Tuesday, March 20, 2012

3/21 Outdoor Wednesday #167



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This week, I decided to post textures:  plywood unpainted, nails and screws, torn black tar paper, painted surfaces, and dead weeds.  These pedestrian sights are normally overlooked.   With patience and a bit of cropping everything normal such as garage doors, windows and edges of buildings have been changed to look like something else.   Only the rain in the alley remains the same.  

I hope to see you next week.    Meanwhile, take care.

11 comments:

  1. That last photo, the cliff looks dangerous. The plywood, is it a museum?

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  2. Ann, the plywood is part of an unfinished garage door.
    Joyce M

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  3. Very creative post Joyce! Beautiful textures!

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  4. Love your rain in the alley photo~ rain always creates such interesting patterns!

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  5. Some beautiful textures and colours there, illustrating that photography is in fact a "record of light"...

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  6. Very interesting shots and creative.

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  7. These are wonderful Joyce.
    I like to shoot these subjects as well.

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  8. You certainly capture the essence of textures. Good job! Thanks for visiting! ~Marlee

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  9. Wonderfully subtle textures. It's good to take a closer look sometimes.

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