Old Garage

© 2012  Michael Fiveson

Held together by sheer will and experience, this old beautiful garage sits quietly with little notice. Sometimes the overlooked is worth turning around for.

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      • You’re welcome. You come up with interesting subjects. It leaves me wondering what you will come up with next. And whether or not you will entertain black and white. 🙂 So many of your images scream for black and white. For, me they make an already mysterious object, or subject and knocks it up a notch or two. Not always however. I love when it does.

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    • LOL, buahhaha. That black triangle is actually a weird piece of plexiglass that had to be custom made and does not belong on this relic of a garage. I’m glad you like it Marielba.
      Drawn to the dark side with an irresistible pull, I am helpless and like a child in a candy store, I am wide eyed and hungry for more.

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  1. Oh, the stories I could tell just by looking at this photo! Basketball hoop so close to the eaves that making a shot is akin to the Mayans making a shot in their court ballgame (losers die). Rocks to keep the doors closed (to keep the players from escaping). Triangular window pointing up (to remind players where they’ll go if they lose). Yep. Great stories.

    Seriously, though, I love the textures of this photo. It is definitely worth a possible car crash while making a U-turn to get the photo. 🙂 At least, I’m sure I’d scare the buhjeebers out of others on the road as I swerve to stop for the photo.

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