Cock and Balls Door Handle

Foto-February – Day 29 – Ergonomically and Politically Incorrect Doorknob

I finish up Foto February with a photo of a found object at our local flea market.
The phallus and balls above are not an avant-garde sculpture. They actually make up a doorknob.  I can’t imagine it would be easy to open a door using this.  That is, physically, I don’t think it would make it easy. And I’m sure there may be some folks who would be reticent to pull on it to open a door as well.
Let me know which was your favorite photo from this month’s 29 photos.
Foto February will be a combination of photo-only posts and full-blog posts throughout the month.
Foto February Day 1 Masculinity in Perspective
Foto February - Day 5 - Colored Cat Glass
Foto February Day 9 Garden Sun Plaque
Foto February Day 13- Curly Pine Needles Depth of Field

Foto February Day 21 - Vivid Color Yarn Flowers Loomed
Cock and Balls Door Handle
Foto February Day 2 Promise of Spring
Circular Sock Koala Face
Foto February Day 10- I-Cord
Nico and Thaddeus Dec 2013
Organic Vegetable Display at Grocery Store
Lion Head Plaques at Flea Market
Acrylic Textile Yarn Cones Nineteen Pounds
Foto February Day 1 Garden Mushroom
Foto-February - Day 6 - Scalp Problem Sculpture
Foto February Day 11 - Garden Frog Bench
Foto February Day 15 - Chain Link Fence at Flea Market
Blocked into an e-mail - Matchbook Cars at Flea Market
Foto February - Day 23 - Frosty Windshield Landscape
Alien FIngers Evergreen Bush
Foto-February Day 4 - Still Life Onion and Carrots
Foto-February - Day 8 - Guacamole Ikea Style
Lattice Transparent Background
Foto February Day 16 - Wing Dam
Foto February - Day 20 Yarn Balls in Box at Flea Market
Antique Boye Crochet Hooks in Box at Flea Market
Foto February Day 28 - The Man I Married Thaddeus

3 comments on “Foto-February – Day 29 – Ergonomically and Politically Incorrect Doorknob

  1. Of course, all of the photos were spectacular, however, the carrots and onion photo remains my favourite. The composition and colour really appeal to me. Thanks, Joe, for sharing your photography skills with us.

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