I'm having so much fun looking at the world through the lens of my Panasonic Lumix DMC-LX3.
I will share my world of Rocklin, California and points North, South, East and West.
Come and enjoy with me.
It is ever so good to be back. You have posted some remarkable photos during my absence. My internet doesn't always work, but I'll return as often as I can!
I did laugh at the title!! Apt!! Great piccie!
I really enjoy these rusty shots. Nice macros!
de plus en plus près tes photos. tres bon titre.je te souhaite un bon week end more and more close your photographs. very good title. I wish you a good week end
WOW! Such structure & texture.Fantastic!Make sure you visit my blog today and be in with a chance to win prizes as I approach my 300th post and 13,000 visitors!
That nail must've been years stuck in there. Great picture!
What a capture, what is the story about? Where is it?
You really have an eye on the things!Your photos are so enjoyable.Have a nice weekend!
wow, that's an original shot! I love the texture, and the rusty nail... great color!
Beautiful detail photos this week Sue!Thanks for your continued support!!
Another photographic success, congratulations on catching such details!
I like this one a lot!
I wondered where I left that nail... Now all I have to do is find the hammer.
Nice series. Lots of textures and angles.
This is a very nice series of photos. There's something about these old relics that is very pleasing.
It is a good theme to photograph, my favourite is the wagon wheel. But they all start to make you wonder how old these objects can be. Real relics!BTW, I've been trying since last night to post a picasa web album on that QM 2 visit. Will it download? Afraid it doesn't seem likely at the moment,which is a shame! Will let you know.
Incredible!! Your talent never ceases to amaze me. Love the texture of the wood with the rust of the nail. Great photo!
lots of great textures in these photos!
This is a great shot. I too am loving all these rustic photos.
WOW! Isn't it cool how the bark stops right at the nail? I would have walked right by that.
Another great shot! I love trhe title. We have been working on idioms in ESL...May I show them this photo?
Great shot!!! I love it ...
... o I forgot ... and I would say it is good nailed it, isnnt?!
I really like the series of old wood equipment you posted. The textures are just wonderful and the tones of the rusted parts against the patina and texture of the wood is great.
I love the close up on this one!
ouch for the tree ..
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