Transmogrify

So,… there is a word I don’t see every day, or use for that matter. Now, what examples to find. As one fellow blogger put it “yikes”.

Into the archives. After much pawing about, I came up with a few pics that I hope will fit the bill. See what you think.

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My first find was discovered this past summer washed up on the beach at Tofino, British Columbia.  Transformed by wind and water over a number of years into this rather grotesque sculpture. I suspect it was at one time part of the root of a western red cedar. How long it was there is anybody’s guess; subject to the comings and goings of tide and time.

dsc_0203This one caught my eye as we were walking through Vancouver. And you thought windows were flat! Reminds me of the mirrors in the fun house at a carnival.

DSC_0785DSC_0786These two I have used before, but they are fun and shows what can happen when one has a shaky grip on the camera. We are not being invaded here, just the moon on the move.

So there you have it. I’m sure I could find other pics, but that digging I will leave up to you. Cheers. Transmogrify

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8 thoughts on “Transmogrify

  1. Sea Play Photography November 4, 2016 / 2:27 pm

    Nice shots! I love the movement of the lights

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  2. Margie November 2, 2016 / 4:17 pm

    I liked the building too. Very wonky view!

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    • Dan Drews November 3, 2016 / 7:04 pm

      There were other buildings that had reflections but not as impressive as this one. Thanks for your comment.

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  3. Maggie November 2, 2016 / 4:01 pm

    Looks like something might soon crawl out of the driftwood.

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    • Dan Drews November 3, 2016 / 7:02 pm

      I wasn’t about to stick my hand in there.

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    • Dan Drews November 3, 2016 / 7:00 pm

      Sometimes it pays to look up. Thanks for dropping by.

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