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Rust and peeling paint on the door of an old truck. Once I saw the duck flying, the whole scene with the pond, grass and flowers appeared. :)
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bjing, corrosion, duck, metal, peeling paint, pink, rust, truck, twilight
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Cool shot Barbara looks like a leaping dolphin in the middle there.
Thanx, hh :)
– Barbara Ingersoll
Scenic Abstract of Urban proportions Barbara! wonderful hue of colours and love the horizon line along with the splash of blue representing the water of Lupin Pond. Great eye to see this photographic representation of landscape in metal.
Thanks so much, Alixzandra!
I See What You See….!:D :D Well done girl!:)BIG Fav here!:Dgreetz,kappi:)
Thank you, kappisan, so nice of you :)
Awesome Barbara, what a beautiful piece ;-)
Thanks, Andrew, I think I skipped across the whole scrap metal yard when I saw a rusty, pink truck over ion the other side.. :)
Stunning Barbara…girl rust! I love this..right to my fav’s
Thanx, Debra – girl rust rocks!
Fabulous! I love it! The colors are great and the little scene with the pond and the flying duck is wonderful!
Thank you, Aunt Dot, I never seem to find a landscape in my rust-scapes :) so I was happy to find this!
Very well captured and wonderfully titled. A good title really adds to the enjoyment of a shot!
Thanks Marguerite! Took awhile to title but this does state what I see so there it is! :-)
What a great find!! Love it
Thank you, Rebecca :)
Wonderful imagery, Barbara, complete in every detail. I particularly enjoy the grassy valleys and hills on the far side of the pond. I originally saw an egret standing in the reeds along the shoreline before I read your description.
Thank you, Robert! I think you see more than I do here :)
Lovely stuff!! . . .
Thanx, Hugh :)