Weekly Photo Challenge: Twist

“Twist” is filthy with meaning: it’s the unexpected, it’s surprise, it’s even an amazing ice cream choice. What does “twist” mean to you?

Being a bibliophile, I immediately think of a plot twist, the kind that makes you tingle with pleasure in the last chapters of the mystery novel you’re reading.  “Wow!  I never saw THAT coming!”  Such delight.  I did find an appropriately twisty photo that I snapped while hiking around Lapham Peak State Park in early spring.  We were looking for lichen, on a whim, and found ourselves outside the warming house near the skating pond.  I suppose they use that building for winter events, family-oriented programs that might include a craft project or something, because I happened upon this item posing as a lingering patch of snow in the leaf litter….

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A plastic snowflake.  Natural….but not.  It made me laugh.

 

© 2014, essay and photographs, Priscilla Galasso, All rights reserved

22 thoughts on “Weekly Photo Challenge: Twist

  1. Pingback: Doing the Iguana Twist ~ WP Photo Challenge | In Da Campo

    • One of my favorite scenes from The Worst Sci-Fi Film Ever is of a whole dance hall of movie extras doing the twist. ( “The Creeping Terror” is the film from 1964.) I like doing the twist myself. 🙂

  2. Pingback: Weekly Photo Challenge: Work of Art / Twist | Les Petits Pas de Juls

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