I was able to find a few minutes to process some recent photos since yesterdays post.  I said I would begin a series on “finding the small things”.  This is my first experiment in actually looking for the small shot.  I have taken a few in the past, mostly flowers, which turned out good, but at the time, I was not specifically looking for a close-up shot.

I was taking sunset photos the other night when I began looking at the gate on the other side of the road.  Now, I have a fascination with gates for some reason, but I noticed a blue color on this one that really stood out.  I approached it and noticed the lock on the gate was a Master lock.  (Enter time for “finding the small things”) Ignoring the beautiful sunset…photos yet to come…I set the tripod up.  Let me know what you think.

The Master Lock


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2 Responses to The Master Lock

  1. Tim Stanley says:

    Daryl, it didn’t take you long to start “finding the small things”! I like the way the rust moves across the chain to the poll and way you processed it with the texture bringing out the “grit”. Cool iamge.

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