61. Textured

I loved the rough textures in the bricks on this hall.

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~ by Tammy on March 3, 2011.

21 Responses to “61. Textured”

  1. indeed a very beautiful texture, artificial and non artificial at the same time, I to like it.

  2. What a stunning structure!
    I love the textures too!!

  3. Fabulous texture! And I love the way that around the door is painted like the Italian Flag 🙂

  4. Wonderful textures on an interesting building. Is the door painted green go in and red stop not this side?

  5. The opposing textures of the window openings and roof line add extra interest! Nice job.

  6. Deck the Hall with bricks of texture. Aged to a tee.

  7. They do have a look of wear about them, including some parts that look to have smoke damage?

  8. Nice processing. Beautifully done.

  9. I like the brick but love the jagged colors of red and green around the door.

  10. Very pretty texture and pleasantly symetrical!

  11. From the colors around the door, I’m thinking there’s a local Italian community? The textures are striking.

  12. Hi Tammy,
    Awesome shot for the theme. You can almost count the bricks. Have a great day!

    Sherrie

  13. Give me anything old…architecture and art…love. We like rust!
    How did you get so close to those birds? Wow…amazing.

  14. Another stunner!!

  15. I agree, amazing textures.

  16. Beautiful!!!

  17. Great shot and wonderful processing!

  18. It’s a great shot, Tammy, and I love the way you processed it. I suspect a lot of good times have been had inside…

  19. That could be a postcard (but I’m dying to see what’s behind the window shutters!)

  20. Great old building..looks like there’s a vine that’ll leaf out in springtime. Spose it’s still in use? Great processing.

  21. Wonderful textures and a perfect composition and processing.

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