Sunday, April 18, 2010

Sunday Evening

Sunday Evening. With the colors of brown and red and texture of the old and the forgotten.


As the camera travels to another area and I see the line of Life crossing the horizon.

Sunday Evening Ends with a Shadow Shot . The Life of a simple old stool gives you the color of nature and life.
Enjoy the Beauty of the Simple Things.
God Bless.
May you always dream in color.
Katelen

15 comments:

ColeAndJosephine said...

Loving that stool!

CountryDreaming said...

The abstract colors shine too brightly to be forgotten. Love the nail in the first image. Love both the closeups the best. Thought you had done a painting. :-)

Janet said...

I love the texture in those first two photos....they remind me of old maps.

Annie said...

Gorgeous! I love these shots.

Mary said...

fantastic shots Katelen!!
i have a thing for old stools - that just does not sound quite right!! lol

Marilyn Rock said...

Ohhhhhhhhhhhhhh; this is lush! Love it!

Caio Fernandes said...

oh , Katelen .... what a post !!
sorry , i am really without words now .
this was ... beautiful .
thank you my dear .

Kass said...

Love the texture you were able to capture in that stool.

Bren said...

Thank you for sharing these, the textures make me want to reproduce them as a background for art journaling. Love that final shot of the stool with it's shadow.

Winterwood said...

beautiful texture and colours!

Ces said...

aaw! Please pardon me. It was something I needed to do for my own purpose. Everything is back to normal now.

I love the shadow shot. Are you going to do anything with the stool? It begs to be sanded down.

ArtistUnplugged said...

Hey, enjoyed your blog, came here by way of "A Life With A View"!

Blenda said...

This really speaks to me. One of my favorite things to see is an old piece with layers of paint beginning to peel away. So much history is buried in those layers.

Seth said...

Love these shots. Very wabi sabi!!

Lucky Dip Lisa said...

I never guessed this would be a wood stool! I like the way you made the texture, aging seem so lovely!