More Blue For You

Yesterday’s challenge post of blue was one of the ideas I had scribbled in my notebook.

Ppl waist down in jeans – line up?  Brick wall?  Alley behind paint shop?

And that’s what I did.  I lined them up.  On a graffiti infested garage door.

I liked what I was seeing on my [could-it-be-any-smaller] LCD screen but just to be sure, I had my lovely co-workers move around.  I wasn’t feeling the second pose we had going on and then I had to move because a car was making its way down the alley.  And I took advantage of my new position.

More Blue

I dig this.  (BTW, I have absolutely no idea why I’ve been “digging” stuff lately.  It just feels right for the time being.  Bear with me.)  The perspective is interesting, I love that you can see down the alley [and I really like this alley], and the car makes me think “we’re not alone”.  And Susan’s boots – ow ow! The only thing I don’t like is that you can’t see six pairs of legs.  But it’s a keeper.

When we were leaving to get back to the office because we had some important lunch plans (Patrick O’Sheas on Main is super yummy and super crowded, just so you know) I took more photos.

I think it was DAd or maybe Kelly (I get the two confused sometimes) that said not to take pictures of people’s fannies.  I guess it’s unflattering [even though it’s my good side].  But I did.  Too bad, so sad.

And we

Someone was joking that it felt like we were shooting an album cover.  JWingo quipped that they’d all have to have serious faces or look angry to pull that off.  But I really think this has that “album cover” look.

“We don’t care so we’re walking away.”

“Yes, that’s my good side and I know how to rock it.”

“Don’t you wish your girlfriend was hot like me.”

Thanks again to my co-workers [Ashleigh, Amanda, Susan, AmyHasBangs, JWingo and PodMate] for putting up with my silliness and letting me have some fun with the challenge.  I really appreciate it.  And I’m hoping you guys will be game for more outings since the weather is starting to look up.

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March 14, 2010 - 10:00 am

Shelli - Very cool shots! I agree, album art for sure!

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