~ Laura Ingalls Wilder
An excellent image and one whose subject is very dear to me. You’ve also chosen such an apt quote. My entire life I have hung our clothes on the line. Now that we’ve moved this winter, I no longer have a line and am in one of those silly areas that actually doesn’t allow them! I’m going to foil them anyway and buy a clothes rack for my deck. :~)
Wow… Frozen in time. How long does it hang there? Must be for a couple of years at least…
Lovely shot! A slice of life, wonderful and calm.
pretty cool shot, nice dof too.. 🙂
I think that clothes peg has claimed its place on that clothes line.
A great photograph 🙂
Himla fint foto, gillar den fina bakgrundsoskärpan och den gamla slitna klädnypan. Snyggt!
A surprising, sweet and simple subject, beautifully portrayed.
a stunning DOF, I also like the natural color tone
It has seen its better days, Frida, but remains as a work of ark. Great eye! Astrid and I once watched a program on TV about how these clothespins are made. I never think of them in the same way anymore. 🙂
practically perfect for me, wonderful and interesting abstract proposal
I love that. Love the age. Beautifully done.
Really creative shot–love the result!
a poem to the clothespin
Really cool and that is some nice creamy bokeh. Looks good.
Hi, the lens I’m using makes the bokeh look so good 🙂
This clothespin has not seen a piece of fabric in a long time! Nicely captured. Lovely processing and tones.
I like it when people make fine art of of everyday things. Love the detail and DOF.
Good eye to see the possibility for this interesting close up of a very common place device. In that case it has retained a bit of the fabric it once gripped. Solid close up work.
Nice capture. Wonder how long its been weathering.
Very nice bokeh…
a fine macro. (ah, those were the years when i hung the clothes on the line. in all seriousness, i have some wonderful memories of the smell, wind, times of rushing before a rain)
thanks for the reminder to enjoy the simple…
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