29. I'm so glad to be back online. I realized this last month that frankly I'm more creative when I check in on all the creative people I've meet online. You guys inspire me! Love this shot.

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  30. Amazing that such simple things can turn into such a lovely photo.

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  31. Let's see a cyber edition do THAT!

    I am sad to see what is happening to the newspapers today, though I have seen it coming for years. I am the daughter of a newspaperman, so I have printer's ink in my veins. I can remember going to the Detroit News with my Daddy and begging to be allowed to stand behind the glass and watch the huge presses running. They were so impressive! And the city room was just like in movies, all desks and phones and reporters with cigarettes and loosened ties coming and going. I will always have a warm spot for it.

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  32. That photo is absolutely AWESOME! How did you do that?!

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