Wednesday, June 24, 2009

UNlocked/ Sepia Scenes

Unlocked and open! But...

I'm not going through. No way!


  To view other Sepia Scenes visit MaryT, theTeach at http://sepiascenes.blogspot.com

28 comments:

see you there! said...

My mind keeps wanting to see this photo as an anchor. I really had to make myself see the chain and lock.

Funny that.

Darla

Judy said...

I have tried taking photos like this, of bits and pieces of machinery, and they just don't work. That is why I am always amazed when you make them work, and they look stunning!
Love the poppy seedhead, too!

Tricia said...

Nope, I wouldn't go through either!
Very nice sepia photo, though

The Good Life in Virginia said...

like the lock and chain...lovely capture.
have a wonderful day.

2sweetnsaxy said...

That's a nice shot. I don't think I'd venture in there either.
:-)

Jarart said...

But that old rusty lock makes going through the gate so inviting. Too bad.

Cezar and Léia said...

What???? Guard DOG!!!! No way, I'm with you EG....
Outstanding sepia picture! and you are always soooo creative! I loved this funny post!
purrs and love
Luna(from Brazil) and mommy Léia

Small City Scenes said...
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Small City Scenes said...

Back away from the gate---NOW!!!
I agree with Judy---my odd bits and pieces never look like yours. Wah!!

James said...

Wonderful sepia close up.

ewok1993 said...

Great post. It pays to read all warnings before going in unlocked gates.

Paz said...

LOL! Glad you didn't risk it and go inside. Stay safe. ;-)

Paz

Carletta said...

Perfect!
Unlocked and open definitely not an invitation to enter in this case. :)

Craver Vii said...

If their guard dog was anything like mine, you would have nothing to fear. The worst thing she does is smell bad.

Rose said...

This was perfect for sepia! I was going to try to post a picture for it today, but forgot.

Ralph said...

The sepia softens the rust on the iron fence handle. If they say there is a dog on duty - well, I'd take the message to heart, make no eye contact and slowly retreat (should they let the dog out to enforce the message...)

Karen ~Georgia Angel said...

Great photo! Knowing me, I probably would have missed the sign and went in! LOL

Jacob said...

How'd you do that?

Great shot, whatever!

That is the chicken said...

But that unlatched gate looks so inviting!

Robin said...

Great shot, perfect for sepia.

That poppy down below is stunning too. (I've had (am having) a horrible week and am way behind on my blogreading.)

hip chick said...

I love the sepia. this is a perfect photo to do as sepia. Very nice.

Barbara said...

That is a pretty big chain they must mean business... Great sepia capture. Smiles Barbara

George said...

You were probably very wise not to go in. But the gate lock does make a wonderful sepia shot.

kaye said...

I thinks this is one my favorite photo's that I have seen on your blog. I love the detail of the fence,the latch, chain and lock. They work so well together.

Patti said...

Good thing they warned you of the guard dog. I wouldn't go in either.

That is an interesting photo of the lock - looks great in sepia.

maryt/theteach said...

Wise decision on your part, EG! Great Sepia Scenes shot! :)

Reader Wil said...

I also thought it was an anchor at first! It's a beautiful composition.

Buenos Aires Photoblog said...

That's why you should always carry wiener sausages with you. (:

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