Saturday, October 22, 2011

I heart macro...

Two things I can't ever seem to pass up...Old keys and old buttons, so this weeks macro's are of old keys...







Go link up and check out more macro's. I'm always amazed at the beautiful pictures added each week :)

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14 comments:

Lori @ Studio Waterstone said...

Ooh, I agree. Keys are beautiful...maybe it's the question of which doors they unlocked?

Linda Makiej said...

Really wonderful macro work!

jumbledhutch said...

What lovely macro work! I love how close up you got to the rust! It is gorgeous!

Tracey N. said...

I am with you completely on keys and buttons, rusty keys are even better! Love your macros this week!

Annette said...

I just love these photos! The rust gives the keys such character and makes you wonder where they've been.

Jenni said...

Gorgeous, love them
jenni

T... said...

very nice shots, love the rust on them

Therese's Treasures said...

Marianna, I like your shots of the old keys and their rusty texture. I love old rusty items there is just something about them that attract me. I also think about the history and who may have used the items. Oh if they could only talk.
Therese

My Life Under the Bus said...

I suffer from this as well....keyabuttonaholic? XOXO Beautiful shots - keys have that, " I've been somewhere and won't tell." aura about them. Happy Sunday Marianna!

Laura Twiford said...

Amazing how macro shots can make the rust and crust and dust things of beauty! Great shots!

EB Bead and Metal Works said...

Love those keys and the rust you captured perfectly in these shots!

Stephanie Gentry said...

Beautiful, beautiful rust! And, oh, the mystery of old skeleton keys! They look great on that printed green fabric.

Shel said...

These are some really cool shots! I love old, rusty things - especially keys - they make for some great photos!

Holly said...

Oh, such lovely, spirit-laden macros! *Love* them all...