"__ "Shh! today is wordless!LOL
I just liked them.
As always, I love your photographs and seeing what catches your eye!Love them the both. Especially the barbed wire!X
hey, whats wrong with alliteration...it goes with barb wires and gears...love the texture of rust too....smiles.
Nothing wrong with it, I just didn't feel like waiting until Wordless Wednesday.
Peter piper pecked on the barb wire.Do you know what the rusted items are? I wondering why they are nailed to a board.
Some tractor part, maybe? They were nailed to the side of a barn.
There is something homey about barbed wire, (as opposed to razor wire). I too like the textures and colors of rust.
I think so, too. But maybe because part of my childhood was spent on a farm.
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
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.
here is my silent comment:
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!
It's not mine, but as always, it's also metaphor.
Circular and metallic.
You are such a rebel. And one with an eye for an interesting shot as well.
I'm drawn to interesting textures.
Texture and weathering. I like.XOWWW
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
Age has brought me new appreciation as well.
To heck with the wordless. What are those things in the bottom frame?
The closest I can guess is machinery parts.