Wednesday, September 3, 2008

September 3, 2008 - ABC Wednesday - G is for Graffiti Ghost

At this time, in this space, you unlock the door of ABC Wednesday, in the key of G. When you do, you enter another dimension, the Construction Zone, where things are not what they seem, where light and shadow combine, where graffiti ghosts peer through doorways. I am there for you at the edge of that zone, to document things and ideas. "Nee nee nee nee nee nee nee nee." (Think "Twilight Zone" theme song.)

Photo One shows the ghost as I first saw it, coming out of the doorway, trailing light behind itself as it flew westward.
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Quickly I stepped to the east and snapped again, framing the ghost within the chain link fence that served to keep all at bay who might choose to invade the it's personal space. Would I make that choice? Not on your life. I know better than to enter the Construction Zone without a hard hat on my head.
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Look closely through the doorway. Is that a second ghost, forming near that crack in the back wall? Remain in the Construction Zone, if you choose, and live with the consequences.

12 comments:

Abraham Lincoln said...

Graffiti. Nice for the G. I have mine at thunder-maker.blogspot.com

my Alien

Kim from Hiraeth said...

Well written and engaging post! I enjoyed it tremendously!

mrsnesbitt said...

LOL! Yes, the twilight zone has a lot to answer for.
Great post, made me smile.
Dx

magiceye said...

eerie..
gee

G is for Ganpati Bappa Morya! To find out what it means click here

WendyB said...

Spooky! :-)

Tommy V said...

what a great "G"

Neva said...

I have missed visiting! I have visitors from Russian and have been very busy when not at work! Love the ghost graffiti.....

AphotoAday said...

heavy, man, heavy...

Bear Naked said...

What a very creative and unique post for the letter G.
And Humourous also!

Bear((( )))

babooshka said...

Creative and funny. Ingenious post.

Chris said...

Very interesting! My first thought was, "How curious!"

Louis la Vache said...

Great "G"-post, Lynette! Casper is pleased, too!