... with open eyes, and a generous heart, there is awe 'round many a corner ...
This hook has the same crook in it that Ann's swan has in its neck in her photo. Interesting!The curve adds so much visual interest to the photo!JanGDP
That's a fascinating photo, and your title is very clever!
Interesting! Great one
nice B&W also depth of field...interesting subject!
I have never seen a hitching rail. The B&W is termendous. The shine on the hook is perfect.
Yup, the ceremony looked a lot like this when Mr. Brattcat and I got hitched. ( : That's a great new profile shot, Julie.
Great shot. I like how shiny the hook is in the photograph.
I like the black and gray tones and the bokeh great.
Quite a fine, hand forged hitch there, accentuated by B&W. Most excellent Julie!
Great tones. Nicely done.
Nice one. Like your new profile shot. Did I ever send you the shots of you from the Hawkesbury, I can't remember?
Is this an oblique reference to Valentine? It's fun coming across references to yesteryear just hanging about like someone forgot they are needed anymore. I like the new profile shot too.
I really like the light in this shot. The monochrome effect just seems to accentuate it.
That is a shot with black magic...:-)Servus and have a nice dayKvelli
I would not have guessed what it was for. Too many Westerns.
Elegant composition, but looks dangerous :-)
Interesting! I like details in monochrome! Great image!
Nice Julie -- the come hither simplicity makes this image a strong one.
My kind of picture! Very nice capture.
Love the simplicity and quality of this image, Julie. Oh so perfect for B&W.
Love it! Bravo to you, Julie. Valentines and Australia - you said it so well.
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