I’ve got to admit, right here at the start of my post, I wasn’t sure what I wanted to do with this, my response to the latest in my buddy Dale’s and my ongoing, K’lee and Dale’s Cosmic Photo Challenge prompt.
For those of you who may not be in the know, Dale and I, for some time now, have swapped alternate weeks coming up with what we hope are interesting and thought-provoking opportunities for you all (and us!) to express yourselves.
This week, Dale took the helm and offered us the following:
I suppose the number one thing which makes our challenges simple is the very thing that gives them their ‘bite’: you’re free to transcribe, express, or define our challenges any way you like.
Doing so makes us both smile…
Now, having arrived at the predetermined time and place for the unveiling of my answer to Dale’s challenge, I decided to once more dig into the archives and extract a few of the only ‘plastic-based’ images currently residing in my portfolio.
…kind of goes something like this:
Now, the mannequins aren’t mine; they belong to a shop not far from my home, but the toys are and as such, represent the main focus of this post. These types of toys may not be ‘on the radar’ for most these days, but I’m glad I decided to purchase them and a few others many years ago. Who knows, they may even be a few pieces of plastic worth a bit of cash one day?
So, that’s my take on Dale’s prompt.
What about yours?
Want some more info on how it’s all done- check out the link to Dale’s site up above and jump in. The water’s fine.
In the meanwhile, here’s to a fantastic rest of your Monday AND, here in the States, the tail end of the Memorial Day Weekend!
K’lee L. © 2019