Black & White Sunday: Macro

A bit of rusty and crusty, up close:

Rusty, crusty

Rusty, crusty

More Black & White Sunday  over at Paula’s blog here.

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25 comments

  1. I love rust and crust especially in Susan Judd’s version 🙂 This one has good composition, great contrasts and most of all that element of curiosity that makes the picture more interesting – what’s behind the hole? Thank you, Sue 🙂

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  3. I like the fact that there is no scale. It could be a huge keyhole, for a giant, ancient key, or just a close up of a conventional lock. As Paula says, an ‘element of curiosity’. There’s a story behind this photo, even if it’s only in our imaginations. That’s why it works so well.
    Best wishes, Pete.

  4. Suzanne

    It looks so mysterious in black and white. I agree with Paula. The dark keyhole draws the eye and leads to the mind to wonder what lies beyond.

  5. Love the thoughtful insight that comes through your image, a lot to think about.

  6. I love this kind of photography, very artistic.
    Congratulations !!

  7. oh I love it!! I want to put my eye up to it!!

  8. Great photo Sue! 😀 I agree with previous comments about not knowing the size of the lock…could indeed be a giants door! 😀 Very nice detail and b&w fits it perfectly!

  9. Stunning! You are a master at capturing textures 🙂

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