Monday, September 13, 2010

ABC WEDNESDAY LETTER " I "



Welcome to the wonderful world of " I " .
This IPOD advertisement
on the side of a New York City building IMPRESSED
me with ITS bright colors and very hip ILK.



IT'S IMPOSSIBLE to IGNORE the broken window while
looking at the IMAGES reflected in the glass.
IF you use your IMAGINATION
you can IDENTIFY the IMPOSING IMAGE of a face.
INTERESTING ISN'T IT?



During our Summer Church Camp we had many ICY decorations.
This IDEA IS so clever.
I had to show you how we IMITATED an IGLOO.
Hundreds of plastic opaque water jugs were glued together
with the bottoms facing the outside.
Don't they look like blocks of ICE?
The crafty people really IMPRESSED me with this IDEAL IGLOO.



I have no IDEA what this IMP is waiting for.
She must not be very IMPATIENT
sitting there on the floor for so many years.
ILLUMINATE your mind by visiting Mrs. Nesbitts link on my sidebar
to see what IMPRESSIONS others have posted.
Don't forget to enlarge each picture to see the detail.

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59 comments:

Wanda said...

I think you are just so clever, week after week with your ABC letters! I was an interesting one... I had to search through my pictures for this one...a real search!

That igloo is fabulous!

Olivier said...

j'aime beaucoup la photo de l'igloo ;))

Ginny said...

Yes, the igloo is interesting, icy, ingenius,intreguing, etc...I also love the flashy ipod ad. A wonderfully odball and georgous post from you, as usual...incredible!!!

dimaks said...

You got great hands in photography. wish i could take shots like you.

blog hopping here.. have a nice day!

AphotoAday said...

"I" love that igloo!

Sandra said...

I am LOVIN that broken window reflection, it does look just like a face. very interesting. i like the reflection, its almost like looking through into another world. wonder why they did not board that up for safety reasons. what a fantastic FIND>

Rumya said...

Interesting Images!! :)
Have a great week!!

Nanka said...

Clever post for I. Enjoyed the image of the face in the broken glass window.

Kay L. Davies said...

"I" love the water-bottle igloo. I must tell my sister-in-law about it as she and my youngest brother have two young, "i"maginative children. The iPod advertisement is rather nifty, isn't it?

Kay
Alberta, Canada

Kay L. Davies said...

PS
Yes, I see the face in the broken window. "In"teresting.

Kay
Alberta, Canada

Sylvia K said...

Oh, I love all your pics for the I Day! And you do indeed have the very best ones each week! You're such a clever and creative photographer! Hope you have a wonderful week!

Sylvia

Cezar and Léia said...

Fabulous IDEA, your I inspiration is wonderful!
BTW I love my ipod! :)
Léia

Rajesh said...

Wonderful choice of words and shots.

RuneE said...

You had more Is than one could shake an Icicle at!

But my favourite was that broken reflection - very neat!

Anna said...

Interesting choice of I-words and wonderful photos. The first image with the crack and the profile of a face is stunning and haunting!
Great post!
Best wishes,
Anna

Anna's abcWed rnd 7 post-'I'

Julie Reynolds said...

Great job. I love your pictures, and the "I" words to go with them.

EG Wow said...

You did a fabulous job with the letter I! I'm very IMPRESSED.

Reader Wil said...

Inventive, intelligent illustrations of I words!
Thanks for your visit!

Andy said...

The broken window reminds me of Alice Through the Looking Glass but I don't think she would have left a hole like that. Anyway it's a great photo.

Hilary said...

Excellent as always. Your broken glass face looks like it should be on one of those iPod silhouetted bodies. :)

Kate said...

The top photo is a little sexy, don't you think?

Carver said...

Fantastic post for the letter I. Your words and photographs are all great. That was wild how the face appeared in the broken glass.

Jingle said...

modern and fun i post.

Gramma Ann said...

I saw the face in the window. What a clever idea someone had to think to make an Igloo out of plastic bottles. Enjoyed your many uses of the I word today.

Kansas Bob said...

Hard to do "i" without doing an Apple product. :)

Gayle said...

The igloo is awesome. Never would have guessed at first glance those were plastic bottles. People are so clever.

Tumblewords: said...

Wow - an impressive I post. I absolutely love the igloo and am already calculating how many gallons of milk it's going to take to make my very own. :)

Amy said...

Sue, That image of the broken glass is totally awesome. And I think your igloo is icily realistic. You have a way of coming up with the most unusual words to accompany a letter!

Pagan Sphinx said...

Wow. So many I photos. I have only played this cycle since letter F and only one image. But I'm thinking I have a few that would fit with J and work very well together! Thanks for the idea and for you visit.

Cheryl said...

This was a fabulous post for I. Loved all the photos and your choice of words. That igloo? Unbelievable.

Carol said...

What a great I post! You are really good at this! I LOVE the Ipod ad photo...and the igloo. I never would have guessed milk cartons. The broken window is a cool shot also...it DOES look like a face.

Roger Owen Green said...

the broken window IS interesting, and the igloo is a hoot.

well done.
ROG, ABC Wednesday team

magiceye said...

very Innovative takes on the theme!!

Mom vs. the boys said...

oh that igloo is sooo amazing, very creative!

gospelwriter said...

a very interesting I-post, for sure there's lots of I's out there and you caught some good ones on camera

Leslie: said...

Fabulous and witty post today. I always enjoy popping by to see what cleverness you've come up with for the letter of the week. :D

Beverley Baird said...

I don't know how you can always create such wonder stories! I always look forward to seeing the pix and tale you have to tell each week!

Vernz said...

youve got it all.. that's lotssa I... that broken glass .. scary...

Hildred and Charles said...

Wonderful post imcorporating all those interesting I's.

LisaF said...

Love iPod commercials. I do see the face in the broken glass! Interesting indeed. I thought for a minute the igloo was made of huge sugar cubes. :-D

Jama said...

Impressive Igloos!

snowleopard said...

Very impressive I post

Paula Scott said...

He, he, once again an A++ post! So many favorite parts to it. I think, the igloo was the most amazing,though.
I wonder what the "R" value is on it?

AVCr8teur said...

Love the igloo! That's one way to use recyclable parts! Very clever...

Dave said...

Liked all four of your photos here Sue. That plastic igloo was great! - Dave

Gattina said...

Wow ! that's a lot of I's ! and I raked my brain to find some, lol !

Strawberry Jam Anne said...

Great photos and choices for I. A

Joy said...

How clever the igloo is, and so round. Though nothing beats your face in the window, great capture.

Levonne said...

You did a great job with your letter as always. Come visit Levonne's Pretty Pics when you have a minute and let me know what you think of my newest images. Comments about how to improve them are also welcomed.

John's comments said...

Lovely eclectic set of images Thanks for reading and commenting on my poem. Hope your week goes well.

Just A Mom (Call me JAM for short) said...

Enjoyed the interview that you did over at Life with Kaishon. You are a beautiful and creative photographer! Love all of your photographs.

Anita said...

Hi, I'm visiting from Life with Kaishon.

Love your view of things.

And yes, I see the face/profile in the broken glass.

shopannies said...

love your choices the ipod has definetly changed my childrens generation

unpredictableblog said...

Neat photographs. I liked the broken window.

jabblog said...

This is a wonderful post, full of interesting information. Thank you for sharing :-)

Ann said...

I IMAGINE the Igloo turned a lot of heads. I thought it was made of sugar cubes.

You are very celver.

Jabacue said...

Love your approach Sue to what you 'see'. I'm going to learn something for sure from your posts.
Jim

Gerald (Hyde DP) said...

impressed by the igloo and the insane number of i words in your post

Self Sagacity said...

wonderful job of I! First time to your blog but impressed already. :-)