Lobe the pose of this shot and the dark shadows. Excuse me now while I wipe the drool from my lips.
I thought you had houseboys to handle such matters.This is one of my favourite pictures from that area, a cedar wood where the ground is thick with duff and moss, and your boots apt to sink deep into muck if you're not careful where you step. I like the suggestion of a very narrow slant of light and all else in complete darkness.Thank you for your compliment, Maddie.
Yes, some wonderful goodies here, and "upend down" (those puns!) is among the best of the lot. As usual, Tomass, thank you for sharing your manly charms and photographic skill. Would you say that Winter is quite near in your part of the world - and Jack Frost nipping at those nether regions? Bet you don't miss the mosquitoes.
I believe there are at least three ways to interpret the title, which pleases me, pun way or another.Snow (10 to 20 cm) is forecast tomorrow, along with an overnight low temperature of -11.0 Tuesday. Winter does seem on the verge of awakening.I don't miss the mosquitoes, not one little bit(e).It's good to know you stopped by, Jeffrey. Thank you for your kind words.
I'll 'ave to think about those "other interpretaions." Other titles could be "Invitation," or "At Your Service, M'Lord." Hmmm... "Taking All Cummers" or "Journey to the Center of Uranus" WOULD be a tad crass.
'Journey to the Centre of Uranus' - wasn't Deep Space, Nine Inches the sequel to that?Would you like my take on the title, or should I leave it to your imagination?