...o.k. maybe not every day...every other day, or so......
This shot has such unusual light and shadow. Very interesting!
Thanks Richard for this nice comment.
Love the lines in this piece. Interesting composition that allows one's eyes to wander around....and wonder.I like your concept of "Wordless Sundays."
Hi Sue,thanks for your nice comment. There exist "wordless Wednesdays" in the blogosphere, but I'm not a "herd" person, I don't like to participate in theme-bloggings, so I have created my own version of 'Wordless Sunday". It makes much more sense for me to do it on a Sunday, so I will have not to write a lot and have more time for myself on Sunday. That's my concept. :-) makes sense?
Ecellent detail. Love the deep dark color.
Thanks Marcie,for visiting my blog and for your kind comment. Nice to see you around.
Hey susanne,Nice shot. I really loved the previous one with the butterfly and the quote you chose from Rabindernath Tagore. your subjects are what I find most interesting. O and susanne, I have borrowed a cousin's Canon EOS 350D for a week and have been clicking every now and then. There are a few pictures I thought were nice and have uploaded them on my blog and I would like you to evaluate them. Well not evaluate but you know, let me know what you think :) so if you do find some time its on www.30north70east.com
Hi zd,thanks for your wonderful compliment to my photos. And of course I will go and look at your new photos there!
What a great shot! I cant imagine how difficult it is to create wrought iron like this.
Thank you very much, Carriefor your kind comment.
i like the light and shadow in this and the curves of the ironwork
Hi Carol,this is a very simple picture, I like simplicity in photographs.Thanks for commenting, Carol!
Good eye Susanne, nice shot!
Thank you very much, Bob!
Hey Susanne, that's remind me I should get new railing in front of my house. Very nice capture as always. Anna :)
I'm glad, I can act as a reminder of very important things in your life...LOL.. thanks for your comment, Anna!
Beautiful!I Love iron work. I love old architecture & all this kind of detail & In Charleston you can find soooo much detail everywhere.I could spend the days just walking & looking & taking it all in.Funny how something so cold, hard & even rusty can be so romantic to me. Love it.Im so glad I stopped by, Your work is amamzing! Best Wishes ~Joelle XO
Thank you Joelle! :-)
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