Wordless Wednesday: Doll and Fish


19 Responses to “Wordless Wednesday: Doll and Fish”

  1. CatSynth Says:

    Our favorite hipster doll is back. C’mon, you know you missed her :)

    This time she poses in front of an interesting piece of graffiti in the form of a fish. It completely follows the geometric form I use when attempting to depict fish, which have a long history of symbolism for me (along with cats). I thought this particular piece was perfectly scaled for our doll.

  2. Indrani Says:

    Fantastic contrast with background.

  3. Gattina Says:

    I think I need new glasses it took me some time to see the fish, because I admired the cute doll, lol !

  4. Sukhmandir Kaur Says:

    Big head Barbie, or Brunette Brittany? Some little girl is probably missing her dolly, or maybe she planned it that way ;) Happy New Year, I bet Luna would looks just as good in red Ho ho ho…

  5. Cafe au lait Says:

    I agree with Indrani. Great shot!

  6. Thriving Despite Us Says:

    So fun! Love this! Happy WW!

  7. Mitch Says:

    She’s got some attitude on her!

  8. Beth F Says:

    Fun and colorful! Cool that you found that fish.

  9. Sue St Clair Says:

    Pretty in purple! Happy WW :)

  10. Cats of wildcat woods Says:

    Great pic – love the color!

  11. Marg Says:

    That is quite a picture. Love all the colors. You find the most interesting things to take pictures of, that is for sure.Good one. Happy Holidays to you.

  12. caite@a lovely shore breeze Says:

    very good pic…and rather weird.

  13. Li Says:

    i’ve missed her! cute pic. I love when u use her bc of the scale of images / structures around her. Here she seems to be on here element!

    Thanks for stopping by! to asnwer your question, its a pic of wooden ornaments from my childhood! ( no change in coloring via instagram).

    Happy Holidays!

  14. Snowcatcher Says:

    Not only perfectly scaled, but fashionably in tune, too! The turquoise really goes well with the pink in her hair!!! Did indeed miss her; always enjoy when you feature her!

  15. SandyCarlson (USA) Says:

    Plastic meets reality–and turns her back. Love this shot.

  16. Sweet Purrfections Says:

    Please feel free to repost the pictures of Truffle and Brulee with the digital keyboard.

    Mom Paula

  17. Louis la Vache Says:

    hee hee…
    This reminds «Louis» of the new Barbie doll that was introduced as a result of Obamanomics: Minimum Wage Barbie.

  18. meowmeowmans Says:

    We DID miss her. What a great shot … she strikes quite the contrast to that rusty background!

    Amar and Luna, we hope you’re both having a wonderful Chanukah. :)

  19. Daisy Deadhead Says:

    As a little girl, I posed my dolls with their living room furniture, and I expected people to wonder who the strangers were when the film was eventually developed.

    Of course, the photo came out looking just like dolls, not people… and I was SO disappointed.