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Not my usual close up frame filling shot of the rusty lock.
I just thought the surrounding detail deserved an airing too !!
I looked at the thumbnail and thought that's Micks, you are right to show more as there is a lot to look at in this. - gary
A really great frame filler. Rust, peeling paint, a tiny rusty padlock. What's not to like?
Super shot, with lots if great textures
Could only be yours Mick, like the detail,
Are you short of decorators in your area Mick?
An image of wonderful contrasts so very well observed and captured Mike.
Great texture and details, in this fine shot, Mick!
Love it - flaky paint and texture with a bit of rusty hardware for good measure.
texture to die for-- and a little rust for the fun of it!
Might need a sander on this one Mick, plus loads of undercoat.
Perfectly colour matched across the board.. wonderful textures and shades..
Excellent texture and colour saturation, Mick.
Now this is a rustagraph that I like!!
( ...From my limited experience of painting, I'd say it was a photograph )
Great image Mick, great textures, like the padlock and hasp and clasp, like this image a lot
belting colour and textures mick a ceacker nice one
Wood and metal????
Were you by any chance exploring the very limits of compositional possibility, Mick, or merely making sure that the padlock didn't get left out altogether?
As it happens, I like the extreme composition.
Interesting textures and lines, notably the way the sheet of corrugated iron was added askew; and the classically-correct number of rivets attaching the hasp to the door
Well seen, Mick, and I do like the composition!
Lots of pictures within a picture but the whole is great full, of great textures and detail but not a lot of rust.
Two different paint jobs that started as the same colour but have travelled different paths.
great range of flaky textures Mick
Looks like some maturing rust on the left - two nicely differing textures
Wonder what is inside?
Brilliant image, makes a good abstract, great grotty content with a little rust included for flavour!
Had to be yours, Mick!
Timber exposed to the elements survives much better than exposed steel!
Rust coloured wood and flaky paint too! A very nicely composed shot, Mick
Had to search for the Padlock Mick, but that gave me more time to admire the lovely backdrop.
One of those verticals is not vertical. Can you please rectify that before I come for another look..
This is a brilliant textured image Mick
Shabby chic - dead on trend.
A terrific study of neglect and decay Mick. I don't know what AndyLea means by a "ceacker". Is that a Scottish word? I guess we'll never know now as he's 500px'd off this site!
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