Thursday, 31 December 2009

ArtSpark Challenge #4

A contribution to ArtSparker's New Year Caption Competition. Happy New Year!


12 comments:

ArtSparker said...

A Klassic! And value added with the snow.

Sorlil said...

think I'll stick to the whisky and shortbread lol

BarbaraS said...

Or you could go out and look at the moon eclipse, very end-of-the-world-is-nigh... oh, that's over now, ah well... happy new thingumwotsit :)

John Hayes said...

Great fun--that looks like a pic from the Burning Man festival in Black Rock Desert...

Elisabeth said...

Wow what a wonderfully loaded image. My little candle here, evoking the spirits of the dead is nothing compared to this. Have you seen the film of or read the book, The Wickerman?

Scary stuff the primitive in us all.

Totalfeckineejit said...

Wonder what would Edward Woodward have made of this!? Happy New Year!

Dominic Rivron said...

Thanks for the comments, everybody.

The eclipse of the moon was just see-able here. As usual with astronomical events at the moment, it took place above a layer of cloud - but it was visible some of the time.

I'd not heard of the burning man festival. I had such fun googling it, I burnt my porridge!

What would Edward Woodward have made of it indeed? The film, The Wicker Man, is one of my favourites - I didn't know there was a book-of-the-film.

Coffee Messiah said...

and I thought the Wickerman/Burningman was a recent phenom!

Cheers!

Rachel Fenton said...

How cool is that!? (Well, obviously not if you're a literal interpreter!) Neat!

Dominic Rivron said...

Thanks for these comments, CM and RF!

Rachel Fox said...

Excellent!
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Bungy32 said...

Ack! Is this the same time where grandpa tells us we HAD another uncle, but because he never married he had to be sacrificed for the harvest? "The Wickerman" (the original, not that stoopid Nick Cage bee-movie remake) is one of my all time favorite strange films. Never has fey folk music been so sinister.

Great idea and execution. LOVE your sense of humor.