Friday the 13th (2)

By: pbcmedia

Mar 13 2009

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Category: anxiety, BEHIND THE WHEEL SERIES, Creativity, FEAR THE SERIES, Humor, Personal, Photography

6 Comments

Aperture:f/18
Focal Length:16mm
ISO:800
Camera:Canon EOS 5D

The salt didn’t work.

(see first Friday the 13th post. Click (HERE)

©Pat Coakley 2009

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6 comments on “Friday the 13th (2)”

  1. This is stunning! That tree looks so in control of the whole scene. This, m’dear, is . . . . stunning.

  2. I agree with tysdaddy on this one. And this is exactly why I have a tree obsession. Truly amazing photograph.

  3. Oooooooooooh Pat, this photo is so foreboding and apocalyptic and Hitchcock-ish and bleak and dark and yes – stunning indeed!

    Whew – I’m glad it’s Saturday the 14th…

  4. Nature looming … what a nice horror film scenario!
    Don’t you want to sneak in to those houses? What kind of place is it?

  5. Holy moly- that tree better hurry up and behave before the rising sun slaps it into mollification.
    That is one ominous and powerful image.
    The mad conductor of winters’ atmosphere. And you saw it and caught it.

  6. Many things only carry the weight that we give them.

    When I flew back to Australia (after living overseas for 11 years) in 1984, the pilot (Qantas) made the following announcement, “now that we’ve landed, I thought you might be interested to know that because we’ve crossed the dateline, it’s Friday the 13th, so much for superstition”. That experience has changed forever how I feel about such things.


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