20 April 2011

Wordless Wednesday 126

Sundial Parts, 2011

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catsynth 4/20/11, 1:40 AM  

Great close-up detail.

Indrani 4/20/11, 5:05 AM  

That is too close... great details.

caite 4/20/11, 6:44 AM  

here I am, trying to figure out that it is...the sun, a star, a face..
Guess I should just read the title!

Sandy Nawrot 4/20/11, 7:20 AM  

I'd love to see what the whole thing looks like!

bermudaonion 4/20/11, 9:25 AM  

Great photo! I hope it's been cleaned and put back together.

Carol @ There's Always Thyme to Cook 4/20/11, 9:47 AM  

Great shot, love the details, and I am trying to put it back together in my head :)

Brooke 4/20/11, 9:55 AM  

Beautiful... It's been a long time since I saw a sundial. The one I had was lost during a move..

Zibilee 4/20/11, 9:59 AM  

Once again, I have to say, you take some excellent pictures!

Martha@Hey, I want to read that 4/20/11, 10:32 AM  

Another great shot. I'd love to see what it looks like assembled.

heavenisabookstore 4/20/11, 11:35 AM  

Very different point of view.

tracy 4/20/11, 12:05 PM  

what a fun photo. now i have the song "sundials" by alkaline trio stuck in my head though. do you know it?

Dorte H 4/20/11, 12:06 PM  

What a funny shot. Actually I´ve just read Sophie Hannah´s Hurting Distance about Naomi Jenkins who designs sun dials.

Anonymous,  4/20/11, 1:11 PM  

What in interesting photo. Great detail.

Stan 4/20/11, 3:32 PM  

Nice shot. I really like pictures that get up close and reveal detail.

Marie 4/20/11, 4:33 PM  

Sundials are very cool. I love the details and the verdigris in this shot. Well done.

Banan Appealing 4/20/11, 4:50 PM  

Very interesting shot. Love the faces on those.

colleen 4/20/11, 5:00 PM  

Seems to be crying sand.

SandyCarlson 4/20/11, 7:55 PM  

Sunshine, find your way! Great photo, Beth.

Yvonne 4/20/11, 8:08 PM  

Interesting picture!

SuziQoregon 4/21/11, 12:00 AM  

This is wonderful! I love to zoom in on the details, it makes for such interesting perspectives and textures.

kayerj 4/21/11, 8:23 PM  

great detail, especially the oxidation of the copper.

jayayceeblog 4/21/11, 8:52 PM  

It's beautiful ... love the color of the patina!

Michelle 4/22/11, 4:35 PM  

Gorgeous! Almost looks a bit Egyptian to me.

Dawn @ sheIsTooFondOfBooks 4/23/11, 8:06 AM  

Lovely details - texture and color!

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