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Sunday, July 21, 2013

up on the roof | song-ography style ...



This week's song is 'Up on the Roof' 
by James Taylor 

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so I thought:



and then I thought:




Click on over to Kathy's to check out other takes on this tune as well as next week's song prompt.

35 comments:

  1. Interesting door to the roof!

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  2. Love the processing on these!

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  3. Really exquisite compositions, the combination of colors and shapes is precious! I love it!

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  4. Very creative images. Especially love the quirky roofed doorway in the first photo.

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  5. A very unexpected rooftop door.

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  6. The door does have me wondering.

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  7. not your everyday rooftop with a door!! both shots are wonderful!!

    have a happy sunday!!

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  8. and i like your new?? header!!

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  9. that door makes me smile...I wonder if they will put a window up there next.

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  10. That door's awesome! It's almost a tease for what's on the other side!

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  11. You did an awesome job of composing and processing this photo. It is definitely frame worthy.

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  12. Love that door! Knock knock, who's there? LOL

    xox from your newest follower!

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    1. Thanks Diane - welcome to my crazy world! :)

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  13. Love your interpretation and photo processing. Is it weird that I never listened to this song before? But I do love the lyrics, thanks for adding them.

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  14. What a fantastic door that first one is! THAT is a great find. And the processing on the second shot totally draws me in. Love that bokeh sparkling thru at the top. Great captures my friend :). Thanks for joining in on Song-ography this week!

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  15. Love these. I really like the stairs with blur and bokeh. Love the dreamy effect.

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  16. Good thinking-both times. I think I prefer your lead shot, but I'm never one to shy away from a little blur. Makes the mundane kind of special.

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  17. Both are so perfect!! Well done!

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  18. These are both great but I think the first one is fabulous. Loving that door.

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  19. Perfect....that first one is definitely a keeper!!

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  20. Great processing and "take " on this wonderful song! Your shots are perfect!

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  21. Great processing and great shots for song o graphy.

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  22. Fabulous processing and choices for this sound.

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  23. Love the second photo best! Great processing and interpretation!

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  24. I especially love the blur of the stairs. Both are great shots for this link party!

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  25. You and I had the same idea!! Love these...especially that 2nd shot. :-)

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  26. Interesting door and I love the effect.

    Lynne @ a new Jersey Girl
    www.rickandlynne.com/lynne

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  27. That's one of my favorite songs, although I didn't realize it was a James Taylor one. I love your interpretation. I might have to join in on this meme once I get through the rest of my Maine photos.

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  28. Let me just soin in with the others who are loving that first door. It's a sturdy house door, but without the house...love to know the story of how it got to be there.

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  29. Love these! The photos and the processing are perfect!

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