Five images.

Back to the Old Barn. I continue to be wowed by the persistence of red on the screws and nails, while the wood has mostly just sighed and given it up. The softness of the surface in the last image makes it far more evocative of fabric than wood.

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Comments
  1. Karen Taylor says:

    It is amazing to see the threading effects if the aged wood. You can see the delicate features in the wood. The knotting pulls swirls in the threads. Soft grays and rusty reds that lightly pop out are pretty.

  2. Marjorie says:

    Abstractions! Especially No. 4/……my favorite

  3. sedge808 says:

    they has loads of character.

  4. andykidd says:

    full size and as much as the screws and nails persist with the red, i love the greys and whites of the timber. Then again that hinge takes some beating heh heh!

  5. gretpass says:

    I absolutely LOVE #1. It has a little of everything that speaks to me going for it.

    • 🙂
      (I’m sorry I did not respond earlier…sometimes comments slip by me and I do not catch them. In person, I am aware that my hearing is not as sharp as it once was and I do miss some comments, but I’m pretty sure I can’t use that as an excuse on the written word.)

  6. Brett says:

    Great textures!

  7. souldipper says:

    Love the textures and the sharp surprise of rusted nails – great essay. Isn’t it a joy to see the magnificence in the most innocent of subjects? Well done.

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