The title of this blog comes from a Gaelic expression -"putting on the poor mouth"-which means to exaggerate the direness of one's situation in order to gain time or favour from creditors.
what a unique angle--I would have never guessed it to be a wind chime!
the perspective left me hanging for a bit. great angle.
I would have never guessed what it was if you hadn't told us. I like the way you shot it. Happy weekend.
Wow Unusual. We had to take ours down because they were too noisy. Need to find another spot for them.
That angle is making me feel very dizzy!!
That's a quite unusual perspective.
I would have never guessed what that was. It looks more like machinery than a wind chime. Cool shot! And I read the post below about Woodhenge. That made the news here in the states too, and it's amazing that they are still discovering things like that. I would have thought that they had completely explored that place by now! I visited Stonehenge years ago, on Boxing Day, and it was closed so I could only look at it through the fence. I'd like to go back someday.
Nice and interesting angle. Great take!
i imagine you'd be underneath it to get this shot: so... how's the neck? or your back? hehe twas a shot worth taking though =]
Interesting view... I have to find my wind chimes. Somehow it always feels cooler if the breeze catches the windchimes in my bedroom window.http://mudpuddle.wordpress.com/2010/07/24/photohunter-hanging/
i love wind chimes--the sound is enchanting.
i love wind chimes! nice choice.happy weekend! :)
A wonderful angle from which to take the shot. Great choice.
I was wondering what those were!
That's a wild perspective.
A crazy, wonderful perspective of your wind chimes! I have the still version in my post!
Great perspective, beautiful sound :)hanging
I couldn't tell at first it's a windchime. I could understand why you took this chime in a different angle. Pretty good shot!
Wow. Cool angle. I had to read to figure out what it was.
I almost did wind chimes and now I am glad I didn't. Your shot is so amazing, great perspective. And I like the monochrome treatment, it is just right for this shot.I played today. http://healingmagichands.wordpress.com/2010/07/24/photohunt-hanging/
You had everybody fooled! I had to move my chimes indoors too when I bought a condo.
You have such an artistic eye, Jams!
Wow! What a neat way of looking at the chimes :) Great pic!
Great shot I like it in b&w. Happy Saturday!PhotoHunt~Hanging
Cool shot...Happy hunting.Mine is here
That is a cool but very bizarre photo. Kinda surreal also. I thought it might be a light socket at first but no idea it was a windchime. Very imaginative post. PS: Sorry about the problems posting comments last week. My host was having problems. Thanks for stopping by.
You always throw in a twist!Brilliant~
What a cool shot of the wind chime. I love the effect too.Mariposa's PH!
You could use that shot for one of those "What am I?" puzzles. That's a great rose arch above.
Very interesting angle, I love it!
I had to look at this for a while before I worked it out.Great :-)
Luckily you explained that to us, I had no clue to what it was looking at the photo before reading.Happy weekend Jams.word verification: lecher!
I love wind chimes -- they remind me of the lazy, breezy summertime back in my hometown. Nice angle, it didn't look like a chime to me hadn't you explained so.Happy weekend, Jams.Sreisaat Adventures
Wild perspective! I love the texture of the leaves on the "ceiling" of your shot!! Thanks also for your kind words on my own pic!! :-)
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