state of being (v)

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...

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

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

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

Susie :o)

Tags: General Architecture Landscape and travel


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Comments


Rogerex Plus
10 32 12 Australia
13 Aug 2008 12:36PM
Interestingly weathered. Good composition.
Roger

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13 Aug 2008 12:39PM
i really like the colour and composition and the stark treatment which highlights the decay. cool.
cjl47 Plus
8 4 3 England
13 Aug 2008 12:50PM
This completes an interesting collection of shots.
chris
jdenman Plus
8 18 5 Spain
13 Aug 2008 1:07PM
Super set of shots, very interesting.
John
kinfatric Plus
12 550 9 Scotland
4 Nov 2008 8:56PM
Hi Susie...long time no speak Smile nice rustic textures in this. I hope all is well with you.
4 Nov 2008 9:45PM
Thank you for stopping by Roger, Paul, Chris and John...

Hey Kin - good to hear from you! Yep, all is well... I'm studying full-time at University these days, one of those obsessive mature-age student types who finds time for little else, thus the very infrequent uploads of late. Completed my final exam for the year yesterday though, so hope to be posting again very soon! Watch this space... Wink Hope this finds you well and cheery!

Susie :o)
kinfatric Plus
12 550 9 Scotland
16 Nov 2008 5:23PM
I'm very well Susie, have you read your Pm's of late particularly my reply to yours Smile
16 Nov 2008 9:28PM
Hi Kin - just found your message and have replied... sorry for the delayed response! Cheers, Susie :o)

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