Lori Witzel's pictures, poems and other souvenirs and artifacts.
"...below the brown exteriorgreen mechanisms beyond the intellectawaiting resurrection in rain..."Quite so.Best to you.word verication adds the following: azmzra(quite so also, I'm sure.)
Breathtaking! What could be better than a rusty barrel? Leave it to nature to perfect the color scheme.
Very, very nice.
Almost looks like gold leaf raining down.
Compliments to the complimentary colors! and textures. I wish I understood more of the poetic references, though! ;-P(And thanks for your encouragement on my paintings.)
I'm just trying to picture you taking these photographs.
Hi all y'all!Dale: Likewise back atcha for a lot of things I find on your site!Lee: Well, thank goodness it did rain some yesterday (Saturday) -- and your visits are also like much-needed rain, it helps keep me on my bloomin' toes. :-)Deidre: Am so glad you visited! I saw this while being thwarted (by a stout fence) from catching railroady stuff, and I count myself lucky the barrel was just so fine and beat up.Dave: Glad you liked! I've been loving your etching-like snow shots, BTW.am: It was a stunning thing to see. Still not sure what combo of toxic chemistry created this beauty.KPW: Ah, no need to understand poem stuff -- if you like the colors, that's enough.TIV: Heh... Well, picture a chunky tomboyish middle-aged gal in t-shirt, yoga pants and clashing Crocs pulling her car over near the most suspicious-looking warehouse loading docks, railyards, and busted-up cedar-chopper shacks imaginable and meandering about, slowly contorting her achy knees for a low close-up, peering over fencelines and around concrete barricades for the odd reflection, and you'll not be far off. :-)
Marvelous image of you doing your shooting. Not too different from my own!
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