11 February 2009

Wordless Wednesday (Feb. 11)


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fraizerbaz 2/11/09, 7:06 AM  

I just love old brick and iron. Nice shot!

Robin 2/11/09, 7:30 AM  

Beautiful combination of industrial and organic - I love the way all the different patterns are drawn together by the circle in the center of the ironwork.

Sandy Nawrot 2/11/09, 7:38 AM  

You always manage to see the beauty in things I would not even glance at! Very nice!

Anonymous,  2/11/09, 7:38 AM  

I love architechture

Mojo 2/11/09, 7:45 AM  

Excellent composition! You can't tell right away if that's actually a reflection or the view of the other side.

Nice job!

Pok Dell 2/11/09, 7:53 AM  

Great workmanship..
I've been in a construction industry quite some time..and I tell you that it's not easy to arrange bricks in a such manner.
But they really need to patch that crack though.
Great capture :)

Anonymous,  2/11/09, 8:00 AM  

nice shot. thanks for visiting by WW.

Anonymous,  2/11/09, 8:04 AM  

Beautiful! I love the old brickwork and the view behind the wagonwheel type window.

Dorte H 2/11/09, 8:11 AM  

What a beautiful combination!
I hope you are going to tell us where you found it. If you have photos of the building, wall or whatever, I would really like to see more!

Scriber's Web 2/11/09, 8:12 AM  

I love the composition and the different textures. Very nice shot!

Thanks for visiting my blog and commenting!

Beth F 2/11/09, 8:18 AM  

Dorte: You could probably go see the entire building! It's in Hojer in southwest Denmark! I have a couple of other shots of the building, but this is my favorite.

Anonymous,  2/11/09, 8:19 AM  

Lovely! From a certain angle, it looks like a sundial too! :)

Dorte H 2/11/09, 8:48 AM  

- still, Hojer is a couple of hundred kilometres from my home in the northwestern corner of Denmark, but I may see it in a holiday.

bermudaonion 2/11/09, 8:54 AM  

I look forward to your Wordless Wednesdays each week.

DNLee 2/11/09, 9:35 AM  

happy ww, beth. as usual, thanks for stopping by and I love your shot. I take alot of structural shots, too. I want to share them, guess I'll post them on flickr one day.

InventingLiz 2/11/09, 9:52 AM  

Such a nice combination of colors. Are the trees on the other side of the glass, or a reflection?

Anonymous,  2/11/09, 9:53 AM  

Beautiful. I love it!

Anonymous,  2/11/09, 9:57 AM  

Neat shot contrasting the rough manmade brick with the soft trees in the window:)

teabird 2/11/09, 11:07 AM  

Wonderful - a portal or a reflection? Or both?

Anonymous,  2/11/09, 11:51 AM  

This is cool. Makes me want to go through and see what's on the other side.

~ April ~ EnchantedDandelions 2/11/09, 11:53 AM  

Absolutely gorgeous! I just love the contrast of colors. Off to read more of your blog!

Thanks for stopping by mine!

Tanya 2/11/09, 12:16 PM  

I also couldn't be sure if it was a window or a reflection, save for your title. I like. :)

Louise 2/11/09, 12:16 PM  

Thanks for posting those great Danish images from time to time Beth, I really do hope you'll come back visiting. Camera in hand!

Alvis 2/11/09, 1:02 PM  

Nice, I like architectural shots. Your banner pic is fantastic.

Anonymous,  2/11/09, 1:05 PM  

All I can say is WOW. Amazing.

Cathy 2/11/09, 1:13 PM  

I love architectural shots, especially ones with plenty of pattern and texture, like this one.

Secret Mom Thoughts 2/11/09, 2:14 PM  

Lovely shot. Love the reflections.

Anonymous,  2/11/09, 3:27 PM  

Awesome bricks creation! Must be made years ago.

Anonymous,  2/11/09, 4:18 PM  

Love the shot! Happy WW.

4 Lettre Words 2/11/09, 4:30 PM  

Ohhh....that's really cool!

Anonymous,  2/11/09, 5:23 PM  

What's that hole for? Is that a creek hole or just your bricks peeping window? It's cool to see those green creamy thing on the hole. Reminds me of a dreamcatcher movie.

Melody 2/11/09, 6:59 PM  

I echo the others! Nice shot!

Anonymous,  2/11/09, 7:38 PM  

What a cool shot! Thanks for sharing, and thanks for visiting my WW :)

Celeste 2/11/09, 8:48 PM  

Lovely shot. If you had not said so I would not have know it was a reflection

Indrani 2/11/09, 10:25 PM  

Great imagination there!
Like Mojo said, takes a while to make out if the trees are the reflection or on the other side.

LivingforGod 2/11/09, 10:49 PM  

Very nice!

Thanks for your comment on my photo blog!

Anonymous,  2/12/09, 12:37 AM  

Tha is a beautiful window! I wonder how old it is?

My photo this week is all about sharing.

Happy WW!

Anonymous,  2/12/09, 4:07 AM  

I love the reflection of the trees in the window. Lovely shot!

Unknown 2/12/09, 9:28 PM  

Beautiful! I wouldn't mind looking at that daily. :)

Alice 2/13/09, 10:45 PM  

That's a great shot! And an interesting one too. :D

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