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Sunday, November 27, 2011

Macro Monday ~10-28-11

Can you guess what this is and what it is used for?






Here is your answer. It is a pipe resting on two round pieces of wood barricading cars from entering this area by the river at Roshen Pass. Another one of those simple things that fascinates me so.

This post is linked with Macro Monday.

22 comments:

  1. And very well brought in the picture. Well done Genie

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  2. nice teaser. would have never guessed! i like it, too!

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  3. I love rust and weathered stuff
    you found the beauty in this pipe

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  4. Rusty things have such great texture, excellent shots!

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  5. hahaha...nice one!

    good macros...the 3rd shot made it look like an old canon!

    cheers,
    My Third Eye

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  6. So beautiful, in all it's simplicity! I love the texture and the colors in the macros, and the depth in the last one is fabulous!

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  7. great photos...I do love rust!

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  8. Ha! I was wrong.... thought it was a hitching post!
    Grace

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  9. My guess is nuts and bolts. I am so way wrong! Great photo shots!

    Macro Monday

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  10. Cool shots. I love playing these sort of games, but I didn't guess this one. Good shot!
    Did you ever get the ticker for Spring training?
    B.

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  11. oh, I find great beauty in this, and it fascinates me too. the second photo is amazing. that is one of those things that I hope is never replaced with a new guard rail or something that has no character. great find Genie. happy week to you.

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  12. I love seeing the unexpected and would not have thought this was a pipe to hold back cars. I do love the rusty ends and how weathered they are.

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  13. I would never have guessed!
    Beautiful shots, love rust.

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  14. I was going to say this was a hose nozzle when I first saw it, but it makes more sense that it is a pipe that forms a old gate. Wonderful macro shots!

    I enjoyed your barn blog post and also the one about the swinging bridge, Genie. It was nice to learn more about you!

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  15. Great details and texture in that first macro! Love the tones of the rust.

    Happy MM

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  16. Dont't know what it is, but they are so great and so special! Good job!

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  17. Dont't know what it is, but they are so great and so special! Good job!

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  18. Delicious and creative compositions, beautiful photos, all are superb with excellent frames and beautiful colors and textures of rusted iron, great. Saludos.

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  19. It's amazing how a macro shot can make something so mundane seem special. Very nice shots here!

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  20. Awesome shot! I did not guess correctly. :)

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  21. Rust and autumn leafs is a fine poetic combination.

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