WARNING! This post is graphic intensive.
I’ve finished my project for The Scent of Water photo swap and mailed it to Christine of Mumblings of the Incoherent blog. “Reflections” is this month’s theme.
This is my submission, Mallards in the pond at Tucson’s Agua Caliente Park.
I printed the photo on a card so I could write a note to Christine.
After playing around with my camera, I decided to include an additional picture and framed both in magnetic frames so she can replace the pictures at will. She may not like rubber ducks.
I started thinking about other ways to play with the reflections concept and came out with this wacky activity to occupy myself. It’s a little pictorial story set to music about the two rubber ducks (Mr. Lonely and Baby) floating about in my pool. I couldn’t resist having fun with yet another example of reflections.
Bobby Moore & The Rhythm Aces’ 1966 song Searching for My Love popped in my head—also a type of reflection. It’s about a guy (Mr. Lonely) searching for his lost love (Baby) and reflecting on his actions in causing this loss.
Activate the music and then pretend the following lyrics and pictures are a little video correlating to it.
Source: stationery from Crafters Paper and Supply
True love found!
P.S. No rubber duckies were harmed in the making of this example of my incipient insanity.