7.12.2008

Project Black. Take Four.

Looking Up for Black
June 2008

My iTunes:  To Be Love by David Glenn

This shot was taken in Durango at the train station.  I mean, who doesn't love a lantern?  When we lived in Europe I as always enjoying finding new lights.  They are all so different!

I need to be clear about Mr. Linky...please sign up ONLY ONCE.  You just add the URL to your main page and people will always see your latest addition to the project.  If you have signed below more than once you may see that one (or more) of your names are taken off.  Thanks for trying to do this right....it's very time consuming to go to each individual post if you are up more than once!  Thanks for your help and thanks to those of you who have emailed me or contacted me when you realized what to do!

Everyone still having fun???

PROJECT BLACK PARTICIPANTS

27 comments:

kjpweb said...

Yep - still fun! Though I'm two behind! Thanks for the idea! Cheers, Klaus

Paul Nichols said...

Anna, I found a Black that even has your name on it. ;)

I really appreciate these Projects. I regret that I missed out on all the earlier ones. This is a great learning experience for me. Maybe someday, I can work my way up to your level. Well, at least close...

MyMaracas said...

Hello Anna,

I found my way in from JC's blog and wanted to get in on the fun. Hope there's room for one more?

Love your photos!

Vicki

Mishelle Lane Photography said...

That is awesome, Anna! I have a red one just like it. :D

Carletta said...

I love this photo!
This is so dear to my heart. My Dad collected these for many years before his death. I have a couple he gave me (brown) and my Mom still has his hanging in her garage.

I didn't think I'd like black - but I'm loving it!

Robert said...

Great looking shot. I knew it was a matter of time before we saw you looking up. I on the other hand couldn't get much lower. Literally speaking, not figuratively. Once again you had a great find for black.

Gattina said...

What a simple lamp can do ! a nice picture ! I am driving through black tunnels around the Garda Lake in Ital y !

quilly said...

This is fantastic. I am in love with old lanterns and oil lamps.

AND, I did a looking up photo for #4, too!

Geraldo said...

Anna, what will come after black, project invisible?
The creativity of the participants is amazing, it's hard to find something original after looking at so many great pictures!

Just posted my first take...

spwriter said...

Love the perspective. I never used to look up much...until that creepy scene in Aliens. Now I'm always looking up. It's surprising how many cool things you discover when you're watching out for aliens.

My latest project black pic just flew into view in as I was sitting in my truck, staring at the Colorado mountains, sipping iced tea, and contemplating the meaning of life while listening to Samuel Barber's Adagio for Strings.

Leonard Blumfeld said...

The Old House in Hereford, UK, has much black.

ilanadavita said...

Fun project; thanks a lot.

Robin said...

Great shot, there is so much character in old lanterns if you just look for it, as you certainly have.

May I make a suggestion about the Mr. Linkie for next month? I think it would be easier for people to follow if you posted a new linkie each day, just for that day's posts. If you've got the free account it will only display the most recent, but everyone will still be able to open and view the previous days' links just by clicking on it. Each day's would also be shorter this way, just with the people participating that day, so no need for you to go through and try and sort out multiple listings :).

Just my 2 cents, ignore them if they don't work for you.

JC said...

Neat lantern, especially if it really lit... and yes, having fun, of course!

JFargo said...

Love your color projects, and definitely still having fun! This one in particular has been somewhat difficult for me, which makes it even more interesting!

Anna said...

We both posted lanterns this time.... Unintentionally. That's pretty funny. It's some kind of "anna" sixth sense.

Bunny Trails said...

Fun shot! I like the angle. I'm still a couple behind, having only posted my second take. But I'm enjoying the projects and viewing the variety of photos. Thanks! :D

Dianne said...

Great fun!

I decided to do a home tour looking for black. Funny how little I have when it's one of my most favorite colors!!

BUT - some of the black I'm finding I didn't realzie was there lol

love the lantern

and thanks again!

and double thanks for cleaning up Linky

Jenty said...

Love the lantern!
Yip, I'm enjoying this one, my 4th one is up, though it's going to be tough when I am work this week :)

CG said...

Well spotted!! I'm a bit behind too!

J.C. Montgomery said...

I've just discovered this, and it looked like so much fun I couldn't pass up an opportunity to participate. Thanks!

stefanie said...

Hi, just found your Project Black the other day. Even though only one of them is looking up, I put them all on anyway. Hope I linked the right way! Love your blog...

annette said...

I agree, who doesn't love a lantern, great shot Anna. :0)

photowannabe said...

Love the lantern Anna and i like seeing your "looking up" pictures again.
My Black-take 4 is up now.

Palbo said...

El gato estaba en el sillón, durmiendo, con la cabeza para abajo como siempre, en esa posición que me hace pensar que sabe lo que es una anteflexión y que apoya su cabeza contra el suelo para estirar su columna.

Jeanne Damoff said...

Yes, still having fun! And having a hard time keeping up with everyone's posts. I want to see them all!

Lanterns are lovable indeed. I like your angle on this shot. Adds a unique perspective.

lissa said...

I'm behind, so how many of these are we suppose to do?