June 29, 2005
No, not the handles for a dozen Hatori Hanzo swords. Rather, just some more rebar goodness taken a few months ago.
Why? Because this excellent photo reminded me how much I like this stuff.
Hatori Hanzo, LOL. Great anology, cool movie!! Cool shot. Thanks.
I like the rebar last time, like it again. Thanks for posting a different shot!
I can't get anything from this one, except puzzlement.
What is rebar, please Kendall?
As I am questioning text instead of pix, also wd like to know what a stair nosing (cf. no. 21) is.
Wondering why I usuallyI like yr work, I figure it's bc yr images stimulate my own visual (and narrative) imagination. It goes well w/ that first wake up coffee! Thanks.
I can't get Zamfir out of my head now!
This gives me a headache.
There really is just something about rebar...maybe it's the rust? I've never seen non-rusted rebar. Nice lines here, I'm glad you didn't try to 'straighten' any of them out, and the golden light on the rust works well balanced against the green (grass?) in the background.
And thanks for the compliment. :}
...what is rebar?...
Too much fuzz to make a clear image of what rebar could be.
Nice, I like how you made a normally boring subject quite interesting.
Rebar is the steel rods they put in concrete to reinforce it.
Live your site. I find the subjects very interesting. Not much decay like that where I live. Keep up the good work.
Found your site through Sproketruce. VERY nice. I will be back.
This picture has a very calming effect on me. All of the rows and the earth tones make me feel grounded and connected. Beautiful.
very nice abstract image. I really like how rust can look at times
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