Lori Witzel's pictures, poems and other souvenirs and artifacts.
Very nice. Kind of reminds me of like a rusted tin or something! Brandi
Fantastic photo, I love rusted metal and chippy paint. Beautiful choice for this weeks theme!a.
nice; the understide of a boat?
So lovely! I can imagine swimming along and seeing these rusty corals. You have such a great eye!
kooky crazy ooh la la. do more.
You've made a very nice abstrat with the theme, Lori. Waiting for part II.
Very interesting1 I love the colors combination
A play of lights and shadows, something quite interesting with those colours, I like them.
I love this Lori - gorgeous.
I think I see Jesus in the rust! No, wait...it's Matthew McConaughey. Sorry, they both have ripped abs, it gets confusing.Very interesting Lo-Wi (you thought I had forgotten your new nickname, didn't you?). Have you ever read the article about the Chinese Zombie Ships off the coast of West Africa???If not, read up...http://weblog.greenpeace.org/oceandefenders/archive/2006/03/happiness_the_chinese_zom.htmlAlmost as fascinating as your pics. :)
Low down on the side of a rusted out panel truck? It's pretty interesting... Looks kinda like a satellite shot.
I knew I left that huge metal whale somewhere...Again... You have an amazing eye for these details:) Ps.mmmmmmm salsa:)
Great vision...the texture of this really does evoke underwater objects and movement.
Thanks for the love, all y'all!This lovely bit was the side of an old rusty Chevrolet in a junk yard in North Carolina. It's a stretch, I know --but since it's within a 30 minute drive of where Blackbeard the pirate used to call home, I went for it.Trev, celeb air-kisses from Lo-Wi, the Zombie Ships article was amazing, poignant, and full of rust and barnacles. Appreciate the find and you sharing!ThomP -- TexMex do make the day brighter, and salsa is eggxellent on eggs...
you take the coolest photos...love your blog
I see the seahorse!!
I get it... This is a photo of the car where Jimmy Hoffa is located. The car is located 'under the sea.' Love the details of the paint chipping. Great job!
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