Photo Story Friday - "Mizaru, Kikazaru, Iwazaru"

Maybe these little monkeys didn't heed their own advice to see no evil, hear no evil, speak no evil, they have obviously "seen" better days.

I found what's left of these monkeys in a window down at the local pier right before Halloween. They're a funny reminder to take my camera on my walks more often. I really don't have my camera attached to my body and I'm always seeing thing now that I think -oh if I had my camera! Oh goodness, it has become a disease!

I can live with that.

Did you know that one of Gandhi's only possessions was a statue of the 3 monkeys? Who knew.



Farvel!

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7 comments:

earthlingorgeous said...

I certainly agree, this photo blogging thing is a disease like everywhere we go we see things that is a good opportunity to shoot.

I didn't know about Gandhi's possession thanks for the info. I also didn't expect the monkeys to look the same until now tho so those photos were fitting! Haha!

Earth

Tiaras and Tantrums said...

My son would go so nuts over those skeletons!

MamaGeek @ Works For Us said...

Really? Wow, I would have never guessed - how cool is THAT.

And I agree, isn't it crazy what we all photoblog about it!

Kelli @ Gohn Crazy said...

Gotta agree with the first commenter. :) And yes, I always end up kicking myself when I forget my camera at home.

Didn't know that about Gandhi. Fitting though.

Chris said...

That's a very interesting piece of trivia on Ghandi.
I have the same problem, I'm always seeing things that I'd like to shoot (I mean take a picture of, but there are occasionally things I'd like to shoot too).
This is a very funny picture.

Trannyhead said...

I think one of my few possessions is my camera. Chiefly because I spent so much damn money on it I'm too broke to afford things like hawt shoes and hawt clothes.

Killlashandra said...

Nope, I didn't know that. Interesting it was a monkey though. Love the picture though. ;)

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