I grabbed my camera Tuesday, on what seemingly was a routine trip to take Homer to the body shop and to help Shannon’s mom move refrigerated items to her new house.
“I gotta be ready for Project Blue,” I told Shannon.
Later, as we headed out to the car to go home, I noticed blue sawhorses blocking the driveways of vacant townhomes. Naturally, I had to take pictures. I fired off a few, standing and lying down, tilting the camera to get a new look each time.
“Okay, you can get up now. You look kind of ridiculous,” Shannon said.
“You think the neighbors are wondering what’s wrong with the new people?” I said.
“Something like that.”
I laughed, got up, and dusted off my right side.
As we got in the car, Shannon said, “Hey, look, the sky’s blue! And your shirt’s blue. And Benjamin’s shoes. Blue is everywhere.”
See what I endure to participate in Anna’s photo projects?
Update: Apparently my lovely wife snapped a picture of me taking the above picture.
Please see others willing to suffer similar fates at Anna Carson Photography’s Project Blue.