Saturday, June 23, 2007

Bite me!

Coconut Point Festival of Arts

Feeling crabby today.

Nothing much to say.

Come back another day!

Isabella

18 comments:

RamblingRound said...

Very artsy!

Sally said...

Oh, sorry to hear you have the crabs...
Enjoy the winter sun in Sydney! http://sydneynearlydailyphot.blogspot.com/

Ming_the_Merciless said...

Crabby mood-huh?

Hey, don't look at me. Sally started it.

Yes, she did!

Nikon said...

Interesting art & shadow.

Kuanyin said...

Laughing as usual from your words and the comments! Good one!

Beetle said...

Oh Isabella you shouldn't ;o) look at this crabby fellow,he even posed for you and made "Hi five" oh wait "Hi two" to the world ;o)

Pedp said...

A stunning picture. The shadow is as intriguing as the 'crab'...

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Jilly said...

ha-ha! Love this - beautiful shadow, v interesting piece of art.

Victoria said...

From the portal this looked like the real thing, and I was momentarily concerned for your safety. He doesn't look like he's in the mood to strike a pose! Very interesting artwork, and I love the shadow underneath.

Abraham Lincoln said...

I might even buy this one. Beautiful.

Abraham Lincoln
Brookville Daily Photo
My Published Photos

Lavenderlady said...

I prefer mine in the pot...steamed, ready to be chilled on ice...and then devoured. Yum, Dungeness crab!

Carlos said...

Wow, it fooled me from the distance. On a closer look it is almost as spectacular as a real one. Excellent shot.

Frank said...

I think a large pot of boiling water is called for.

marie6 said...

Very interesting, and I liked your short poem!

Moi said...

i love the shadow here
have a great weekend!!! :)

Someone in Al Ain said...

wooooooh..for a while i thought its real..

very very interesting picture

Nathalie said...

Hope your comment about feeling crabby was just to match the photo! I love this little guy!

JAM said...

I'd like to see the person brave enough to try to catch and boil this fella.

A really neat piece of art.