Friday, May 15, 2009

We represent the Realtor's Guild, the Realtor's Guild, the Realtor's Guild



A teeny tiny little real estate agent took this photo, holding the camera as high as he or she could. The camera was too heavy for the teeny tiny little real estate agent's arms; thus the blurriness. Poor teeny tiny little real estate agent.

10 comments:

Lulu LaBonne said...

'uuuh ... I ... think the magic mushrooms ... are beginning ... to work ... flowery chair is starting to float awaay ... I'm sliding too... sofa, are you just going to sit in that corner pretending nothing's happening?'

mudslicker said...

I believe the camera was duct taped to a Roomba 610 and given creative license and just let go.

"Work it ottoman! Give us a little pouty look bed and don't be afraid to show us a little leg amidst glimpses of your dust bunnies."

Problems arose during the shoot when Roomba 610 refused to photograph the laundry room [hence the higher angle] as his ex, the bathroom scale, was still insisting on occupying the residence until the court order kicked in.

Alissa said...

I'm guessing this is all some trick to make the room look bigger. If you are the size of, say, a cockroach this house is huge!

Anonymous said...

This is the second floorcam listing from Seattle you've had up. Maybe it's a trend in Pacific Northwest marketing? Brought to you from nearly sea level!

Actually, that lot rocks. I realize it would probably rock less with a house on it that was bigger than a two bedroom apartment, but still, good lot. If it had a house on it that was actual size as opposed to the dinky dwelling, that is.

23r0 1m@g1n@t10n said...

Mudslicker, you've been on woot! way too much.

blake said...

Uh-oh, Someone took a photography class in community college.

Dynamic perspective. I like it

mudslicker said...

23r0 1m@g1n@t10n (are these your longitude and latitude coordinates? hehe):

I believe the fumes from the cadmium red and turpentine have got me seeing Stuart's elephants.

I truly only try to relay what the voices tell me and nothing more. But that's generally the rule only on odd numbered days of the week.

Melissa ~ Wife to 1, Mom to 5 said...

It's good to see how a room looks while you're lying on your back daydreaming.

Scott said...

This is the agent saying, "Hardwood floors. You want them. Badly. So smooth. So shiny. So expensive. So brown. You'll want to sleep on them and eat off of them. When guests come over they'll fall to their knees just to place their hands on them. The cat can even barf on them."

Glory von Hathor said...

Well, I'm just pleased to see a really diverse group of chairs so comfortable in each other's company. At first the leather guys were a bit taken aback by floral's, er, appearance. But now none of them think about it at all.