Uh, I think I can see….

If you look at me long enough, I will wink at ya!

This abstract photograph was taken by Katie Johnson from Katiescamerablog:

I still walk in the Guadalupe District on occasion, as it’s only 10 minutes from my home, and if I get there early in the morning, one of the railroad warning lights has the most wonderful expression. I noticed this about a year ago but only got around to shooting it last month.

So here you go…. does she look like she’s flirting with you? The way the early morning sun has shaded the lights to make them appear as eyes?

I love noticing silly things like this, and I hope this photo makes you smile and gives you a nice start to the week.

Taken with the 105mm lens at f/2.8, to get as much blur in the background as I could (and I knew the lens would be sharp where I needed it to be–those eyes). ~ Katiescamerablog

Note: Images and text from Katiescamerablog.

3 responses

  1. Hey there, Thanks for posting my image/post! Can you please direct people back to my blog in this, so it’s more clear this came from me (I see Abstract does that, but it isn’t clear there). The direct link to this posting is: http://katiescamerablog.wordpress.com/2011/10/24/hon-the-lights-are-flirting-with-me/ and my blog link is http://katiescamerablog.wordpress.com . Thank you so much!

    November 1, 2011 at 1:28 pm

    • Hi Katie i admire your love for photography and hope the adjustments and links i have now made have made due credit to the rightful owner.

      November 2, 2011 at 9:27 am

      • Thank you so much for the adjustments. Perfect! 🙂 Love your avatar! 🙂

        November 2, 2011 at 3:23 pm

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