8 comments so far

  1. uphilldowndale on

    It’s beautiful.

  2. giiid on

    Thank you for telling me. I was a little uncertain about how others might look at a rusty thing like this, but as you do, I find it beautiful too. This might help a little to think of, when the barbercue season starts, and this thing -which is a part of our grill – doesn´t work anymore. 🙂

  3. Gerry on

    Trash or treasure – it’s all a matter of perspective, isn’t it? I think that seeing the world in a different way is what makes people feel compelled to make art. Also to save that bit of stone or bark – or rusted metal – that is just, well, beautiful!

  4. awalkabout on

    What a palette of colors from something the rest of us would just think of as trash! you’re amazing!

  5. CheyAnne Sexton on

    wow your photography just keeps getting better and better.
    You go girl

  6. giiid on

    Thank you very much, Gerry, Babs and Cheyanne. 🙂

  7. PaNoy on

    A little fact to consider. Metal/Iron rusts because Mother Nature wants all her iron back (as iron ores, deep in the earth). We dug up her ores and she claims them back in due time:))

    Nice picture.

  8. giiid on

    This was a nice and poetic way to explain about the ecosystem, thank you. I am sorry that I can´t see your blog, if you have one, I would like to read it.

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