Monday, 1 December 2014

PICTURE THIS #279 ~ WOOD

CONGRATULATIONS, BAZ, FOR THE BEAUTIFUL BANNER PHOTO!

My interpretations on this week's theme (all photos were taken in Portugal)


WOOD

WOOD


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WOOD

7 comments:

  1. Hi Belita!!! Wonderful photos for this week's theme. The first photo is interesting.......I am trying to decide if it is the remains of a paddle-wheel boat, or the remains of a water-mill. I am baffled by the object in the second photo, I really don't know what it is. I love the textures of the third photo, of all the shoe-inserts. The final shot made me smile, it's like a wood-collector's chest!!

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    1. Hi Mitch! In the first shot what you see is the remains of a water-mill, while the second shot pictures what we call a French mouse-trap.
      Thanks for your kind words.

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  2. An old rickity wheel

    Instrument of torture?

    Clogs galore

    Rubbish

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  3. Hi Belita, once again I am in love with your photos. Beautiful old wheel, black and white really does it justice. The object in your second photo is perhaps a trap? Love the pattern of the wooden soles, nicely done. And the old chest is lovely with green and red accents here and there.

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  4. These are all wonderful shots Belita I really love them all ;)

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  5. some very interesting shots showing what can be done with wood. I particularly like the one with the clogs.

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  6. That first shot is so cool. It's not likely you would ever come across anything like that here. People would have made off with it for a souvenir.

    I was thinking mousetrap when I saw that second one, but if that's what it is, I can't imagine how it works.

    The wooden soles make a very interesting shot. I love the lines and texture and the way they are all stacked so nice and tightly against each other.

    That last shot is perfect for this theme! I can't imagine who would put together this picturesque ensemble, but I love it! It's my favorite of this set.

    Wonderful shots, all four.

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