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Linking to Texture Tuesday
Ain’t that the truth, said the old farmer lady… 🙂
what a great title for this! 🙂
Very true! Nice picture.
Fantastic photo, so different from your usual style. Really loving it 😉
great work! 🙂
Oh…I love ‘rusty’ shots. There’s something so beautiful in the simple aging process – y’know??
Love this!! Great textures in the rusty bits a d the greyed wood. 💗
Great creativity in this photo subject. Not many people would find beauty in rust.
Such lovely rusted beauty.
As Confucious said: Everything has beauty but not everyone sees it. Great image!
there is so much beauty in rusty things – wonderful shot!
I love rust, fantastic different shades of brown, gold and red..
Oh how true! I love seeing this image of a not-so-still still life, too!
A pretty picture. I love the light and texture of the oxide.
This is a great composition and a clever title. I have added you to my blog roll so I do not miss your posts, thanks also for the recent comments on mine, the support is much appreciated.
Beautiful! You’ve taken something so simple, and turned it into art.
Great texture work ! Beautiful.
So true! Great title for this photo, and great application of texture.
Great photo and title!
I know rust can be a real pain but sometimes I think it just adds a little something to a picture.
That’s a great image. You’ve made a couple of rusty old bolts look very artsy.
Ups, almost forgot to thank you for wishing our son a happy birthday the other day, so a big thank you from all of us 🙂
intressant och kreativt foto.
Rust is one of those things we ‘dislike’ and it can ruin the best of things, but it’s wonderful to photograph its ‘own’ rustic texture! I heART it! Yx
I really like this photo…makes me think of my joints…
Beautiful! Isn’t there an album by that name? Neil Young maybe?
It is Neil Young and Crazy Horse! (I didn’t read the comments so hope no one already said it).
You got it before I could get back to you!
Ha hah! Nope, rust never sleeps! What a cool shot and wonderful work of texture, Pat! 🙂
Such wonderful texture and tones Pat!
Great image. So many interesting colours!
It IS alive and well! Gorgeous!
Great shot. I love rust for the way it looks, but not for its destruction.
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