A growing archive of pictures - frequent additions from my other blogs - Message in a Milk Bottle and the most recent - M2
Why is that twisted rust so unteresting, especially against that sky.
Hello Hermes.I think rust is always interesting, wherever it is.Lucy
That's because rust never sleeps...I also love rust. Rust and old wood.
You really have a great eye for things most people don't even see. Thanks for stopping by my blog and leaving a comment! I look forward to seeing you again.
Complete with a rusty roof.
Great capture. You have an eye for the interesting shot.
Rust is great!
I like rust, always good for a photo,Oh and Pat I got the Neil Young reference!Gary
Pat and Chuck and Gary - the reference was inadvertent but perhaps'There's more to the Picture than meets the Eye'is the the unstated sub-title of this blog!I find'Won't need no sunshineAfter the garden is gone.' (From the first track on 'Living with War')is pretty powerful too. Perhaps I should associate those lines with LOOSE AND LEAFY?Lucy
Hello Marka.This shed is part of a row of dilapidated sheds in front of a burnt out building which (I think) used to be used for storing wood. Much to see in a small area.Lucy
Gary, what's that say about us?LOL
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