- I'm an avid traveller and photographer.Well, first comes the joy of travelling, hiking and spending time in nature.Only then it's fun and a great pleasure to take my camera and to try to capture a great scenery or moment.So I can keep an image not only for my memory, but also to share it with you.Enjoy :-)
Dienstag, 24. November 2009
While we were in the Tux valley I did a short walk in rainy weather to get some fresh air. As usual I took my camera with me - you never know what to find. Near some depots filled with heaps of shavings I found a rusty and weathered white container. Actually I passed that place many times and never noticed anything special.
Not until this day, the weather was not good and I had time to stray around. I inspected that container and found it was full of bright orange rust marks. So I started to shoot in macro mode and looked for unqiue and different abstracts of rust.
There were lots of them! The image shows a figure that resembles a flower, corn or and island. The black lines of the flaking paint are a wonderful detail. And the orange of the rust harmonizes very well with the bright white of the paint.
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