This old shed wall caught my eye as I drove down a country goat track on Sunday. I love the mixture of materials – use whatever is on hand at the time to fix things up. Leads to loads of character…
Another of my neighbour’s creations. I am so lucky to live in Vacy Downs where I don’t need to worry about the unthinkable happening!! Check out the detail…
This is part of the gate down at the church in Vacy. Love the rust & the flaky paint!
I drove to work this morning as usual, and parked in my usual spot. When I looked up I saw this door for the very first time. There are trees obscuring it, but really, I should have seen this door before now, I park here nearly every day! The first thing that came to mind was “What a great door to shoot!”, and because I have been dragging my camera around everywhere I was able to do just that. I am really pleased with the results too. It helps that it has lots of wooden grain, flaky paint and rust – a perfect textural object!
I actually stopped on my way home because a working tractor caught my eye. It was plodding along in the afternoon sun with some ominous looking clouds hanging around. But in the end it was this rusty old hay rake that I snapped that made the cut for today’s image. Another rusty, angular, geometric object!
The rusty colours and texture of the chain fence around the ocean pool are great. Even better against a blue ocean & sky!
This door to the pump house at the ocean baths just screams “No Entry” to me. Maybe it’s the rust….
It doesn’t matter that the stone walls are high or the windows have bars, these little guys can still flit in & out as they please! Nature inside the walls of the stone jungle that is Trial Bay Gaol.