Monday, June 30, 2008

Odd Shots on Monday

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It struck me as odd looking this morning.

How far through do you think we are looking?

Clear through two ranks of pipes to the front of the truck.

29 comments:

Gattina said...

I wouldn't like to be behind this truck ! if ever it falls on my head, lol !uu

Greyscale Territory said...

That is incredibly weird! Even disturbing when you think of what could happen at a sharp turn in the road!

I just finished my first posting here!

Rusty Illusions

Gemma

mannanan said...

Thought at first they were bottoms of bottles. Amazing how things can deceive........ Still unsure as to how to post my links so I'll put it here....
http://www.freewebs.com/mannananscloak/oddshotsmonday.htm#212421663

Aileni said...

I begin to think I should spend more time on the road snapping odd loads - then I might not have to strape the bottom of my barrel every Monday.
Great choice.

babooshka said...

I coulnd't tell what the first chot was at all.

KylieM said...

oo not sure i would want to be behind that truck! Great Odd Shot!

archiearchive said...

Hey, those are nicely odd - great capture.

I was lucky enough to find an unusual bird for my odd shot.

Dragonstar said...

I'm glad you put the extra pictures in - I'd never have guessed otherwise! The things you can see on the road.

John said...

That is really odd! Great captures.


Mine is up

Paulie said...

I have never seen such a sight before. Glad I wasn't behind that load! Mine is up also.

david mcmahon said...

That is great work. Really.

I would never have guessed it was a load on a moving truck.

Bravo .....

Gypsy at heart said...

Unusual point of view. I try to pass those carriers quickly. I have a horror of its all breaking loose.
Good shot!
http://www.wanderingwonderinggypsy.blogspot.com/

Me & my puppies said...

Actually, that's really cool!

CrazyCath said...

Wow Katney! What great perspective.

You wouldn't think it was that deep.

Mine is up here.

R&J said...

Yeah, you find always something weird on the road...as I did ;)

Blue said...

I too hate the thought of if they rolled...

Mine's now up!

diane said...

Katney, I try my best to stay out of the way of these guys. You never know when the load may shift~Great catch...and glad you made if from behind this load.
My shot has been posted~Have a great Monday!

don said...

An interesting series. Odd is in the way we see things that strike us as unusual. Nice topic and fine shot!

Daryl said...

Cool and clever

Come see mine .. but apologies in advance if I dont get to any of yours .. this is a short week here and while there are less days there isnt any less work ..

:-Daryl

Lake Lady said...

I've tried to get that shot. Hope you weren't driving! LOL.
I'm playing at http://www.gunbarrelcitydailyphoto.blogspot.com/

Lake Lady said...

Also playing at Corsicana Daily Photo (Corsicana in your sidebar).

Louis la Vache said...

Good choice for Odd Shots! The first image had "Louis" guessing indeed!

"Louis" has posted an Odd Shot, snapped by Mme. la Vache last March.

B. Roan said...

Three great odd shots.

Jonna said...

I always love looking through those tubes on the back of trucks.

You can see mine here.

Denise said...

Hi Katney, wasn't as early as I planned, but my odd shot is up!

Yes...we're back!
Dxx

becky voyles said...

That was odd, Katney. Glad you put the last photo so we'd know what i was. I thought the 1st one was some sort of lights. Mine is up now.

Luke said...

very odd, really nice though.

J.C. Montgomery said...

I'm with gattina...I would have driven right around that truck. *shivers*

Here is mine. (My first time) This looks like it will be fun and interesting. Thanks for hosting it.

Perspective

JC said...

Good eye! I'd have never guess it was loaded on a truck either... guess they have to get where they're going somehow :-)