Wednesday, July 21, 2010

Forgotten

Forgotten
Old clothes hangers on the back of a bedroom door in a house that's in the process of being restored. We visited this place on a tour while I attended Blog Fest in Mathews, VA last week.
I haven't been updating this blog lately because I don't know whether or not to give it up, so the posting will continue to be sporadic, I guess.

17 comments:

deborah said...

Oh the textures in this photo! You are an awesome photographer!

Lisa RedWillow said...

I adore this image.. I love the door that is so weathered or treated. How very creative to shot this. Brilliant Kate

Sweetpea said...

GIVE IT UP?!?!?!?!? huh? did I miss somethin?

LUV this photo, the paint texture is fantastic.

Mental P Mama said...

Gorgeous shot!

Deb said...

Somehow, my very first feeling was sadness...photos stir emotions, don't they?

Daryl said...

Oh jealous and sorry I didnt go upstairs!

The Japanese Redneck said...

So many things do get forgotten.

Good capture and the title fits.

Gardening in a Sandbox said...

I enjoy looking at your photography. I know we all have times it hard to come up with something fresh.

Kerri said...

What a fabulous photo! I know it's hard to keep two blogs up. Of course, I LOVE this one as well as your other one and was so happy to see a new post :)

Mary said...

Oh yes, I am beginning to feel the strain of two blogs, too. But you do SO MUCH BETTER than me at all of this, and I'm going to second what Kerri said -- I love BOTH your blogs and am always glad to see what you have posted.

This is so sad, so beautiful! I can almost hear the emptiness.

Dianne said...

I love the patterns in the door

Lisa RedWillow said...
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Lisa RedWillow said...

Kate , I hope you dont mind asking me where you did get your camera strap. I would love one sort of like that.
my Email is redwillowlisa@gmail.com.
Hope to hear from you .Thanks.

Ellen said...

Well, 2 are hard to keep up with...I understand that feeling....smiles....

Noe Noe Girl...A Queen of all Trades. said...

Love this!
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Ellen said...

Love the crackling on the door. I don't think you could replicate that with even the best crackling medium!

Louise said...

Gorgeous Kate, I hope you won't give this up entirely. I visit whenever I can and I love your photography. It always makes me... feel.