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Sunday, November 8, 2009

Monochrome Weekly: Garden Shed at the Colonial Garden in Williamsburg, VA


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21 comments:

Mojo said...

Wow. Did I step through a rip in the space-time continuum? Nice shooting. But you really freaked me out tweaking the date like that. I thought I'd WAY overslept!

Samantha ~ Holly and Zac ~ said...

That does make a good mono shot.
:-)

Anonymous said...

What a lovely country image, makes me feel like gardening...:-/
I love the pumpkin in the basket...

Gry said...

Lovely shot! Made me think of summer although I can see the pumkins.

Sylvia said...

Extraordinary. I love the baskets and the barrel. Very inspiring. Another life...

Anne said...

Ohh Carver, so cozy :-)

James said...

What a great old fashioned gardening scene. Well done.

XoXo said...

I like it in mono...pretty cool.

Lene said...

Really cosy :) And I just would love to have the wheelbarrow in the front. Love it :)

Anonymous said...

All very organised.

John said...

Nice old time shot; they should be banned from parking the truck there.

Miranda said...

What a quaint lil shed. Very cute.

Robin said...

Great choice for mono.

(What tweaking of the date? It looks fine to me.)

Tone said...

Oh, this was very nice! Like a picture from a fairytail :-)

Kilauea Poetry said...

Wow, this is my kind of place! There even squash in the basket- Wonderful!

Leslie: said...

Very nice indeed! I love visiting old places like that. :D

SquirrelQueen said...

What an interesting shed, I love all the details surrounding it. Great shot.

Barbara said...

Lovely shed, I like the basket.

GreensboroDailyPhoto said...

Love the way the handles make all of those vertical lines against the shed.

mommanator said...

ooooo I love it!deserves a frame and wall!

Gemma Wiseman said...

All those icons of country living look as if they have gathered together for a conference! Great shot!

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