20110516

found abstract | no. 19

Subtle colors, roughened surface and repeated pattern...
More rusty metal from Dellinger's Grist Mill, Bakersville, NC

6 comments:

Brandon said...

Nice Post! Glad I found this blog!

If you're into photography, check out my blog. I'm a photographer!

www.electricbrandon.com

If you want, follow it and I'll do the same. Thank you. :)

Stephanie Hoff Clayton said...

brandon,
thank you for visiting.

plasticanimal said...

Love this image! I read an article recently about how viewing a pleasing image or listening to a song that you enjoy releases endorphins.

I wonder if artists get higher amounts of endorphins released and if that is a driving factor behind artistic creation.

Rust gets my endorphins in a tizzy!

Pete Hoge said...

I love texture.

Here in Philly I have more
than enough material to
make texture studies with
my digital camera.

Post-industrial ruins offer
many of us a goldmine of
inspiration.

Is the composition intentional?

If you did not do any cropping
I say that serendipity worked
in your favor.

Stephanie Hoff Clayton said...
This comment has been removed by the author.
Stephanie Hoff Clayton said...

plasticanimal,
i didn't know that! how fascinating.
Re: "I wonder if artists get higher amounts of endorphins released and if that is a driving factor behind artistic creation": that's interesting food for thought...

pete,
i cropped the image. i wish i could be that intentional when taking photos!