6.30.2008

Meter Reader

Kilowattage
June 2008

My iTunes: Forever You May Run by Gavin Rossdale

Sorry this is so quick. Our company arrived so we are headed out for the evening. I snapped this today while at my photo shoot. These meters work overtime here in Atlanta. It is awfully hot and humid this time of year. I am missing the rainy cold days of London.

16 comments:

Anonymous said...

What? Zero comments? hehe I didn't even read this, but wanted to say HEY. HEY. Miss you! See you soon!! TT

kenju said...

The grass is always greener, huh? I just got a big batch of new photos from London, so you may be seeing some soon.

quilly said...

Sitting here in a puddle of sweat, I have no sympathy to offer you. My ceiling fans are spinning so quickly the house roof is hovering a couple of inches above the walls ....

tommie said...

such a creative shot for something so ordinary!

The lower temps was one of the things I was looking forward to the most when we found out we were moving to KY in the summer time!

Mark said...

We hit 100 degrees today, so this meter picture made me cringe a bit.

We are glad that this part of Texas is not nearly as humid as even where we came from in Arkansas, much less Atlanta.

Britt said...

The lighting, the angle... its all wonderful! Like someone already said, such a creative take on something very ordinary!

Robert said...

All I can say is Praise God for air conditioning! Ours hasn't stopped all day. I hope you're enjoying your company and hope it was a great photo shoot today. You're a real life working photographer. I'm soooo jealous. :)

Robin said...

Taking the ordinary and making it special; that's your signature, Anna.

:)

Have fun with your friends--I know you'll make them feel special, too!

Christy said...

It's been hot and humind here in Baltimore, too, but I was actually thinking today how I prefer this to London's perpetually cold rain...

I had a great photoshoot today -- I won't get around to posting all the pictures on the blog (although they will be featured over the next week or so), but I put about 20 up on facebook if you want to look see :)

Luke said...

very creative shot! interesting subject!

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Anna said...

Mm... not to sure how much I miss the rainy cold of London... I do miss London though the weather not so much though... I would be out of a job if the weather was always like that here!

Raven said...

Cool photo. I just wanted to let you know that I gave you an award last week. Don't know if you missed my note or if you just don't want to be bothered. I just wanted to let you know what I said about you, which is really the point anyway...

"Anna Carson at Anna Carson Photography. Anna is a gifted photographer and her wonderful color projects have introduced me to some of my favorite people in the blogosphere, a world of beautiful photos - her own and others, and last, but not least - a new way of looking at the world through my camera lens. I've participated in Projects Green and Blue and am eagerly anticipating the next color challenge that is coming up in July."

Should you choose to accept your award (they are kind of a drag in some ways), you can "pick it up" here

Ms. Math said...

I absolutely love this photo! The way you can turn something so seemingly plain into something so artistic inspires me!

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