In line with this week's theme of 'Openings', these openings are beginning to look like closures. What was once a beautiful and wonderful productive beautiful building full of life, lives and future promise is now in an advanced state of decay. The inevitable cycle of life.
I have been travelling for my work and so I am running behind on my postings for the project but I am hoping to catch up. Here is a photograph I took on my way through Québec. I spotted these corn drying structures that I have not seen since leaving France. I just love the low tech approach to the corn drying.
The Hunter’s Moon last night, also known as the Harvest Moon. The colour of the sky was a lovely soft mauve with pink and blue.
My submission for this week’s them for the Weekly Photo Theme project, in which I have fallen behind.
I was seduced by the wonderful colours reflected in the water about 10 minutes after the sun disappeared from sight. So vivid. Almost surreal. Not taken this week as it has rained most evenings for a while now.
I'm not sure what this says about my town, but it might be that the art/sport of Shoe Tossing is alive and well in Canning 'My (current) Home Town'. Personally I believe that they belong to a trainee tightrope walker. For more information on Shoe Tossing, for the curious: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Shoe_tossing