Random mutterings, observations, and comments on what ever comes to mind. Photos will be posted.
I came by to see your signs post but I had to comment on the new stuff toothe top shot makes the object look like artthe sculpture below is beautiful!!and I liked the signs post too :)have a great weekend
Thanks for your kind comment. I like the artistic thought put into old machine design.
I like the top photo too... bwt, thanks for the visit and for the info about my post.
I just can't get over being an urban sociologist. I also like your photographs.
W is for Water!;-)
"W" is for water. This is a cover to a water valve, but I'll bet it would be difficult to open as it seem to be concreted in place.
Round and round we go, where we do not know, unless there's lots of snow, and all our tracks will show.
Thank you for that, Lowell. Some of these round objects move, and some don't, but poetry is always appreciated.
Interesting round features! The wheel stands alone as a work of art! And the valve looks so much like a smiling cartoon face!
I enjoyed these pictures as well. I was so intrigued by the second one that I had to look up the A.Y. McDonald Company and found out they're still in existence making water valves and such, in Dubuque, Iowa.
These shots work so well in black and white.
Great images! I find the first one especially interesting.
The juxtapositions you create with the objects you find are as intriguing as the photography. Is it all for fun or do you use a similar process in problem solving or philosophy development? It seems that could be an interesting meditative exercise at least....BTW, so far, no fresh lemon tarts to be found in Vienna. I did find the answer to your question as to the mystery statue on Stephansdom, though.
You find a lot of things, great b&w
The first is a wonderful collection of shapes and shadows - lovely!
I like the spiral wheel because of the twisty spokes. The other thing looks like a surveyor's mark, regardless, things like that fascinate me.