rope in ocean, sea ​​flowers
This rope has been in the sea water so long that many marine mashrooms grow on it. The sea fish liked it so much that they swim around it all the time.Indescribable view.
old door, abstract lock
The picture shows an ancient handmade lock attached to a paint cracked door. The quaint invention is encrusted over with a thin coating of chipping paint that has gone grey from age. The rusting lock is missing one bolt but still retains the latch and all its other parts.
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The rounded ends now burnt by the sun and bit by the dangerous creatures that lay in the darkness are a bed of roses for the remains. The dark mysterious eye staring at the souls of the unforgiven, while the enviroment around withers slowly. The last song for the adventurer plays in the form of leaves falling off and hitting the ground, causing a gorgeous echoe.
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The embracive touch of mother Gaia, wrapping in dirt what it owns, what it creates. Extending bellow every inch of existance, the great principle of life now simply taken over, bracing between its frigid hands a renewal of hope and living: Letting the rest wonder what their future will be like.
antique train, abstract
We have seen this kind of trains in our childhood in carousel parks. They were colorful and cheerful. In this photo we see a black instance of an old train. It served people and has its rest proudly.
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This monochromatic scene shows a single dove raises from the host of other birds that are busily combing the pavement for a snack. This speckled creature glides overhead with the hopes of spotting his next meal from a better vantage point.
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Sea ​​shore, in a time of weather at sea a few go for it and this small wooden house for several months and has remained as one.
medieval structures, old world wall art
An old, yet imposing wall of brick and stone stands tall in the bright hours of the morning, as a final reminder of some long-forgotten castle’s bastion, while ferns and other shrubbery slowly eat away through its grand edifice. Two smoky trails in the skies mark the path left by aircraft on their rounds.