More Trees . . .

More specifically, more reflections of trees in vehicles. Because you can never have too many.

Amirite or amirite or amirite?
Rite? Rite? Rite?
Ned Ryerson (Bing!)

I do sort of wish that the vehicle manufacturers had omitted the brake light and the model number, respectively, from the middle of my photographic palette, but we all have our trials and tribulations. Amirite?

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6 Responses to More Trees . . .

  1. Yerrite!
    The overall effect is like viewing trees while fully submerged in water with the eyes open. Dreamy. Surreal.

    • Isabel Gibson says:

      Laurna – Me, I’m not much for having my eyes open under water but I see/get what you mean. 🙂

  2. Alison Uhrbach says:

    Interestingly enough, I had to go BACK to see the brake light – the first time I looked all I saw was the trees?

    • Isabel Gibson says:

      Alison – 🙂 Mom would have missed the brake light too, I think. There was one occasion where I had a photo with a power line running through it, and I blogged/complained about the difficulty of getting views without the darned things. She said she had to look at the photo (of silhouetted trees at sunset) about three times to see the power line – which ran straight across the whole photo, about a half-inch above the trees. She was looking at the photo’s subject, not the distraction.

  3. Tom Watson says:

    Wow. Whoda thunk that tip!

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