Thursday, August 02, 2007

Abandoned

Abandoned

“There is nothing to regret - either for those who go or for those who are left behind”- Eleanor Roosevelt

37 comments:

photowannabe said...

Like the angle and the subject matter of this shot. Nice colors too.

plug1 said...

this is a great foto. period.

wait, thats 3 periods in a row.

whteves, still a GREAT foto!

ruth said...

Visually pleasing!

Sarad said...

are those foot prints leading to it. Did you pick it up :-)

inspired said...

i like it ;o]

Yoda said...

Someone pick the bucket up!!! Its feeling all alone in a cold cold world ...

Annie said...

The quote you chose gave this photo a very poignant feel. The photo stands on its own but the added quote made it meaningful.

Lori said...

The picture and the caption go together perfectly. The angle of the shot is great too!

Nikon said...

I like the color of the sand - reminds me the beaches up here.
Nice composition & use of color, too.

Sandeepa said...

Have a fun vacation. Did you take a class during summer ?
How about a food pic to kill time :)

Sandeepa said...

Have a fun vacation. Did you take a class during summer ?
How about a food pic to kill time :)

Sandeepa said...

Its been more than a month and am sorry to have missed your B'day. A very belated Happy Birthday :)

Moi said...

Sarad: No i left it alone too :)

Yoda: haha...glad to see meet someone with a heart :DDD

Sandeepa: Thank u ....I did take classes during summer...it was one intense semester. and thanx a ton for checking back on me and for b;day wishes :)

bluemountainmama said...

a wise quote, but it's hard to live without regrets and "what ifs". we'd probably enjoy life much more if we didn't regret.

i know what it's like to be far away from home...and i, too, have had to make my home in places that didn't feel like "home". i think if your roots are strong, though, you carry your home with you no matter where you are.

i hope you're enjoying your summer, moi!

Mark said...

There is nothing i regret- except not having more padding under me after going horse riding.Mark Eccleston 2nd Aug 2007.

Radha said...

love the yellow against the dark background!

a-xpressions said...

you always have superb quotes..:))

Chad Oneil said...

Cool.

Faye Pekas said...

Not only is it abandoned, its about to roll of the edge of the photo :)

I like photos of single simple things like this.

Still said...

Very evocative...Beautiful image.

suramya said...

looks as though it was used for building sand castles, lovely as usual

RUTH said...

Lovely quote but hard to live by. A great photograph...we found an abandoned bucket on the beach yesterday...we put it on the pier so t wouldn't get washed away...hopefully today a child found it and it 's been buiding castles again.

Ash said...

Very nice photo and quote!

Mike said...

Love the angle that you have this at. Also a very nice quote.

Ben said...

It's not straight, Moi.
Well, I guess that added extra interest to this picture. It gives me a illusion of this yellow bucket is tumbling down from the sand dune. Nice colour and good tone in overall. Water in distance just remind me that is the illusion. Nice shot.

Ps. thanks for comment and don't worry about your first comment. you already deleted, before I piked up.

Mike said...

Hi, I've just discovered your blog and I think your pictures are fantastic. I can't wait to see more.

Blue Wave 707 said...

Appropriately titled & angled.

Rauf said...

i never tilt the camera, but it looks good here MOI

Carmi said...

When a photo imprints itself on your mind in the first nanosecond that it is visible, you know it's great.

This is great.

annulla said...

Oh, my. A wonderful shot, of course, but it looks like the end of summer. Too soon, too soon!

Kalyan said...

Thats a wonderfully captured & composed shot and the angle adds to the intensity of the shot...really cool!

joy said...

Very interesting photo. Like the angle.

joy

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ToOothlEss WOndeR! said...

you couldn't possibly have composed that better. been a while since i was here last.
so life's a beach huh???

laurel said...

I love the orange! Such a happy little picture.
Oh, and there are many wonderful places to shoot in the daytime in Miami. Just a few for starters:
South Beach
Washington Ave
Vizcaya
Fairchild Tropical Gardens
Dowtown (be careful where you venture)
Bayfront

Those are just the basic touristy places. If I think of anything else I will be sure to drop them your way.

Zeekat said...

fantastic shot, just beautiful!!!

JAM said...

I love your image here. I never remember to try angles like this. I spend half my time making sure I'm lined up straight and end up with boring stuff.

Sandrine said...

Great picture and caption!