Now Moved to 'Message in a Milk Bottle' - http://messageinamilkbottle.blogspot.co.uk
Wonderful shot! It seems so simple but it's very appealing.
ooh, there it is - my old bed! Thanks for this beautiful photo of it!ps. I posted how to protect photographs (or try to!)http://BLOGitse.blogspot.com
Hello James.Although you tend to take pictures from much further back, you too know how to make the most of the everyday and see the extraordinary in it.Lucy
Hello Blogitse.Now there's the matter of finding someone to take it away! . . .Lucy
My favorite shape, circles!
I do like this - but I see it as a starting point for a textile - the subtle colours are wonderful, and the rusting circles ... I could go on and on!
Another great example of colours and textures. Wonderful image.
Hello Moira - glad you like circles because there are quite a few here!Lucy
Hello Karen - it would be interesting to see how you could use it!Did you seehttp://picturesjustpictures.blogspot.com/2010/01/fabric-and-rust.htmlthe other day? Because I was thinking of you when I posted it.(Now I'll find out it is your least favourite of my photos!)Lucy
Hello Hermes.It's extraordinary how much colour and texture there is to be seen in rubbish if only we are able to leave vocabulary behind.Old bikes, tin cans and bedsprings!Lucy
I love looking at your creative photos!
I like the abstract nature of this photo.
Thank you Amy and Marka.Lucy
Great picture, just a thought I think it would look great with Sweet Peas growing through it.Gary
Hello Gary.It's an interesting idea.Sweet peas wouldn't be welcome (however beautiful) because of hay fever . . . and the only available space is north facing with shade for most of the day (hence being available!) . . . Any ideas for a climber that likes such a site? Oh . . . and by a narrow path so it can't sprawl outwards . . . Ah! and would have to grow from pots because the path is paved. There's a challenge!(Or, if you are visiting Dorset in the next couple of months . . . you could have it!)Lucy
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