Wayzata, Minnesota

Tuesday, October 1, 2013

Thematic Photographic - Multiples

Multiples of any sort, that's what Carmi has presented as our theme for this week!



Come sail with me, there are multiple choices in all shapes and styles.

"If one does not know to which port one is sailing, (multiple?) no wind is favorable." - Lucius Annaeus Seneca

The sign reads, "How many baby items in the jar"
Multiple items.

Pick any seat, they're all open for now!
"Love is what makes two people sit in the middle of the bench when there is plenty of room at both ends."
To catch other multiples at Carmi's TP please go here


TexWisGirl said...

i like the first and last shots a lot.

Cloudia said...

Nice treatment, Doc!

ALOHA from Honolulu
Comfort Spiral
=^..^= <3

Bob Scotney said...

Why can't I find a single empty bench when I need one? Where was that shot taken, Karen?

Karen S. said...

Bob, that was taken in Linden Hills, Minneapolis, on Lake Harriet, in front of the band shelter. I recently posted photos taken right from one of those benches when I attended the 911 Celebrations this September 11th! It's one of my favorite places, all times of the year.

Leovi said...

Very nice photos, delicious ... the snow banks!

Sue said...

I especially love the first and last and the quotes that go with them!


smalltownme said...

While the first and third are beautiful artistic shots, the middle one made me laugh! Thanks for that!

ifthethunderdontgetya™³²®© said...

"Love is what makes two people sit in the middle of the bench when there is plenty of room at both ends."

Or cold...Great pics, Karen!

Michèle Dextras said...

Excellent interprétations of multiples! We are all so creative!

Gilly said...

I like the seats a lot! And the first one - the masts being so many and so close together make a real multiple photo! Great shots

Max Sartin said...

The baby items made me laugh, but the color (or lack thereof) with the benches is way cool.

Anonymous said...

Karen, these are real beauties. I love them all, but I think my favourite is the shot of the benches. There's just something poignant about the scene. Maybe how lonely it looks with the snow-covered grounds.