1. Reply to this post, and I will pick five of your icons.
2. Make a post (including the meme info) and talk about the icons I chose.
3. Other people can then comment to you and make their own posts.
4. This will create a never-ending cycle of icon squee. Whoo!
So these are the five thaddeusfavour wants to know about.
I'm a big fan of the first Blues Brothers' movie; lesser so of the second, though it's OK. The first one, though, is just downright fun, not to mention some fairly good music. Now, (timely, as it's coming up next week) each year at the trade show for my AORN meeting, one of the companies (market's light sources & fibreoptic headlights for surgery) either hires local talent or has some of their employees dress up (usually in the theme for the year) and one may get their picture taken with them. They've used Polaroid, probably switching this year to digital since Polaroid is Out Of Business. Anyway, in 2003 we went to Chicago. The Blues Brothers were there for this schtick. I was on a mission.
"Friend of Zompus"
zompus you will find on my reading list (LJ calls it the Friends List). wedschilde made this icon for a group of us who know zompus early on in the getting to know each other. Why, you ask? I'm glad you did. See, there's this Ottar, Fat Fred who was being confused by some people with zompus because, you see, zompus other name (one of them) happens to be... Fred.
Kawauso Ofuroyama, Zen Master, former professional sumo wrestler, budoka, baseball fan, Ottar. Member of the ottarz_mob, he's currently living at Teh Ranch with popperaussie, Dredd Phredd, and a few other transients. He's a pleasant fellow, used this icon when he borrowed my LJ to post things. However, he's set up his own place now.
This is a view through the moon window of the waiting pavilion in the Japanese (Zen) Garden, Nelson, South Island, New Zealand. Chanoyu is what most non-Japanese call Tea Ceremony; tea gardens all provide a place to wait (garden to be greeted by one's host before going on to the chashitsu. Therefor, it is a place to relax, meditate, and appreciate the garden.
This one comes from some studio work where we explored lighting for silhouette. A series of the poses were looking at various meditation positions, primarily from yoga though they may be used in any seated meditation discipline. The lights were placed between the model and the background, one each off to each side of the model. Mostly I consider it a successful photograph, even though the silhouette isn't stark. Primarily because the photograph works, and all of it contributed to learning and understanding lighting in studio.
Of these five icons, except as noted they are all my own photography.