Caged Tongue

Here’s another photo from yesterday’s outing with Mauro, Robert and my new Canon T2i. For those either not old enough to recognize the tongue or those who are musically handicapped, it’s from the Rolling Stones’ ninth studio album, Sticky Fingers, released in April 1971. It was designed by John Pasche, a graphic artist who did work for a number of famous bands over the years. I’m no fan of the stones, actually, but the tongue is very recognizable.

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8 Responses to Caged Tongue

  1. nduff says:

    Great photo and use of selective coloring!!! Love this!!

  2. Love it and I rather like the Stones.

  3. milkayphoto says:

    Sadly, I am old enough to recognize this iconic symbol. Nice pop of color in the b/w. You cropped this, no? Could probably get rid of a little on the right so as to make it propotionally a vertical shot. IMHO. 🙂

    • davecandoit says:

      OMG picky picky picky… 🙂 (just kidding)
      Yeah, it could probably do with a crop. I don’t think I’m going to bother, though. Maybe if I ever decide to do something with the photo, which isn’t likely.
      I’ve seen your photo on your blog, Tracy. You must have been a young kid when the Stones were in the heyday.

  4. davecandoit says:

    LOL… Oh you’re too modest. 🙂

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