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state of being (ii)

By rosie42  
Despite the passing of millennia, Bruny Island seems largely unchanged - inert, silent, peaceful.

Yet this picture-postcard landscape is steadily being transformed as nature quietly reclaims things manmade. Metal corrodes, paint peels, timber weathers, as the environment is gradually restored to its natural state of being...


Bruny Island, Tasmania - the second in a series...

state of being (i)
state of being (iii)
state of being (iv)
state of being (v)

Thank you for viewing - any comments (+/-) gratefully received...

Susie :o)

Tags: Architecture Landscape and travel

Voters: motoads, jdenman, Scutter and 16 more


jdenman 11 19 5 Spain
30 Jul 2008 1:54PM
This is really nice, the composition and tones are good. You can see how the rot sets in at the bottom, until one day the ground will reclaim it.

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motoads 12 14 Australia
30 Jul 2008 2:00PM
wow! this shed looks to have seen better days Susie...

really like the letterbox crop, strong composition and the even exposure through the frame!

the light enables us to become interested in the shed... its history, and its welfare... although having read your text, it implies that its a good thing that nature is reclaiming it now?

easy on the eye, as usual... ads :o)
30 Jul 2008 2:56PM
Love this! Reminds me of The Isle of Mull. Wouldn't mind living there :o) Fine capture. HDave
13 21 6 United Kingdom
30 Jul 2008 4:34PM
When can I get the keys ? nice shot Rosie.

rosie42 15 7 Australia
1 Aug 2008 12:13PM
Thank you John, Ads, Dave & Pooch...

Susie :o)
this is beautiful!!!!!!!!!
rosie42 15 7 Australia
14 Aug 2008 12:17AM
Delighted you like it, Wallace! Appreciate you dropping by...

Susie :o)

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