wordless wednesday

29 comments:

  1. I need to know...what is the white?
    On the other hand, love the geometricness of this...

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  2. I wondering what the break in the brick wall was for...a peep hole? A gun mount? a wind break?

    Your photos are never wordless for me...they always ask me questions.

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  3. What is the plant growing up the wall?

    Nice shot Daryl.

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  4. Love your brick shots and this one is a real winner.

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  5. The bricks are two different colors! The section the vine is growing on is lighter (I'm not a fan of light bricks, especially gray bricks) but the other section is such a deep warm red...I love it! Makes me think there's an oven with bread or pizza baking inside, even though there clearly isn't, this time.

    PS--I am LOVE LOVE LOVING the book you recommended. My word. It's so poignant it is almost hard to read.

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  6. White mold? is that better than black mold?
    Seriously I am loving your art work using your new camera. ;)

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  7. A brick wall always looks so strong and somehow comforting

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  8. Nice texture. Makes me want to reach out and touch it.

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  9. No longer in use I take it. Or do they have alfresco trials in Mathews?

    If walls could talk. Nice perspective!

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  10. So...the pigeons followed you to Mathews? What's on the other side? (walls demand that question)

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  11. Funny how a vine will always make its way to the brick. Nice shot!
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  12. I like this shot. Seems kinda lonely up there.

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  13. I love the brick with the greenery growing over it.

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  14. If walls could talk...
    I also want to reach out and touch the roughness of the brick. Most people would have walked on by but your artist eye saw that special shot. Thumbs up!

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  15. My favorite part is the milky blue sky in the background. Barely there, but so there.

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  16. That white stuff is interesting. It would seem like water sediment to me, but the structure seems to not be such to have that in those places. I like the texture and strong contrasts in color.

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