16 April 2010

Photo Hunt Covered


The theme for the week's Photo Hunt is covered, Here are a couple of photos ofour incinerator which of course has a lid to cover it. I like that fire shoots out of the hole n the cover.

45 comments:

Mar said...

That's a special take on the theme, glad there is a lid too ! the flames look fantastic.

covered!

Annie said...

Those are cool looking fire shots. I'm glad the cover has a hole in it too. Have a great weekend.

CalumCarr said...

What or whom do you burn?

jams o donnell said...

Thanks all.

Calum I assure you we only burn heretics at our house!

Anonymous said...

Very original. Happy weekend.

Sue St Clair said...

That does look cool! We are not allowed to have them here in Toronto. Nice take on the theme, definitely different. :) Have a nice weekend!

Liz said...

Beautiful!

nursemyra said...

sensational capture

ipanema said...

great shots you have here! thanks for the visit. :)

Tom D' Biker said...

I agree. Great shots for the theme.

jmb said...

That's interesting. We haven't been able to use incinerators for forty years in this part of the world. No safety regulations forbidding it in the land of rules?

Happy weekend to you Jams.

ian said...

whoa. i never thought an incinerator can look this cool. nice one indeed!

EG Wow said...

Cool shots of the flames shooting through the covers!

Carver said...

Great shots. I thought it was an artistic lantern of some kind until I saw you said it was an incinerator. Happy weekend.

sassy mom said...

amazing take for this week's theme. love the creativity...

YTSL said...

A very original take on the theme -- and one that has produced cool photos! :)

susan said...

Beautiful images, Jams.

Randi said...

Very creative and artistic take on this theme. I love it!
Happy weekend.

Rach said...

I would never have thought to use an incinerator for this theme! I love the contrast between the light of the fire and the darks of the rest of teh shots

luna miranda said...

interesting take on the theme.:p

magiceye said...

wonderful take on the theme!

Maya said...

Love the pics, I'd have never guessed what it was. Thanks for stopping in at mayarn.

Greyscale Territory said...

Dramatic shots! It's a long time since I have seen an incinerator in operation! Often outlawed here in Australia unless you get permission to burn from the council!

jams o donnell said...

Thanks everyone!

gengen said...

Wow that is a fascinating shot...Happy hunting..

Life Ramblings said...

interesting shots for the theme.

EastCoastLife said...

We don't keep incinerators in our homes in our part of the world. There's a possibility that murder cases will rise. :P

Anonymous said...

Very cool - love the flames.

Eden said...

I like the cook flame photos!

A. @ A Changing Life said...

Wow! it looks as though it's about to take off. :)

Scott said...

Yeh, I like those fire shots too. You definitely got it COVERED and thanks for dropping by my blog and I hope I see you again soon.

jams o donnell said...

Thanks everyone!

Marites said...

it looks like it's going to burst! great captures! happy weekend!

Gattina said...

What a good idea ! never thought of that ! I wanted to put a picture of an ash cloud covered sky, but the sky is so blue as if we were at the Cote d'Azur ! Airport is closed, whole Europe in a mess, but the sky is uncovered, lol !

Bonggamom said...

Cool, I've never seen that before!

My ph post is up:
http://bonggamom.blogspot.com/2010/04/covered.html

Lisa said...

I really appreciate how you take ordinary and make it artistic.

noel said...

aloha,

what a great interpretation of the theme today, very creative and colorful, i love the unusual takes you do and the drammatic colors

Alice Audrey said...

I thought at first it was a still. I've never seen a back yard incinerator before.

Marta said...

The incinerator is so cool looking especially the first picture with the raging fire going. We had one when I was growing up. I hadn't remembered it for a long time but I have memories of my dad standing out in the alley tending the fire. We would burn papers and some garden refuge. They banned them ages ago mostly for air quality issues. I think some areas (mostly rural) can still have bonfires to burn garden/yard waste.

I've really enjoyed the last two week's photos. They are showing a bit of your local area which I've found very interesting.

healingmagichands said...

Very cool pictures, and a glorious take on the theme. We are not allowed to have back yard incinerators here since too many toxic things get burned in them. But I remember having one when I was a little girl.

I'm afraid my offering is what you would expect to find on the garden blog. . .flowers!
http://healingmagichands.wordpress.com/2010/04/17/photohunt-covered/

Welshcakes Limoncello said...

Yes, a brilliant take on the theme.

Colin Campbell said...

I miss an open fire. Not allowed where I have lived for many years.

Lorna said...

fire is fascinating, don't you think?

I had a weak connection to "fire" in my photo this week

CherryPie said...

Great idea for the theme, love the photos :-)

Jerry said...

Awesome - love the way the sparks fly around after they escape the cover!