2.14.2011

smallest of details


























Early yesterday morning, J. and I went for a photo wandering to explore abandoned buildings.  It was so neat to come across this one and find hearts in the window.  Sometimes it's the smallest of details that count.

Videos/Songs of the Day = The Wilderness of Manitoba, filmed by Mitch Fillion

camera: polaroid land camera 340

19 comments:

  1. great find. i love the white narrow horizontal boards and windows. the white bark tree got my attention too.

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  2. I LOVE this shot. Aren't old buildings oddly romantic? I love that you two like to explore together.

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  3. it is indeed the smallest of details and such a lovely image...one always wonders what stories abandoned buildings could tell...

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  4. i'm not sure why, but that last sentence sort of put a lump in my throat. it really is the smallest of details that count. i adore this photo,every single thing about it...

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  5. Another beautiful shot. I totally agree about the wonder of finding small details, especially in the places you often pass by. Always love your photographs!

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  6. Beautiful! I love the muted colors and that heart in the window detail is such a cool find.

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  7. So true. I always feel better when I'm open to those little things. You are obviously very good at this.

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  8. you're so right, Alexandria!

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  9. oh, how nice. I wouldn't have noticed it without your comment. it's so true. the little things always make the difference :)

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  10. I was gonna point that out until i noticed your note. I love how whitewashed everything is in the picture.

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  11. Yesterday I had posted already, but I did something wrong. So again, I'm doing well so often that I notice little things and details when I have no direct plan, if I do not seek the details or I wanted to photograph something else. Then the details come to me. And sometimes I fall on the first details on the screen on the PC.
    The hearts in the window are very beautiful - to match the previous day.:) And I also like the white birch in front of the light house and the bright sky. Very nice. And again, the photo looks so soft - as you do it?

    I love your music tips. They are always so great!

    Have a nice week.

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  12. I love so much that photograph. Those shades. Wow lady !

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  13. I love Bleu de Prusse, Blanc, Ocre, Ombre brulée.
    You know how to adjust your heart with camera.

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  14. Awww, I love it! So simple, soooo beautiful!

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  15. Abandoned buildings make outstanding subjects. Great photo.

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