52 weeks with Carolyn

A Theme Based Photo Blog

Week 50 # Rusty

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Back in Germany for this weeks post. We spent one of our days from our River Cruise exploring Regensburg on the banks of the Danube. Regensburg’s rich history dates back to the 2nd century. The city is unique in the fact it has never suffered serious destruction throughout its lifetime.  There are at least 1300 buildings listed of historic interest. Finding your way through out the older part of the city you encounter narrow paths and lanes leading you between the old buildings.  On one of the pathways I found a large rusty chain, padlock included, hanging on a stone wall. Obviously unused for sometime, it had collected quite a bit of rust.

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Author: CarolynEliason

I have always enjoyed photography, but with encouragemet from family and friends over the past several years I began to realize I really love it! Belonging to this blog and a local digital photo group has challenged me to look at the beauty of the world and to enjoy capturing it with my camera.

10 thoughts on “Week 50 # Rusty

  1. My one and only visit to Germany included Regensburg and, like you, I found it to be an interesting and unique city. I would enjoy a return visit.

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  2. how interesting – I’ve not heard of it before. sounds wonderful. Hard to imagine somewhere so old.

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  3. Great find. This makes a nice composition especially with the textured wall behind it.

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  4. Love it. This type picture always makes wonder what kinds of stories the item could tell. Brenda.

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  5. Nice towns Witt lots of history there. I like the texture mix in your image.

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  6. Lots of history – thanks for sharing. I love the texture in this photos. Nice composition!

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  7. Great picture which arouses great curiosity — How was it used? — By whom? — etc.

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  8. I’m sure that lock and chain have tales to tell. Great find for the theme, Carolyn.

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  9. I like the rust. Nice composition and variety of textures too.

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