Sunday, January 14, 2007

A RIVETING SITUATION


I'm glad some of you have stayed riveted to my blog. For some reason this picture didn't post as clear as it is on my computer. To see a clearer image click on it to enlarge.
Our electricity has been out most of the afternoon and we woke up to a temperature of 30 degrees this morning. There was heavy frost but my camera wasn't handy to snap a picture. Believe me thats very cold for the San Francisco coastline.
Thank you for all your kind comments on my posts.
Have a great week.
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27 comments:

Ben said...

This is a interesting close up.
I thought it was a some sort of art piece or even a gem stone.

rennie said...

If you cropped it more, it would've look like an alien planet :)

John Roberts said...

Yeah, a planet or a beautiful marble! Keep up the good work of finding interesting photos in unlikely places.

GiuCe said...

stone is great, it looks like a planet...
have a nice day

Ash said...

Right, a planet :-)

Annie said...

Is it a rivet?

Or is it a beautiful piece of turqoise?

I'll stay riveted to your blog, you can count on that.

Laurie said...

I heard about your cold snap...My son is in California training right now and he's living in tents. He called yesterday to tell me how cold it was in the desert...poor kid!

We are just starting to experience a little winter weather here. A little sleet and cold rain has been the order of the day. Tomorrow 20 degree weather is supposed to finally take hold.

This is a great photo. the colors remind me of a Robin's egg.

Olivier said...

je pense que cela fait penser a la planete terre apres le big bang ;o)


I think that that made think of the planet ground after the big-bang; O)

Goncolo said...

Nice pictures. Good blog. I like your style. Congratulations. I'll be back.

Jazzy said...

It's nice to be back and catch up with all of your lovely photos.

Tim Rice said...

Fascinating patterns!

Chad Oneil said...

I was in San Fran in October of 2003, and it was "cold"!

Meg in Nelson said...

Last night I thought the photo was great - but no I'm giggling at the title. I love the rust when it goes all the way to turquoise

Taswir said...

Great pic, really interesting. Hopefully you will have good weather soon

Kimberley said...

The turquoise here is great especially combined with the hints of rust! Very orig and nice

Susan Jones said...

woot!
heeeee..what IS IT??????????

Lucy said...

Wow! That is pretty chilly for SF!
We're freezing here in Sac too...hopefully your electricity came back on quick.

Joel Reynolds said...

Great colour and texture!
Joel

Still said...

A image for guess.. god idea. A planet... perhaps?

Lavender Lady said...

It has a certain erie look to it..nice photo.

OutHouse Capital of Canada said...

That is a steel rivet, maybe in a railway bridge and it is a long time since it had a fresh coat of paint
great close up

Ex-Shammickite said...

Definitely something from outer space.
Perhaps a tiny door will silently open and little green men will come out?? Let's hope so.

Mimmu said...

Hello,
how is your Sony now?
My new Pentaxa Optio A 10 did not work any more, when I carry it in my bag 10 minutes in 26,6 degrees Fahrenheit. You can believe, it irritates a lot, and they are saying, a guarantee does not pay it, because it is a moisture damage.
I want to warn everybody, that Pentaxa can not bear a cold weather!

And Pentaxa does not pay it even during a guarantee time.
I have now Canon EOS and I can not take any clear photo with it yet! So you are right with this studying
complicated camera :)

I hope, your weather is warmer now!
I admire your photos!

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