Thursday, April 14, 2011

For my SKULL LOVER Friends



I love this photo! And I know all my skull lover friends out there will love it, too. I took this last week while in downtown Roanoke. I just happened to drive down the right street and I'm lucky I didn't crash because when I saw this huge skull on the window, I couldn't pull over fast enough to grab my camera. It's hard to get the feel for how big this skull is. Trust me ~ it's a LARGE window. How great is this? Do you love the reflections showing in the window?

9 comments:

Anne Huskey-Lockard said...

Oh WOW!!!
I did a double take when I saw this....first I thought you had used a skull layer on a photo...then it was nooooo; that's on a window!!!
Which leads to the next question...who owns the place? Is it etched, etc etc etc!!!
LOVE IT!!! :-D

XXOO~~
Anne

Marion said...

Awesome photo! I love it, too!

Blessings,
Marion

yoborobo said...

OOOOooooooh! You know I love this! And that it is up and not Halloween! lol! I'm with Anne, I want to know if it is etched on there (sneak up and take a look, Audrey! he he!). Happy skully weekend - xox Pam

Marlene said...

Very cool photo. The reflections give the skull an even more eerie look.

Sea Witch said...

Wow. this is so cool. Love that huge skull on the window, what fun that must be. Thanks for swimming by today and I have to agree. Lavender brings marvelous remembrance to things around us. Although my mother never used lavender (she loved gardenia) it is a scent that I first came aware of at the India Pavillion at the NY World's Fair. I fell in love with it as a child and it has stayed with me. I have it everywhere in my house, car and anywhere else I can sprinkle it. I hope my granddchildren will associate with lavender as they grow older. It is a good memory that makes one smile.

Dosfishes at Sparkle Days Studios said...

I knew Anne would be the first to find it Audrey. Great photo, how clever you were to find it. xox Corrine

Deborah said...

Kinda creepy, yet interesting! At first I thought it was a skullie tree house! **kisses** Deb

Jan said...

eerie! and cool. Thanks for sharing it Aud.

PeregrineBlue said...

i have to disagree. I am definitely not a skull nor a flame person. first of all they scare me. second of all they remind me of hell, thirdly, i tend to think of rotting cadavers when i see them. just not my kinda thing but since i stopped by i got spooked.