Saturday, March 20, 2010

. . . showed more shots




from my alley explorations. The photo above is obviously a crop of the picture of the building I so loved in my last post. There were so many ways to crop that picture.





This one is more concrete with rust stains from a metal fence . . .






and so is this one.





And although this is not an abstract photo, I just love it. It looks like a huge tangled mess. I hope some utility worker can perform the delicate surgery required to reactivate this thing, because it looks like it's broken to me. Your utility dollars at work. Neurons? Axons? Dendrites, anyone? (I'm sorry, I'm showing off there. . . I actually had to look those words up yesterday.)

6 comments:

Leslie Avon Miller said...

Your artist's eye serves you well Mary! It's fun to see what you see!

Anonymous said...

These are wonderful. The last one looks like some of my yarn!!!!
Love, Anna

Tonya Vollertsen said...

You have such a great eye for wonderful color, texture and pattern! I can't tell you how many people I told about your beautiful dumpster shots! Okay, maybe that's why I don't have that many friends. LOL! Anyway, these are great as well.

A rambling rose said...

An eye for the detail - great images!

Crystal said...

I get so much inspiration out of visiting your blog. I shared this with my blog readers in my most recent post and will be linking to you from my Art Saves story on Jenny Doh's new website Crescendoh in April. Thanks for sharing your work and inspiration!

BrendaJean said...

Wow. I just came over after reading Crystal's blog post. I love the rich colors of the building. What I appreciate even more is how you looked at the whole, and then focused the eye in on finite detail. Awesome!