Who's Who?

Posted by Bettina (Los Angeles, United States) on 28 December 2010 in Documentary & Street and Portfolio.

It's normal old Silly Tuesday. No more twinkling lights and mistletoe and cookies. Back to the grind. Even though I just may keep up the tree until February like I did last year. it's so pleasant. We need more holidays.

Manola from Bassens, France

A glance which scrutinizes us a soft Silly Tuesday..

28 Dec 2010 5:17am

Yvon from Orleans, France

wow, wonderful composition, Betty

28 Dec 2010 6:27am

clodagh smith from Sacramento, United States

hah! this is fantastic. simulacrum. congrats on this!

28 Dec 2010 6:45am

PhotOpus from Aix-en-Provence, France

Une composition qui méritait d'être montrée. Bravo.
I wish you a very happy holiday season

28 Dec 2010 6:47am

NaDu from Köln, Germany

Amazing joke this double owl. The blue sky brings it to the point and I'm very much enjoyed by the play of in and out of the frames.

28 Dec 2010 6:47am

Annie Viguié from Bordeaux, France

I love idea and its realization ! ;o)

28 Dec 2010 6:52am

The Mouse from Glasgow, United Kingdom

Brilliant, who's looking at who?

28 Dec 2010 2:43pm

CElliottUK from Reading, United Kingdom

A word to the wise-someone is standing on your right ear! Lovely quirky shot!

28 Dec 2010 2:54pm

STEED from Somewhere, France

Welcome to Edgar Allan Poe's Universe .....

28 Dec 2010 2:55pm

k@ from Paris, France

Hee hee, love that l°^°k !

28 Dec 2010 2:56pm

@k@: you are good at those little symbols! :)

Bruno from froyennes, Belgium

I keep also my tree till february ... he is then so awfull ;-)

28 Dec 2010 3:04pm

@Bruno: Yes, by then they are dust... :)

guillaume from Paris, France

Great title for a great capture ! *****

28 Dec 2010 3:19pm

The Wakeful Tree from Mumbai, India

cool capture

28 Dec 2010 3:20pm

Adela Fonts from Barcelona, Spain

Wonderful composition! A great capture! Best regards, Adela

28 Dec 2010 3:20pm

PATRICK from miramas, France

just excellent

28 Dec 2010 3:34pm

jpla from St Barthélémy d, France

Excellent ! Je te souhaite une agréable soirée
JP

28 Dec 2010 3:40pm

Florence from Paris, France

Ahahah ! Love it. I definitely agree with you as far as holidays are concerned. ;-)

28 Dec 2010 3:47pm

vu@granby - Wolfgang from Granby, Québec, Canada

I agree, we need more holidays, but then I realize that when you are retired like I am every day is a holiday! ;-) Love the composition with the powerful blue sky!

28 Dec 2010 3:52pm

grouser from Ludlow, United Kingdom

A word to the wise, Owl have to say that's a hoot :)

28 Dec 2010 3:54pm

@grouser: LOL. You're a wise guy.

Anna.C from LA ROCHELLE, France

nice and funny capture ! I like owls and I made the collection during a long time!

28 Dec 2010 4:04pm

Eric Cousineau from Sherwood Park, Canada

A cute ST offering Bettina! Hope you had a great Christmas with your family! ;-)

28 Dec 2010 4:11pm

PRASHANT from Mumbai, India

Great...Nicely spotted.

28 Dec 2010 4:23pm

Franz from Baden, Austria

cool image, well observed!

28 Dec 2010 4:28pm

Don from Spokane, United States

A fine post of this wise looking bird. I like the insert of a close up too. That, and I like the idea of the tree until February. We need a January holiday of some type.

28 Dec 2010 4:31pm

alex centrella from California, United States

nice catch ...

28 Dec 2010 4:32pm

Tomix from landerneau, France

wow! wouww! superb! :))
i keept my tree too until february last year :))

28 Dec 2010 4:33pm

mseguid from Es Castell-Menorca-I Balears, Spain

It´s funny. I like it

28 Dec 2010 5:18pm

M@ndy from London, United Kingdom

great find

28 Dec 2010 5:21pm

Calusarus from St Sorlin en Valloire, France

Cheers for this find. A nice shot

28 Dec 2010 5:42pm

Vinay from Bangalore, India

Cool example for optical illusion I guess! Love the composition. How did you achieve this shot?

28 Dec 2010 6:33pm

@Vinay: There was a cartoon movie playing about owls which was being advertised and I thought it was funny that there was another real/fake owl right on top.

Gloutonnerie Visuelle from PARIS, France

i like that

28 Dec 2010 6:34pm

Howard F. from South Pasadena, Calif., United States

It's customary for me to keep the xmas lights until after Chinese New Year. So... February for this year? :)

28 Dec 2010 6:36pm

@Howard F.: Sounds good to me!

john4jack from Corvallis, Oregon, United States

terrific. at the very least, we have 12 days of Christmas

28 Dec 2010 6:38pm

Sam from Chennai, India

Wonderful composition. Nice capture :)

28 Dec 2010 6:48pm

Melocoton from Salamanca, Spain

funny picture, Betty, very well done and very well seen.
Paul kiss.

28 Dec 2010 7:19pm

ORBIT from Kerman, Iran

hee hehe : ))
Coooool. : )

28 Dec 2010 9:33pm

Georgie from Sherwood Park, Canada

Art imitating art; imitating reality..... Great ST capture

28 Dec 2010 11:47pm

Becky from los angeles, United States

well seen Bettina! This is great! Too fuuny.

29 Dec 2010 12:04am

DowsherVision from PARIS, France

Very well done ;)

29 Dec 2010 1:42am

flyingwind风飞扬 from Bridgetown, Barbados

Interesting object and capture!

29 Dec 2010 3:12am

Phil Morris from Saskatoon, Toronto, Canada

A funny treasure, very beautiful colors. The look on the owl is straight out of
comic strip humor.

29 Dec 2010 3:33am

Céline from New York City, United States

Cool composition !

29 Dec 2010 4:34am

Michael Rawluk from Williams Lake, BC, Canada

He looks like he is hiding from someone.

29 Dec 2010 4:39am

David Crane from Los Angeles, United States

Very funny.

29 Dec 2010 6:55am

CATCHLIGHT from Reading, United Kingdom

yes, well 'twitched' Bettina.

29 Dec 2010 12:23pm

Putter from Brugge, Belgium

Terrific. :)

29 Dec 2010 2:13pm

Ralph Jones from Detroit, United States

Great image and title.

30 Dec 2010 3:28am

Earnest from Oklahoma, United States

Well done all around.... Cooooool.

31 Dec 2010 9:19pm

Steve Rice from Olympia, United States

Totally cool and clever!

6 Jan 2011 7:57pm

Jason Politte from Conway, AR, United States

Ha - very well seen!

27 Jul 2011 12:32am

Nikon D60
1/3200 second
F/4.8
ISO 200
255 mm (35mm equiv.)

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