Tuesday, April 22, 2014

Wordless Tuesday. Because I don't care about alliteration.



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  1. As always, I love your photographs and seeing what catches your eye!

    Love them the both. Especially the barbed wire!

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  2. hey, whats wrong with alliteration...it goes with barb wires and gears...love the texture of rust too....smiles.

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    1. Nothing wrong with it, I just didn't feel like waiting until Wordless Wednesday.

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  3. Peter piper pecked on the barb wire.
    Do you know what the rusted items are? I wondering why they are nailed to a board.

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    1. Some tractor part, maybe? They were nailed to the side of a barn.

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  4. There is something homey about barbed wire, (as opposed to razor wire). I too like the textures and colors of rust.

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    1. I think so, too. But maybe because part of my childhood was spent on a farm.

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  5. Okay, I have to admit, I had to google alliteration to see its meaning :)

    I like the wires; I'm just not sure what I'm looking at on the bottom picture?

    betty

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    1. A day earlier and I could have gone with Metallic Monday.

      I don't know - they were on a barn and I just liked the look of them.

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  6. here is my silent comment:


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  7. So who or what are you trying to keep out with the barbed wire? Or is it someone else's? At any rate, there's a story behind it!

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    1. It's not mine, but as always, it's also metaphor.

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  8. You are such a rebel. And one with an eye for an interesting shot as well.

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  9. Texture and weathering. I like.

    XO
    WWW

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  10. When I was much younger I failed to see the beauty in these kinds of scenes. Now I drink them up with eyes of wonder, enjoying how time and weather works magic.

    I don't know what those bottom things are either, maybe some car or tractor parts or something.

    xoxo

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    1. Age has brought me new appreciation as well.

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  11. To heck with the wordless. What are those things in the bottom frame?

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    1. The closest I can guess is machinery parts.

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