WEEKLY PHOTO CHALLENGE: EERIE – WATCHES AND WAITS

She who watches - 1

A spectral watcher at the window. Who is it? She does nothing, just watches and waits. But for what does she wait?

Watcher - 2

I had so much fun with this. I love doing this kind of messing around. It turns photography into a different art … not quite photography anymore, but something else. Artographs I call them and these are properly eerie, a watcher outside the window. Silent, waiting. Who is it and what does she want?

Author: Marilyn Armstrong

Writer, photography, blogger. Previously, technical writer. I am retired and delighted to be so. May I live long and write frequently.

27 thoughts on “WEEKLY PHOTO CHALLENGE: EERIE – WATCHES AND WAITS”

        1. There is something about the derelict creations of man that are eerie, sad and make great photo ops! I just have to be careful around here not to bump into non-human inhabitents who tend to take up residence in these place. Some of them are not friendly (racoons, bobcats, fishers, skunk and so much more … and of cours … rats).

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            1. Out here in the country? Oh yeah. Actually, it’s probably more dangerous in the city where the predators are humans hanging out in the abandoned buildings. That would scare me a lot more.

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    1. Thank you πŸ™‚ I had a lot of fun with it. It’s what you get when you take a picture of your reflection in a very dirty glass window of an abandoned building. Come to think of it, it was pretty creepy. No way I was going into that building … there were Things In There!

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