Friday, August 3, 2012

Lewis Park - Chains


Beauty is to be found every where we look, I saw this interesting climbing apparatus in the park, and thought Cool... chains... Snap! humm not much to look at, walk around behind it and Snap! Still not much to brag about.

 Never Give Up is MadSnapper's Motto...




 I love these two shots!


29 comments:

Susannah said...

I wish I was a kid and could climb them! Fun!

SquirrelQueen said...

I'll bet the kids love to climb all over those chains. Great photos, the last two are my favorites too.

EM Illustrator said...

You're so right, never give up! These pictures are great, I like the ones with the chains. It's Friday and I love it! Have a great day!

Eva

Relindis said...

There's always something to photograph - you just have to look around and see the potential for some interesting shots. I like the context ones with the woods behind and also the close-ups and patterns of the chains hanging in loops.

Maple Lane said...

Love your photos, Sandra. Hope you have an enjoyable day.

From the Kitchen said...

I wish I had your eye for photographing random things you come across.

Best,
Bonnie

Ann said...

Isn't it amazing how everything looks different when you look at through a photographers eye? I love your chain shots and now I'm going to have to go see if I can find some

Ruth's Photo Blog said...

Even chains can be photogenic. The last one is perhaps my favourite.

Amy Burzese said...

Yep. Any and everything can be photographed. Love it.

(Queenmothermamaw) Peggy said...

Get post. I love your header. My favorite is the last one.
QMM

"Auntie" sezzzzzz... said...

Yes, yes, yes... Snaps getting more interesting, all the time, there. :-)

Oh they climb on that chain thing! At first I thought it was a slide-kind of a thing. And I didn't think it looked very comfy. -gigggles-

"Auntie"

Tammy@Simple Southern Happiness said...

Excelent job photographing these chains! I love them but that last one... SUPERB!

Then I did have a thought, chains on a playground...ouch!... painful. What happen to soft rope.

TexWisGirl said...

the 'mirror image' draping one is fabulous! nicely done, madsnapper!

rainfield61 said...

Though simple, but they are photogenic.

Madi and Mom said...

Mad Snapper you are blessed with a very creative eye for detail...which is attributed to your never give up attitude.
Hugs Madi and Mom

Miss Debbie said...

Neat pics!

photowannabe said...

Yup, the closeups do it. Great lines, angles and shadows.

George said...

I sure am glad the Mad Snapper never gives up.

Terri Buster said...

Oh to be a kiddo again! Great shots-

Beatrice P. Boyd said...

Most of us know, Sandra, that you will always find a way to make the ordinary look extraordinarily interesting. The trouble is that most people (present company excluded) simply don't know to just look around them to find interesting stuff everywhere. Since I started carrying the Canon digital Elph camera, I never seem to run out of things to see...more than before cause now it's so easy to snap and snap and snap...well YOU know what I mean!

Dee said...

You and I see the world the same way.:)

SweetMarie said...

These are fabulous pictures! The next to the last is my favorite! Hope you have a great weekend!

Catherine said...

Sometimes beauty is in the strangest places!
Happy weekend!
xo Catherine

LC said...

Love how you documented your path to capturing intriguing images!

S. Etole said...

You got some good ones!!!

Mamabug said...

Well done Sandra! Once upon a time I would have loved to climb on such as this.

Rose said...

Oh, I love those two shots that are your favorites.

Nava said...

I like them too--guess it reminds me of being a kid.

Chatty Crone said...

Can you believe at one time we would have liked to play on them? Sandie