Tuesday, 10 February 2015

Rubbery - Thematic Photography

My legs went all rubbery at the thought of possibly having to explain the difference between a rubber and an eraser. However as I had neither to photograph I could not include them in Carmi's 'Rubbery' theme this week.

I managed to come up with a toy or two.

Or is it three?
There is a difference, apart from colour, between the three.

Yellow looks down on them; Red knows his place
A carpet isn't where you usually find them so perhaps this will give you a clue.

The Driver's point of view
Sometimes when you take shots like that you don't see what is before your eye(s).

Rubber viewfinder
If one isn't enough perhaps you need two to find that distant theme.

One for each eye
Before you set the zoom.

If you are not prepared to get your hands dirty then try - 

A pair of rubber gloves
Just grab a pair with both hands

Rubber balls
Set your mind at rest 

Just de-stress -

And get a grip.

Don't cheat
Have one in each hand and squeeze while you find more rubbery delights at Carmi's thematic-photographic-325.


Jo said...

Well you certainly got lots of rubbery ideas in the end.

Karen S. said...

I'm not sure who had more fun you putting these together, or me seeing them all and imagining you putting them all out! I am excited to play with this one too. Later I'll post mine! Right now it's Rubbish Tuesday and blog roll...then rubbery!

Author R. Mac Wheeler said...

Happy themeing.

Alexia said...

Great selection! This was so interesting and entertaining, Bob - I have to get busy and find some rubber...

ifthethunderdontgetya™³²®© said...

Cool! I looked around the house and found practically nothing. (I forgot about rubber bands, but Gilly didn't.)

I play golf, usually use a wooden tee. Doesn't always help!

Gilly said...

Amazing what you can do with rubber balls!
Like your clever thinking!

Michèle Dextras & Jean-Claude Barre said...

Wow, super interpretation! I play golf to but had not thought that or the ball that is rubber inside! I quite enjoyed viewing and reading your post! Thank you.

DougPhoto2009 said...

Bob, entertaining display. Thanks for sharing.