That is an unusual view. Well, maybe not if you are a dentist. :)
We AREthe gargoyle gals,you & me!Aloha-Comfort Spiral
I didn't know they made frightened gargoyles...
Love the gargoyle...Years ago there were gargoyles on the University Auditorium..but they were removed for safetyreasons..
fabulous fabulous photo!! :)
excellent perspective and composition again!!
WOW! I found out recently that gargoyles (certainly in England) were usually modelled on local residents. When you look at the gargoyles that's a bit scary don't you think? LOL
I love it! It's a great angle - although hopefully water won't start pouring from it!
You found the perfect angle to shoot this fellow from. It enhances his best features and makes a perfect black and white.
ps....can I have your permission to copy this picture so that I can try to draw it?
Excellent perspective!!!I would love to find a gargoyle like this myself.Stunning Daryl!!
I love this... it is actually looking like I feel today...
Great view. I wonder how many birds have nested in that Gargoyle's mouth?
Great perspective... remind me of Ghostbusters!
a great shot...gotta love the gargoyles :)this is about how i looked yesterday after a marathon day in our yard...and we're still not done. i raked piles of grass leavings...and trimmed and mowed...ughhh.have a wonderful week ... will catch up with you next week when i return.
Wow... somebody made a sculpture of me waking up? I want residuals! Cool angle and composition, D.
PS...I can't believe YOU of all people now have word verification!
What is it about gargoyles? I have never quite understood their purpose or attraction. But they are fascinating.
This picture took me by surprise. I actually uttered a shocked "Oh!" when it first came up. My next reaction? I love it! I adore gargoyles!
Oh, I love me some gargoyles!
This is the best picture ever. I love it :)
That is just perfect;-)
I love your contrasting darks and lights, yours are always so crisp.
He looks like he's in terrible pain. Great shot!
I love the way you captured this!!
Love your monochrome shot! There have been a couple of "big mouths" for monochrome day! I love it -- they all have mouths even bigger than mine!Enjoy!Sylvia
That's a good viewpoint, there is probably a whole genre of gargoyle shots out there if you are in the right area. Nice one.
Reminds me of going into a funhouse at a carnival! I love the perspective.
Fightening!!I wonder if I should postpone my trip to N.Y.
Thank´s for coment my photo! You show us a piece of horror!!!Nice picture in black and white!/christina
I love creepy *Rosemary's Baby* type Gargoyles! Excellent shot!
I hope he's using LISTERENE!!!!
I'm pretty sure this is a pretty good resemblence of myself last Sunday morning ;) well probably lots of mornings.Awesome picture!
Hey! This face sums up my emotions this morning!About Chipotle: I posted a comment on my blog about it but I'll tell you here, too. Ours has two types of beans - pinto and black, parsley seasoned rice, an AWESOME corn salsa, hearty pico de gallo with a ton of tomatoes and onions, two types of salsa, romaine lettuce, and guacamole. If yours isn't like that, would you let me know? I need to know that! I truly admire their philosophies but want to make sure all restaurants are consistent in their offerings. I think adding fish would be a great idea. I would eat those every time.Personally, I don't believe in soy unless it's fermented so I couldn't get behind tofu. Too high in estrogens that feed cancers - especially breast - and 90% of the American soy crop is GMO - a double whammy.
Gargoyles are cool. Great shot, Daryl!
I know these are supposed to be scary, but it is really funny!I saw another gargoyle today that I thought looked like Bernie Madoff. I think this one looks like Bernie Madoff in prison!
Great image, a little Rocky Horrorthough...
I must be sure to show this to MM, as he is especially fond of Gargoyles.... I will have to post a pic of the ones that live in our house!Great Monday, as usual!
Wow - fabulous. Scary and effective!
Damn, that's a scary (or scared) gargoyle. I'm with Bobbie, though. I have never quite understood why gargoyles are a part of architecture. I could look it up on Google, of course, but I'm a lazy sot.
great perspective on this gargoyle! we love gargoyles and have tons of shots of the guardians of Notre Dame, but couldn't quite manage such an intimate shot.
Holy Mackerel, that picture is so crisp and clear it looks alive! ANd this is on a church or a haunted house?
Wowza! Now that's a bit scary!
Oh, what is he thinking? His shock seems so immediate.
Oh look, it's my boss. Someone's wasted a paper clip!
Good one Daryl...very striking!
I can't believe I didn't comment on this when I first saw it last night.Very good!
Wow, we really did think alike this week, didn't we? I love the angle on this one. Really unusual!
How dramatic and heartrending too!
Scary and fierce looking creature. A good shot.
"No don't take it, that's not my good side!"
Wonderful perspective! The mouth almost swallows the whole landscape and creates an amazing creepy drama! Great shot!
what is it about gargoyles that cause us to take pause, and look up in wonder?
Great photo Daryl...and love the vignette effect. Great perspective too =)xoxox
Yawn, yowl or yarp?
Gargoyles are meant to be gross and scary looking (i think), and your picture perfectly emphasizes these qualities.I love it.
A mournful guy - understandably - he has no teeth. But he looks good in greyscale.
Looking fierce and angry.Nice one in B&W!
I love gargoyles!
I somehow missed this - what a shot!
And there is any question why church scares the hell out of little children?? (Lovely monochrome!)
Wow, my eyes were just drawn straight to it! Incredible..nice selection-
That's a great close up shot! It shows the character of the gargoyle.