Thursday, February 08, 2007

Thursday Thirteen #12--Thirteen Strange photos.

Tomorrow's Photo Friday is strange. I sorted through some of the 400 + photos and am linking some of the weirder. Here they are:
1. YF Photography
2. Today is Today
3. Mr. SnappiePants
4. rushmi.com
5. Karim Beyrouti
6. Waking up late
7. Zenzi--Photos du monde
8. Angela Giles Klocke
9. WatchThisspace
10. random thoughts II
11. Atomische
12. The one-eyed man
13. Shutters Photoblog

11 comments:

Susan Helene Gottfried said...

yeah, some of those ARE weird. You don't really think about how many ways there are to be weird until you look at a list like that.

Thanks for visiting West of Mars. I hope you'll come by often!

Jill said...

The first one is my favorite, even if they are all good in their way!!
Spank the monkey, it's hilarious!!

Angela Giles Klocke said...

Ha -- thank you for listing me as one of your strange finds. I'm honored - LOL! Happy TT!

Sunflower said...

I like Today is today:-)
The color is so pretty!

Thanks for stopping by my Sunflower blog and supporting me! Welcome back anytime.

I will Exercise for Comments!
Sunflower

Mike said...

Some of those were strange. Interesting though.

mar said...

I love strange pics. And colorful ones too, I guess my fave was the phone booth out in the country...

Rashenbo said...

Yup some wierdies in there! My husband likes to take photographs and he's trying to see if he can't get more serious and get clients or sell pictures he's taken! Nice idea for a TT. Thanks for sharing.

Rashenbo said...

Hi Sarala! Actually, my husband does have a site... He wanted to have his pictures online and I recommended he use a blog too! :)

www.shutterandlight.com is his website. There's not much there yet :) I'm working on him to get more content up there!

photog said...

Thanks for the link!!! Glad you liked it...

John @ The one eyed man
www.johnsimpson.ca

Belle said...

Thanks so much for stopping by my first TT post the other day :)

Strange photos, indeed. I especially loved the creepy doll...'Nightmares' I think it was called. After seeing my post, though, you're probably not too surprised, huh?

Regis said...

Thanks for the link. This is actually a gigantic soap bubble shot on the streets of London !