Sunday, November 29, 2009

Screwed to the wall

No escape this way

23 comments:

Anne said...

Nei harru sett :-) Og en klør seg voldsomt i hode og undrer hvilken fuksjon den der måtte skulle ha???

Men a jeg likte det?? Åååjjjaaaa

RennyBA's Terella said...

Jeg gjør som Anne, men tenker at den i alle fall er dekorativ :-)

ANNA-LYS said...

A new kind of "wallpaper"
called "stonenails", I have plenty of them
ha ha ha ha

Kidding!

It must be a kind of bench holder for people that are up against the wall

Gallow said...

This is interesting. Do you know the purpose of this? Does it help hold the wall together, or is it for decoration?

webruci said...

Great picture Rune, you can surprize me every day. It is original, and this make to be a great picture.
Ha fin dag.

Sylvia said...

Funny thing! What is it? I love the colours of the stones!

Malyss said...

Indiana Jones would have said: "In real life, a cross never shows the place of the treasure!"..Ü
Beautyful textures of the stones.

Dina said...

Great color combination. Love those stones.
A wall anchor, is it?

"No escape this way"--interesting approach.

Carolyn Ford said...

Beautiful contrasting bold colors! Interesting find...and, no, I am not offended by your preference of my second photo (Shadow Shot Sunday). I appreciate your comments very much!

ArneA said...

Det er godt jeg vet du ikke har dobbeltmening bak titlene og har valgt riktig preposisjon

Dagrun said...

Hehe, her fikk du mange underholdende kommentarer. Vet du hva det er? Flott bilde uansett, rust og stein gjør seg.

Dina said...

Thanks for your comment. That is so cool! I'd love to see that cannonball in situ!

Heges fotoblogg said...

Rust og stein gir (nesten) alltid en vellykket komposisjon :) Jeg sier som de andre, vet du hva som var hensikten med dette krysset? Var det kun for dekorasjon eller hadde det noe med muren å gjøre?

Ida said...

Den slipper å klamre seg fast i alle fall.... ;)
Fine farger! :)

imac said...

X marks the spot, love the rust and stone walling.

lynnwiles said...

I guess that's one way to hold up an old stone wall, like iMac I love the rust and stone walling too.

Marka said...

Interesting. One wonders what it would by used for. A tie-off of some sort perhaps?

ChrisJ said...

I'm supposing it's there to support the wall. My inquisitive mind just wonders why they chose that exact spot. I suspect the answer is beyond my comprehension any way.

Elizabeth said...

Very interesting picture! I really like the how striking the rust is against the stones. I like how you take something we might ordinarily walk past and capture it in a fascinating shot. Nice work!

My husband is Norwegian, which must explain the obsession with skiing. :)

maggiescamera said...

Great picture. You did a great job cropping closely to the subject.

ANNA-LYS said...

He he tack!!!

ANNA-LYS said...

lol @ IMAC

Rune (Bildebloggen) said...

Her skulle muren holde seg sammen en god stund, ikke ofte å se dem så store som dette, men fine og rustne er dem, og helt klart til stor nytte :)