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gary_d 10 576 13 Wales
15 Jul 2014 10:54PM
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

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15 Jul 2014 10:58PM
A really great frame filler. Rust, peeling paint, a tiny rusty padlock. What's not to like?
Super shot, with lots if great textures
Patty GrinGrin
15 Jul 2014 11:03PM
Could only be yours Mick, like the detail,
9 10 10 England
15 Jul 2014 11:10PM
Are you short of decorators in your area Mick? WinkWinkWinkGrinGrinGrin
NDODS 7 5.1k 125 United Kingdom
15 Jul 2014 11:17PM
An image of wonderful contrasts so very well observed and captured Mike.

Regards NathanGrinGrinGrin
15 Jul 2014 11:19PM
Great texture and details, in this fine shot, Mick!
Irishkate Plus
7 41 114 United Kingdom
15 Jul 2014 11:59PM
Love it - flaky paint and texture with a bit of rusty hardware for good measure.
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taggart Plus
13 47 13 United States
16 Jul 2014 12:59AM
texture to die for-- and a little rust for the fun of it!
Mollycat Plus
4 11 2 United Kingdom
16 Jul 2014 1:23AM
Might need a sander on this one Mick, plus loads of undercoat.
Peter GrinGrin
Perfectly colour matched across the board.. wonderful textures and shades..

Lynette Grin
nonur Plus
9 17 13 Turkey
16 Jul 2014 6:10AM
Excellent texture and colour saturation, Mick.
16 Jul 2014 6:30AM
Now this is a rustagraph that I like!!

( ...From my limited experience of painting, I'd say it was a photograph WinkWinkGrin )

Nikonuser1 Plus
5 153 16 United Kingdom
16 Jul 2014 7:23AM
Great image Mick, great textures, like the padlock and hasp and clasp, like this image a lotSmile

andylea 9 37 1 United Kingdom
16 Jul 2014 7:39AM
belting colour and textures mick a ceacker nice one Wink
barbarahirst 9 27 12 United Kingdom
16 Jul 2014 7:51AM
Wood and metal????
woolybill1 Plus
11 23 72 United Kingdom
16 Jul 2014 7:53AM
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 Smile
Well seen, Mick, and I do like the composition!
fentiger Plus
17 918 24 England
16 Jul 2014 7:53AM
Lots of pictures within a picture but the whole is great full, of great textures and detail but not a lot of rust.

mrswoolybill Plus
11 1.2k 1929 United Kingdom
16 Jul 2014 8:18AM
Two different paint jobs that started as the same colour but have travelled different paths.
16 Jul 2014 9:55AM
great range of flaky textures Mick

CaroleS Plus
8 433 3 United Kingdom
16 Jul 2014 10:36AM
Looks like some maturing rust on the left - two nicely differing texturesSmile
Chinga Plus
7 3 1 United Kingdom
16 Jul 2014 12:35PM
Wonder what is inside?
Brilliant image, makes a good abstract, great grotty content with a little rust included for flavour! Grin
16 Jul 2014 1:53PM
Had to be yours, Mick!
Timber exposed to the elements survives much better than exposed steel!

TrevBatWCC Plus
9 12 12 England
16 Jul 2014 2:44PM
Rust coloured wood and flaky paint too! Wink A very nicely composed shot, Mick Smile

Trev Smile
16 Jul 2014 5:28PM
Had to search for the Padlock Mick, but that gave me more time to admire the lovely backdrop.

John Smile
danbrann Plus
13 637 17
16 Jul 2014 6:03PM
One of those verticals is not vertical. Can you please rectify that before I come for another look..
netta1234 6 382 2 Wales
16 Jul 2014 6:12PM
This is a brilliant textured image MickSmile
SlowSong Plus
9 7.4k 30 England
16 Jul 2014 10:13PM
Shabby chic - dead on trend.
Glostopcat 12 255 2 England
28 Jul 2014 6:47PM
A terrific study of neglect and decay Mick. I don't know what AndyLea means by a "ceacker". Is that a Scottish word?Wink I guess we'll never know now as he's 500px'd off this site!Sad

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