A picture a day from around the Roanoke, VA area.
Nice detail, Tanya, I wonder if anyone still has the key...
I wondered the same. Quite a contrast between both metal and wood.
Great texture and colors!
Cool picture! We haven't been there in a while - we need to go.
Nice artsy shot. I wonder how long it's been since that lock was opened? Maybe there's a treasure buried inside? :)
I like the detail! Great shot.
You have made this shot so pretty! It reminds me of a Pirate's Chest!
what a great shot of the textures and tones!
what a cool lock. neat-O!! love it. always love old keys and locks, we just don't make them like we did in the past. the good ole days. miss that. or really i wish we could get back to it.i had no clue about Dr. Pepper you taught me something. my Great Aunt Alice would drink the soda on a hot humid afternoon and add peanuts. i never did that just drink it on special occasions, it is not my favorite. but every once in a blue moon i get a wild hair and get a case of the drink. ( ;
That's beautiful! Love the rust!
aged to perfection
nice. thanks for your kind comment on zim.
The lock has a very interesting shape.
Fabulous Patina there on that lock.
A great image
Hi! I'm so happy you've stopped by and always enjoy your comments :)