Tuesday, January 17, 2012

Sunlight on Old Garage Door Chain

Art in the ordinary, folks. Art in the ordinary...

13 comments:

Judy Williams said...

Just pull the chain and see what happens. I like the simplicity. Great diagonals. ;)

Mister Earl said...

Quit yankin' my chain.

Aretha said...

Chain chain chain... Chain of fools...

Pasadena Adjacent said...

The colors in this! it has the kind of transition in colors that would attract someone to paint it

Pasadena Adjacent said...

clarification: paint a painting of it - plus it matches my current avitar

Green Guy said...

I really like this. Agree with Pasadena Adjacent.

Shanna said...

I love this. It makes me think of the work of artist, Norman Lundin, and the work he was doing in the mid 80's.

alex said...

ending line = very true!

Anonymous said...

This is so sad and beautiful.

TheChieftess said...

Great eye Laurie!!!

Kerita said...

Is this photo edited, Laurie? This garage door chain sure glows beautifully. A person who sees it will surely be captivated by its golden glow. Hey! Don't forget to keep your garage doors tightly shut! With a glowing garage door chain like that, it's impossible to leave it unlocked. :P

Kerita Kantz

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Sharron Folkes said...

I can see an ordinary concept here – just a golden chair and a garage door – but the photographer managed to make a good photo out of it. And I must say, he/she had great timing! Wait, is this your photo here, Laurie? If it is, well done! It’s nice to see photos like this – they portray the fact that there is art in the ordinary. I hope you’ll post more photos like this. :)