Saturday, July 19, 2008

FINAL PROJECT BLACK TAKE 9


Well folks, I think this will be my final post for Project Black. I could go on and on but feel this is a good time to stop.
Project Black Take 9 is my black wrought iron picnic caddy.
Enjoy and thanks for looking.
Anna's Photo of the Day link in my sidebar will show you others that are posting this challenge.
ENLARGE THIS SHOT . THE DETAIL IS INTERESTING.
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27 comments:

ellen b. said...

Very nice! I think I'm done with black too although it's been fun. have a great rest of the weekend...

b13 said...

OH very cool! The patterns in the mesh and the hard lines of the thick swirls make for a great composition!

Beverly said...

You've had such a nice variety for you Project Black. I only did three or four. I got al ittle distracted.

Raven said...

Very cool shot. I love the curves and shapes. Sorry to be so ignorant, but what is a picnic caddy? I'd think this would be pretty heavy to lug around, especially if there was food in it...

Wanda said...

This has been the most interesting "Black" series...

Clicking to enlarge is great too.

Aileni said...

Hi Photowannabe,
Could you contact 'ABC Denise'at
denise.nesbitt@btinternet.com
so that she may send you an invitation to join a new ABC site.
I am helping out gathering folk for a new launch.
Thank you,
Aileni.

CG said...

How unusual.I haven't seen a picnic caddy before.

Bear Naked said...

Oh yes please join ABC Wednesday.
Your photos would be wonderful.

Bear((( )))

YellowRose said...

Very nice, love the depth and curves!

Pequete said...

Very nice photo, it was interesting to try to find out what it was, before reading your explanation.

Ex-Shammickite said...

I'm not sure what a picnic caddy is... but it's a great pic anyway!

Still said...

A beautiful capture of metal lace. Bravo!

TRM said...

Very strong finish, like the depth of the pattern.

Bob-kat said...

I have just taken a look at all your PB pics and they are all a great take on the theme :) I think this pic is my favourite though.

Dianne said...

the detail is more than intersting, it's exquisite!

John Roberts said...

You saved your best for last! I really like the depth of this one.

Louis la Vache said...

Very nice play of the geometry in this image! Good shot!

Thiên said...

Very nice Sue! I have enjoyed the series; my favorite being the 1st of the tank. That's cool!

http://sweetagring.com said...

That is interesting caddy picnic and great shot!

Ladynred said...

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Bill said...

You don't generally think of picnic items as being made of iron! That being said, we were at Philmont Scout ranch on a 10 day backpacking trip, and the boys decided to make a poker at a black smith shop, so they ended up carrying a 5 lb iron bar the rest of the trip which we thought a bit illogical as well :)

Olivier said...

beau final avec cette porte sculptée. on dirait qu'elle a deux grands yeux et qu'elle nous regarde. beau projet noir.

final with this beautiful carved door. it looks like it has two large eyes and watches us. beautiful black project.

Jeanne Damoff said...

Nice! So much depth and texture.

Chad Oneil Myers said...

Creative shot Sue.

lavenderlady said...

It certainly does have some great detail. At first I thought it was a gate.

Calusarus said...

Nice geometric shot. Congratulations.

Moi said...

love the intricacies in design here.....I have always loved wrought iron ...it's become commonplace now but i think it still holds its beauty......:)