Can’t resist having a little fun with this week’s subject Captivating. So many things in life can be captivating, including Jake’s Lucky Snake logo with it’s hypnotic eyes. It captures my imagination, holds it, and makes me smile- that’s a great definition of captivating.
I loved this elephant clock, proudly displayed on the mantelpiece at Thrumpton Hall. I had just waved Lisa off on honeymoon and was speeding through the building, trying to capture as much as I could of this most captivating of venues. Posh frock packed away, and not expecting ever to visit the Hall again, every click counted. I didn’t mind being caught on camera. It was one more bit of evidence that I really was there. It wasn’t just a fairytale, though it well might have been!
I find this photo rather captivating too. All of twenty years ago.
Sentiment set aside, today I’m feeling much more mischievous. Is this a captivating image? Who is captive here? We were sitting on the seawall at Lagos watching the water dogs perform- a very captivating sight.
Held captive by the camera! I’m developing a liking for this kind of shot, though I suppose it belongs more to the subject of shadows. Just for today, I’m calling it a captive image.
I found this little fellow somewhat captivating, and his happy friend below. The gnomes of Wrocław were endearing in the extreme, and I expect I’ll have to return someday to track down a few more.
But the photo I find most captivating of all, has to be this one. I will never forget the moment that I stood stock still and simply stared. Porto, with all it’s crumpled and faded beauty, is a memory that will stay with me forever.
I know that Jake’s Comments box is going to be packed full of captivating images this week. One of my Sunday pleasures, when the chores are done, is to admire the other Sunday Post entries. Come with me? Just click on the lucky snake logo or the links.