Wednesday, July 09, 2008

ANNA'S PROJECT BLACK TAKE 1


Anna Carson has started a new project. The project is the color BLACK.
I found this propane tank decorated like cowhide. I think its a perfect start for BLACK.
Find out who else has joined the challenge by going to my sidebar and clicking on Anna's Photo of the Day.
In fact, why don't you join too?
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42 comments:

Raven said...

Very cool.

quilly said...

Camouflaged, right? I thought there was a propane tank around here somewhere but all I see is this huge cow ....

You started the project with a smile.

Zsolt72 said...

yes, very cool:) And very creative!

Cimba7200 said...

Interesting photo. Unusual to paint a propane tank that colour, but maybe it helps to make it blend into the surroundings? - Dave

Pequete said...

This is brilliant - both the subject and the photograph - I like the way the shadows play with the spots.

Mike said...

Terrific! Great start to Project Black.

Paul Nichols said...

Cool idea. Cool shot.

Mishelle Lane Photography said...

I love that! It's so original!

Kim from Hiraeth said...

Was it on a milk farm?

Ex-Shammickite said...

Was it in the middle of a field with a herd of black'n'white cows, just trying to fit in???
Seems a weird colour scheme for a propane tank!

Texas Travelers said...

What "pequete" said.
Great photo.

Thanks for the visit,
Troy

gaz said...

i like it... made me smile.

Robert said...

That's a fun find. Very nice entry for Project Black indeed!

Anna said...

Never seen one those in black and white before! Great shot!!!

ellen b said...

Ha! That's great. Makes me smile..

Jeanne Damoff said...

How fun and whimsical! :)

MedaM said...

This is interesting and creative photo; it looks like cow patterns. I like it!

Carletta said...

That's fun!

Willow said...

Oh, very good! Love it.

Britt said...

So unique! I love it!

CG said...

GRRR...this is TOO GOOD!! I love it well seen!

Dianne said...

that is fantastic

big surprise for anyne who tries to milk it!

wonderful shot

lavenderlady said...

Creative...better than my ivy, I think

Outhouse Capital of Canada said...

I just read through all the comments and no one picked up on the augument over wether black is a color/colour.
I did a search on Google and there is some suprising auguments on the subject.
Just to let you know, Oliver is a desert area, we have had less than 3 inches of rain since January 1st, there is sagebrush and cactus here. If you drive from California along Hwy 97, there is lots of desert country all the way into Canada, Yucca grows great here.

JC said...

That is unique... most folks try to draw attention away from their tanks! Great find... I would have bet someone would do a cow... I would have lost the bet guessing how ;-)

Still said...

That's a cool idea!

Beverly said...

I love it. I have to get one up yet today.

Jenty said...

How cool is that! very funky

Mar said...

I am getting new ideas for our tank :)
Great shot!

joan said...

That's great!! What a clever way to diguise a tank.

Janet said...

Mmmooooooooooooo!

Rebecca said...

MOO! :)

lynn said...

How fun!

Kekiinani said...

HA ha ha Sue. That is just toooo funny.. :) :) Great find..
Will call you since I am returning to Calif. on Aug 11th. Hope we can finally meet up. That would be awesome. E mail me when you have a moment. Aloha, Renee :)

J. Andrew Lockhart said...

I like this! :)

Robin said...

Fabulous!

June said...

Your tank isn't the first decorated one I've seen, but it's one of the best. Good one!

Karen of Sillymonkeez said...

How unusual! What a great find!!

Louis la Vache said...

"Louis" is most appreciative of this 'cowhide' photo.

{Editor to "Louis:" You might not appreciate it so much if it were YOUR hide!

"Louis:" (gulp)]

On a happier note, "Louis" et Mme. la Vache celebrate their premier anniversaire today.

Laurie said...

Now that's not something you see every day! Clever and good for the topic.

kml said...

haha!! that's a way to disguise it! hopefully nobody comes along and shoots the cow!

Tomate Farcie said...

Best looking propane tank I've ever seen! :)

TF (came from Don Kinney's fabulous photoblog)