BEHIND THE RESALE SHOP

Posted: August 19, 2013 in Architecture, Details, Fences, Negaunee, Old Houses, Old Wood, Photography, Rust, Upper Michigan, Wabi Sabi
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In Negaunee.

I should have been patient and set the scene for these pieces with some street and building shots, but I started to play with a few close-ups and the next thing I knew…

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So, I’ll show you the street next time. This was the rear yard of a resale shop connected with the community theatre. Had I worked for days, I couldn’t have set up finer groupings.  Treasures. Everywhere you looked: treasures.

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What’s this?

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If I remember correctly, part of an old street lamp.

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Lastly, a close-up of the guys from the larger picture above. I swear they are in a pub and singing. Singing what, you ask? 

One, two and three Jolly Coachmen, sat in an English Tavern. And they decided, and they decided, and they decided…to have another flagon!”

Comments
  1. Lignum Draco says:

    Looks like you found Aladdin’s cave.

  2. richardhaas8 says:

    Treasures indeed! I can’t wait to see the rest.

  3. Great images…..as always Wabi!

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