U 'neak up on it! Ok, that is a play on a really old and lame joke, but it is kind of what I did yesterday.
There is a pumpkin sale going on at a major intersection near where I work. I've been wanting to take my camera over there and snap some shots and yesterday seemed as good a day as any.
Down a hill below this corner there is a Walgreens. I got some really great shots from this low perspective looking up the hill from the parking lot. But, I needed to get closer and I felt guilty about "stealing" pumpkins. After all, it was a charity pumpkin sale.
So, I walked up the hill and gave them $20 for $17 worth of gourds (which will make their appearance here later) and politely asked if I could take some pictures. They were more than happy to oblige and I spent a good half hour snapping away to my heart's content. I was fascinated by these random blue pumpkins sitting in the middle of the masses of orange.
Today, I'm linking up with Pixel Dust Photo Art's Photo Art Friday with today's featured image. For this composition I used Bonnie's "Medieval Magic" and "Dear John" textures.
Having added RadLab to my photographic arsenal, I couldn't resist playing with these unique blue pumpkins to some really neat effects. Hope you enjoy them.
And finally, the same shot as the featured image, but processed with Radlab and no textures