Tuesday, April 2, 2013

More than one {Texture}

Willa texture - Nancy Claeys

My son happened to spot this railing in back of an old church in town as we were driving past (or is it passed?) and thought I needed to get a picture. Boy, am I glad he's a good spotter for me! I love this heart shaped wrought iron banister. There are so many cracks and chips and worn places. I'm sure there have been many people who have ascended and descended these solid steps, gliding gracefully down while sliding their hands along the cool iron. Children have perhaps played on here, crawling and scampering underneath the rails having a grand time! 

Varied colors and textures in the gravel and grass make it a pretty picture, too.

Do you make u-turns and go back for a photo op?


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19 comments:

  1. o evolvente do corrimão forma um conjunto de cores agradável.
    Abraço

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    1. Thank you for stopping by and commenting. It does all work together pretty well for some great colors.

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  2. Your Son has a great eye for beauty, and I think so Mother so Son. Beautiful shot and edit, love the heart shaped bannister.

    I'm still not used to take my camera along all the time... often I do not make U-turns, but go back home catch my camera and drive right back ;(

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    1. I have learned to take my camera with me each time I leave the house! If not, I am sure to need it. Thanks so much for coming by, Barbara!

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  3. Lovely railing but scary looking steps - LOL!

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    1. Hi Patrice, They are rather steep but still beautiful. Have a great day!

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  4. Love the heart shapes on the banister. Mother and son both have a good eye! Lovely! Yes, I do make u-turns.

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    1. Thanks! I'm just glad I have a small car that is easy to whip around ;)

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  5. Love the white hearts mixed with the stone - so pretty.

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    1. Thanks, Lisa! I'm noticing this pattern more and more in our area. It's frequently on old posts and buildings.

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  6. Great banister find, Anne! The textures you used are perfect.

    Ranc Wife Robyn

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  7. I always dawdle behind when we are out spotting little things to photograph great capture I too would have stopped....

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  8. Nice capture! Very good eye by your assistant ;) I often make u-turns too, love how they can yield the best of photos...

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  9. The texture is perfect for this shot;)

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  10. lots of great textures, is right! :)

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  11. What a great eye your son has! And the use of texture with this shot makes it so perfect. Love it!

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  12. Very nice! Hubby spots great shots for me, too!

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  13. I love the textures on this. It adds a vintage look. What a great railing. Your son is a keeper :)

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  14. This is beautiful, Anne! I'm glad you went back and took a picture for all of us to enjoy :)

    Hugs to you,
    Stephanie

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