A few forgotten treasures

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Comments (55)

Garcia R on July 20, 2009

certainly I love the way the tools are distributed and I´m have not words to explain it.

congratulations this is a picture full of beautiful details.

Garcia R. from Mexico.

MaryAlice on July 21, 2009

Greetings, Garcia Rey, and thank you very much for your kind and thoughtful words. I love the way you express yourself. You speak with such sincerity.

I appreciate your compliments very much.

Hoping this evening finds you well.

With warm regards from the USA,

Mary Alice

Kyle Wolff on November 7, 2009

Another wonderful 'inside' shot!

This one I love very much as well! Particularity because of the old wood!

There's just something intriguing and 'mysterious' about abandoned places. So much forgotten stuff to be discovered. Again, the monochrome fit perfectly!

An excellent capture, my friend!

Best regards from Hephzibah,

Kyle

MaryAlice on November 10, 2009

Kyle!

Yes, another inside shot! =)

I loved the old wood too! It just doesn't get much better than this. What character the old stuff had. New wood leaves MUCH to be desired!

Thank you so much for sharing in my enjoyment of these wonderful abandoned places. I'm so happy to see that you've been exploring through some of my older shots. Your enthusiasm is so much fun!

Thank you again for your visit.

Best regards,

Mary Alice

not1word on February 19, 2010

I'm beginning to run out of adequate words to describe you fine work and my appreciation of it, MaryAlice. This one is, sorry, picture perfect. The warm wood tones with the rusty tools is an excellent combination.

MaryAlice on February 19, 2010

Not one word,

I would beg to differ, Sir. Your words seem to be flowing like water! ...and they are being so graciously received. I am greatly flattered.

Thank you very much for your kind attention this evening. I'm delighted that you've enjoyed my work, and can't thank you enough for all of your generous praise. =)

I'm really glad that you liked this shot.

Happiest greetings to you.

Mary Alice

*goran on February 26, 2010

I like forgotten places, thank you for this shot!

MaryAlice on March 2, 2010

Greetings, **Goran, and thank you for stopping by my gallery! If you hadn't already noticed, I love forgotten places as well! ;)

Thank you for enjoying this shot.

Very best regards,

Mary Alice

Steven Stoddart on July 27, 2010

Hello MaryAlice,

Excellent shot... You can read the history in the tools hanging on the walls. A photo on a monitor this might be but there is a great sense of 'here and now' about it... I look forward to seeing more of your photographs... (made you one of my favourites..)

MaryAlice on July 30, 2010

Good afternoon, Steve, and thank you so much for stopping by my gallery. It is a real pleasure to have you visit. I'm so pleased that you enjoyed this old barn full of tools and memories. Yes indeed, there is a lot of history right here on the walls. Thank you for your very kind words and appreciation if this kind of thing. I have always been attracted to things of the past, and I'm delighted to be able to share this wonderful scene with you here on Pamoramio. Thanks again for stopping in. :) Very best regards from Georgia, Mary Alice

sambakar on July 23, 2011

The tools are dying like the owner..

serkes on November 10, 2012

güzel bir kare olmuş

like

Antonio Cristerna on February 6, 2013

Very good composition. Best regards from Mexico.

MaryAlice on March 19, 2013

Sambakar, Serkes, and Antonio, thank you all so much for visiting and enjoying this fabulous place! I would love to go back for another visit, as I was simply intrigued to the core. Thanks again for sharing in my enthusiasm for this wonderful barn full of memories!

All the best from Georgia,

Mary Alice

MaryAlice on August 7, 2013

Trog, Your words are informative and so very entertaining, as usual. My goodness, what a fun read. I feel like I'm learning so much from you about the past, and now even about planting and farming! You are something else! Thank you for this, and I'm so glad to have inspired such a speech! You seriously should have been a writer!

Cheerfully,

Mary Alice

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