Sunday, February 11, 2007

TOOLS OF THE TRADE


Not too sure what this is used for. I think it looks like some sort of hinge for the old waggon.
I believe this one will be the last in my series of abandoned equipment.
To see more detail just click on the picture.
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23 comments:

Anna said...

Once again, very nice image. I will miss these photos alot! I have really enjoyed these....

Kate said...

My internet connection is temperamental so I hope that you get this one! Enjoying your photos enormously! You have become so "artistic" since I was gone!!

Donna said...

I believe your blue flower is echium, the common name is pride of Madeira. There are different species and varieties. Hope this helps.

John Roberts said...

You're getting some very nice still life photos from this location!

Donna said...

I found this sitehttp://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/Image:Echium_candicans_JPG01.jpg

worldwide1 said...

Beautiful series you have here.It's so wonderful to view tools that were once so 'cutting" edge,now discarded but a reminder of "what once was".

Thanks for sharing.

Lucy said...

Your close-up detail photos are fantastic. I've really enjoyed the series.

Meg in Nelson said...

Right... For a moment I thought it was ... the old-fashioned tooth extractor.

Ash said...

Love the colors textures and details...well-done!

Memories Catcher said...

Very nice picture.Great details and textures.I like the contrast between the colors.

Olivier said...

encore une belle photo, tres belle macro.


still a beautiful photograph, very beautiful macro.

Laurie said...

Another nice find among the broken treasures.

Cristina said...

Love the depth and shadow on this one. I've really enjoyed this series--let's see what's next!

Moi said...

am sure u had an awesome time clicking them...i too wud have gone berserk had i set my eyes upon someplace like this........loved the rust in all of them ......:)

Joan González said...

Tan simple y tan bella composici├│n

salut

joan

Ame said...

PHOTOIAM! WOW! Really nice...you're a PRO! Love the feel of this series...comfy like an old coat! Beautiful light, framing, subject...ahhhhhhhhh.....keep up the great work! End of story! ;) x

Anvilcloud said...

have you thought of opening a Flickr account for your photos. There's a free account and a paid account. I have a paid account. It's if you want to see what it looks like.

Salty Dawg said...

Lovely series, rotting wood and rust makes for many great photo ops. Well Done!

Ex-Shammickite said...

Another lovely picture, Congratulations, you have a good eye for a photo op!

Faye Pekas said...

I love the green in the wood. This is a great series Photowannabe.

J. Andrew Lockhart said...

I enjoyed them - made me think of the country around here.

Gopakumar(Gops) said...

i liked ur blog sir
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www.lensmangops.blogspot.com

Lavender Lady said...

i can't begin to describe how much I have enjoyed this series. Just delightful.