Wednesday, July 13, 2011

Three recent photos

That Burger Place

How to Roll a Cigarette

Silver-washed Fritillary

Three very different photos. A familiar logo, this time fenced in for some reason. A young girl rolling a cigarette at a cafe. And a macro photo of a butterfly that seemed to like me.

14 comments:

Barcelona m'enamora said...

The third is my favourite! Much better than McDonalds...;)

Luis Gomez said...

Great shots! All of them very interesting in their own way.

Bob Crowe said...

1) The public needs to be protected from Micky D's so the more fences the better. 2) I bet cigarettes cost a small fortune in Sweden but it always makes me sad to see young people smoking. 3) Spectacular. Sort of a cosmic blessing for you.

PerthDailyPhoto said...

Fab set of pictures Steffe, as you say all different, love the butterfly in macro.

Olivier said...

une belle serie, j'aime bien, surtout la premiere

Joe said...

That's one amazing butterfly.

Peter said...

Interesting Trio - you have too many great shots, I like the hands, I thought she was praying at first, and that butterfly macro is superb, for all that Macca's is my choice.

brattcat said...

Three very interesting images in which you present three unconventional points of view.

Stephanie said...

Interesting! Fun to think about how each seemingly unrelated photo relates to the other!

T. Becque said...

McDonalds is everywhere! I saw this in Europe and was amazed that no matter where I went, there it was.

Gunn said...

Jeg liker dem alle tre!
Uvanlig og utradisjonelt!
Kreativ vinkling.

CaT said...

Mc should be caged... ;)
i do go there everu once in a while....

Alan said...

Great shots, all of them. I really love your take on the McDonalds logo. There's a street in Salzburg, Austria, where strict regulations are imposed on shop signs. So McDonalds had to tone down their usual "golden arches" - see http://photos.igougo.com/pictures-photos-p558546-McDonalds_sign_on_the_Getreidegasse.html

PPusa said...

The McPhoto really caught my eye. Very visual. Enjoyed also the Salzburg version.