So Long and Thanks for All the Fish

16 comments on “So Long and Thanks for All the Fish”

  1. The trees are quite relaxing, but all that negative space at the bottom puts me on edge. Quite a nice dynamic you have going on there. Also, this looks like it might be a good place to dump the body of the person who stole your teapot.

  2. i like the whole creepy, angsty mood of this one.. well done.. 🙂

  3. Nice job here; it appears I’m looking right into the sun but it still seems very gloomy.

  4. i hate when it rains fish all day. when the air gets all fish-oily,nothing sticks anymore. i get stains under my arms.

  5. LOL at Seraphine. Did you send your rain over to us, Elaine? We’re supposed to have thunderstorms this afternoon!

  6. Love the mood…and your title made me laugh!!!

  7. very sombre mood, so cool and love the title

  8. It certainly does have a gloomy feel to it. I like it…though now I am going to go lie down face down on the floor. 🙂

  9. first when I read the title..I thought you were moving your site? I think not? Nice imagery!!

  10. That’s quite a title. You have me intrigued. I really like this image. Of course you know how I feel about power lines, so you had me there, but it looks like a Holga. (iPhone has Apps for that) I’m as curious as a cat. The car window could have done this too.

  11. Its gonna be a bright sun shinny day.

  12. A new saying "Its raining Goldfish and Tuna" instead of "raining cats and dogs" 🙂

  13. it does look like a good-bye kind of shot. driving off!

  14. dj.tigersprout says:

    hello darling!! this is so wonderfully spooky!!! reminds me of poltergeist or something from the 80’s… maybe blair witch! 🙂 whats the title mean? and is this taken with that exotic japanese digital holga? i need to order one of those…!! kisses to you… xoxoxoxoxoxoxoxoxoxoxo

  15. What? Has the Vogon Construction Fleet arrived!!?

  16. Sweetheart, you really know how to feed my need for beauty. This one’s really knock me off my feet. Power lines, blurry treetops & your great composition soothes my soul more than word can ever describe. Love it, Elaine. Can’t help but love it! All the best & safe travels, Fritsch.

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