"To me, photography is an art of observation.
It's about finding something interesting in an ordinary place...
I've found it has little to do with the things you see
and everything to do with the way you see them."
Linking with Black and White Wednesday...
Old machines and such like are great subjects for B/W - I like this image.ReplyDelete
Stewart M - Australia
Good capture. 100% with Mr. Erwitt.ReplyDelete
Thanks Stewart!!! I was especially taken with the shapes and then the texture of the shingles with moss in the background!!!ReplyDelete
Thanks Bibi!!! I totally agree with his quote too!!!
You beat me! I have been enjoying your photos for ages now and trying to figure if you are actually from Pasadena too. Love your photos and thank you for joining me in Coventry :)ReplyDelete
Thanks LOL!!! Glad you enjoy the results of my photography passion!!! I was born and raised next door to Pasadena, married my current husband 10 years ago and moved to our house about a half mile from where I grew up!!! We now live in Mammoth, as I'm sure you know, and are loving the Eastern Sierras...but we still have our home in Glendale...my step-daughter and her family are there now!!!ReplyDelete
And LOL, I get to see Chieftess in person from time to time, lucky me!ReplyDelete
Chieftess, you know I love your photos. And have you read every piece of great literature there is? Where do you find all these piercingly perfect quotes?
I've got a treasure of stuff to catch up on here, but the dogs with the stick -- that's going to be hard to beat.ReplyDelete
Lucky me Petrea!!! I get to see the famous (or is it infamous?) Petrea from time to time!!!ReplyDelete
Thanks Hiker!!! They went again today...this time Kelly wasn't quite as patient when Diego tried to get a hold of the stick...she wanted it for herself!!!