Friday, January 26, 2007

KNOCK ON WOOD


Sometimes even the old wood has interesting colors and lines.

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21 comments:

Ame said...

Hi Photo! Beautiful shot! Ya know? At first glance, down in that hole in the center of the stump, it looks like one of those big-nosed "rhesus?" or maybe it's "howler" monkeys peeking out! Funny! :)

Edulabbe said...

Yes, even a cut tree can be beautiful!

Annie said...

It's nice that this is in its natural state too, rather than polished and shined up and made into a coffee table base or something. I think it is very nice to look at, right there where you took the photo.

AphotoAday said...

Very nice colors... Great detail too... Very nice photo, indeed...

ruth said...

Wood like this is one of my favorite things. When my husband cuts wood for our wood stove, I love to see what the grain will be like in the logs. Glad you appreciate it too!

rennie said...

Great textures. I love tree shots. Each of them is different.

Cristina said...

I really like the textures too, and love the title.

Dsole said...

Hi!
That's a beautiful shot! So real... i can imagine passing my hand by and feel the texture! nice captured!

ericbar said...

Love the texture.

Ben said...

I agree with you. The old tree, wood stump, drift weed. All of these are favourite subject. To find good one, I need to move real slow to find details I want. Good capture Photowannbe.

PUER-atelier said...

the map of australia ....
a map of time
a map of rain
a map of routes to nowhere

Karen said...

How cute! Looks like a bear

Susan said...

Well done. Looks fabulous enlarged.

Libbys Blog said...

There is something about trees! They do make wonderful pictures!!

Kimberley said...

When the page opened and I first glanced at this shot for some reason it drew me in... Maybe it was the angle or the color or the small abstract feel..never the less it is a great shot.. I like I like I like

Still said...

autiful subject . A nice image!

mrsnesbitt said...

wow! so love the grain in the wood!

Faye Pekas said...

I think old wood ALWAYS has interesting lines and colors. I like this shot a lot.

Ash said...

Excellent colors details and textures!

J. Andrew Lockhart said...

I agree with you! :)

Nabeel said...

the lines can determine the age of the tree :)