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.


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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!


tiarastantrums 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!

Anonymous 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.

KG 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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