Monday, December 21, 2009

Matthew And His Fuzzy Blue Arch

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I think he told me his name was Matthew - hope I got it right. He had a blue fuzzy arch, a pink fuzzy coat, white fuzzy boots, a box that was part leopard-skin print and part fuzzy lime chiffon and an elfin gleam in his eye. Just some of the art at Artica.

13 comments:

Dave-CostaRicaDailyPhoto.com said...

If you had posted this in monochrome, we would miss a lot.

Rob said...

The artistic fuzzy man invades St. Louis.

Kate said...

I laughed when I saw the colourful arch. Interesting person!!

brattcat said...

Whatever might (and will) be said about him, Matthew has a very sweet face.

Virginia said...

I really am speechless today!
V

Jilly said...

How utterly perfect for your blog, Bob. What a hoot. I fell about - love it!

cieldequimper said...

I really, really don't mean to be vulgar but there, I'm LMAO. Sorry 'bout that, this is just too good to be true!

JM said...

This is really kitsch and cool! Funny set of shots, love them! :-)

Louis la Vache said...

Are you absolutely CERTAIN that you didn't photograph this series on Telegraph Avenue in The People's Republic of Berserkeley?!?!

«Louis» is of the opinion that you are just trying to fool us into thinking this is Saint Louis!

What do the people across town at the headquarters of the Lutheran Church-Missouri Synod think of this?!

Anonymous said...

Thanks for taking those pics of the event; your capturing it is just as vital of a part of the event as any. You are a very personable and non-intrusive photographer, which is more of a rarity than ever it seems and helps the exotic flowers out there feel comfortable blooming a bit for you...even in the arctic weather of Artica! Matthew

Virginia said...

WAIT, I'm not speechless after all ( you knew that)...
this guy makes me feel all warm and fuzzy!!

Sorry B, I couldn't help myself! :)
V

Olivier said...

J'adore, LA PLUS BELLE PHOTO de l'arche ;o)) bravo

Mo said...

His hat looks like something my sister would give me for Christmas