“BIG. It’s larger than life, it’s unexpected, it’s the protagonist in a scene…” The Daily Post has spoken. So, some ideas:
Oh Darlin’, you are ONE BIG MESS! I love how you embody the essence of haughty disregard for my opinions. (And what big eyelashes you have!)
At the opposite end of the clean and pure spectrum, an oversize buddha stands tall at Dia Tang Temple in Lynnwood, WA. At this temple, they make some pretty BIG PROMISES:
Number 11? Not so keen on that. But I’ll burn incense all day for number #27. Oh, and I could use some #21, too.
Ko-kwal-al-wwoot, the Maiden of Deception Pass, is 24 feet tall. She looks out for the Samish Tribe. Pictures of her being carved and installed are here:
Cedars like the one she was carved from used to reach truly amazing size in the Pacific Northwest. The “Old Grandmother” below was torn from the forest many years ago, but the wound still seems fresh, doesn’t it?
There is loss and there is gain. A BIG HEART must have been behind this project:
What’s this? Two dollars, given to us by a stranger on a street corner, performing an experiment in Anonymous Kindness, in a small town in Washington. The card instructs the owner to do the same, leave the card behind, and keep the spirit going! The experience created some BIG SMILES…and I think it’s going to keep on creating them. I haven’t decided how I’m going to give my dollar away and reach out with an anonymous act of kindness yet. Any ideas?
More BIG solutions to the Weekly Photo Challenge at:
Sweet. Love the Anonymous Kindness. You could use it to feed someone’s expired parking meter and leave the note on their car.
Thank you – good idea!
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Excellent collection of images- each one different, and yet perfectly tied to the theme!
Thank you – I appreciate that!
Some great images there.