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Saturday, April 28, 2012

PhotoHunt - Texture

The theme for this week's PhotoHunt is "Texture", oooh a theme after my own heart!  I love taking pictures of the texture of items.



At the end of March my friend Tracey and I went to check out one of the Antique/Junk places in the area and amongst all the piles of junk I found this textured and painted radiator.

14 comments:

Annette-California said...

What a pretty design on the radiator. Great photo Dani. You have a blessed and wonderful weekend:)

Lesleyanne said...

What a lovely picture.

Dee said...

I wonder why they only painted some of it. Beautiful picture it made though.

I remember that type of radiator from my grandparent's house.

Lumiruusu said...

Your Ink circles "Winter Mandala"
loks very beautifull!
Congraz for the finishing it :)

The paterned radiator was a surprinsing picture!!
Thse photos you have on the blog are all very crative..I am always wating for the next on e !! :)

Lynn said...

Neat pic! I wonder why they never finished painting it?

Sandi @the WhistleStop Cafe said...

Great Texture!
~Sandi

mytimestitching said...

I lived in a house that had that type of radiators, but they were not beautifully textured like the one in your photo. Love the design on it. It would have looked nice all painted in the blue or left as the weathered look. Cool find.

Susan said...

I can see this cleaned up, painted the brown/beige/dirt color you can see now with the scroll work drybrushed a slightly darker color (with maybe a metallic mixed in for a bit of sparkle). I'd put a piece of glass on top an use it as an end table.

Kate said...

Great picture

Julie said...

Don't you just love old radiators, reming so much of old school buildings.

milly said...

Hi Dani

that radiator is lovely but i wonder why it's never been finished?

Veronica said...

Beautiful photo, Dani. Love the blue :)

Hugs,
Veronica.

Margaret said...

Never seen a radiator like that before , the texture is like the pressed tin that was used for ceilings long ago, very nice.

ancient one said...

very interesting texture there.. love the design..