Sunday, May 24, 2009

Shabby shed in Monochrome Maniacs




This Monochrome concept came from Aileni at The Monochrome Maniacs

29 comments:

Kenobiitti said...

Mysterious picture.
Makes me wonder what might be behind those doors?
Can they even be opened.

Malyss said...

Old barns and old wood match perfectly with the black and white.This door had a life, a long and hard one, and you show it very well.

(PS: sad to learn that hedgehogs got salmonella. I hope people won't kill them because of the disease.)

Vita Stunder said...

Underbar bild!!
Jag blir genast förälskad när jag ser den här bilden :)

Det vilar en mystik över den -
vad finns bakom dörrarna?
Vad har hänt här?

Super!!

Ha en fin vecka!
Anna

Charlotte said...

Kjempe flott motiv, og bra bilde. Gjorde seg utmerket i S/V. Liker så godt forfallne gamle bygninger og ting :)

Anne said...

Gammel og værbitt ja, men ennå tjener den da litt!! sin hensikt??
men låse?? det er unødvendig ja...

Dagrun said...

Er det et nøst? Flott i s/hv!!!

Wenche said...

Ganske så falleferdig dette naustet ja. Er dessverre mange slike rundt om. Var flott i s/k. Fine detaljar i treverket.

Carver said...

There is something about old barns, especially when deteriorating that I really love. I guess they speak to past times.

You wondered if something was climbing in my photograph. The plants was a tall seed head on some kind of weed but it was almost as tall as a small tree. That's what made me focus on it, the sheer size of the stalk and pods. I have no idea what type of plant it is.

Anne-Berit said...

Stilig,tenk at gamle falleferdige og slitte bygninger blir så flotte i svart-hvitt.

PERBS said...

It must have been a great building in its time -- look at those hinges! Looks great in monochrome!

RennyBA said...

Shabby, Yes; But artistic captured!

RennyBA's Terella

Aileni said...

What a good mono - really like it.

Babooshka said...

What lies behind I wonder. It's a mystery and a perfect subject for mono.

Phoenix C. said...

It makes me think wistfully of visits to old fishing-villages near Whitby!

Rune (Bildebloggen) said...

Fint s/h bilde, du har fått fram treverkets alderdom veldig fint, og at det er en gammel lyktstolpe i bakgrunn fremhevet alderen.

Digital Polaroids said...

A touching picture

http://digitalpolaroids.blogspot.com/2009/05/palm-tree.html

bARE-eYED sUN said...

now, THIS is what i'm tawkin 'bout!

love the texture, contrast, composition and subject-- outstanding! :-)

thank you for sharing,
..
.ero

Clueless in Boston said...

Very well done.

Regina said...

a good one!

Liz said...

Wouldn't be very good for keeping things in! But would make a good jigsaw photo.

Dina ... UK said...

It still has character even if it does look shabby...
great shot.

Daryl said...

I like this .. old wooden structures fascinate me

Barbara Martin said...

Details of a photo tend to jump out at the viewer when seen in black and white. Perfect.

imac said...

Brill shot my friend, see its been raining over there.We are watching the camera from mum in laws ship now in dock at bergen today.

Niina said...

Gamla ruckliga dörrar blir fina i svartvitt! Det gör sig bättre så =). Tack för ditt besök!

imac said...

Love that old Barn, Rune.

Samantha ~ Holly and Zac ~ said...

In colour i would imagine it looks quite sad really as it is so shabby. In mono though it looks really good. :-)

Your EG Tour Guide said...

Hmmm. I see old barns are falling apart in Norway as they are in Canada. Makes for a great shot!

Dragonstar said...

Wonderful picture! I wonder why it is that I like the look of old doors so much, but if it was mine I'd be ashamed!