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Tuesday, November 18, 2014

Window rubbish



Hi, everyone.  I am terribly behind as we were able to have a little vacation last week.  We went to Tybee Island, Georgia, and then to Charleston, SC.

This rubbish is not from either of those beautiful places, but I hope to get a few photos from the trip up soon.

Sharing with Rubbish Tuesday.


20 comments:

Mersad said...

I know it's old and worn down, but something draws me to it.

http://mersad-photography.blogspot.com/2014/11/15-relaxing-nature-images.html

Karen S. said...

Oh my lucky you, hubby and I had a anniversary vacation trip to Tybee, we need another one! A lovely spot. I know your photo is for rubbish Hehehe posts, but like always even those that are old and withered, considered rubbish, again this is so beautiful.

Karen S. said...

I'm excited to see you photos from your trip!

Cranberry Morning said...

Glad you were able to get a little vacation, Amy. Only you can capture the beauty in that old window. Amazing, isn't it. It makes a beautiful photo.

Marie said...

Wonderful photo! Love the look of this old window.

TexWisGirl said...

that's lovely! glad you had a good trip!

Mama Zen said...

That's a really beautiful shot!

Sandra said...

i love this window. and i was born and raised in Savannah and Tybee

Arlene Grimm said...

I think this would make a great print!! love it. My hubs is from Savannah so we love Tybee! Hope to see some pictures from home here on your blog Amy.

W. Latane Barton said...

I absolutely love that photograph. Some people would have not given that old window a second glance but you saw the beauty in it. Thanks for sharing it with all of us.

Brian King said...

I like that!

LV said...

No matter where your shot came from, it is perfect for Rubbish.

Pamela Gordon said...

That's a great window and I like the vines growing up the wall. Your little trip sounds like a wonderful time. I love Charleston and would love to visit Tybee Island as well.

annepayne said...

Amy, That's a fantastic window!!! Is that edited at all? If not, wowza!

I want to go back to Charleston someday. It's such a gorgeous place to visit.

Felicia said...

this is really neat. how nice you could get away for a bit.

Judy said...

What an intriguing image!! I think this is a good candidate for a wall, rather than languishing in the files!

Bethany Carson said...

I like how the beautiful colors of the few leaves bring life to the shot!

Anne Jeffries said...

What a beauty; slowly being pull back down into the earth.

Roan said...

That is one gorgeous window shot! Worthy of framing! I'm so sorry for not getting around sooner. It's been a sad week with a death in our family. Not much time for blogging.

thirtysevenandcounting said...

I just love this! The vines and reddish-pink leaves look so pretty against the stucco wall.

Lindy