Wednesday, April 15, 2015

It's In the Details

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Washington House, Yellow Springs, PA 

Every where I go I notice the details.


Lemon Hill, Fairmount Park, PA 

That is why I just love architectural elements.


Woodford Mansion, Fairmount Park, PA 

Sit me in an old structure and I am happy just taking it all in.
Every.little.detail.


30th Street Station, Philadelphia, PA 

Take me to an architectural salvage shop
and my heart sings.


Mattison Castle, Ambler, PA 

It's a cheap date - that salvage shop.


Smithville Park, New Jersey 

Until I decide that a salvaged mantle 
would look so much better over our fireplace 
 than our 1970s version. 
I think it's time to tell my husband I need a cheap date 
cause that mantle is starting to bug me. 

That cheap date just got expensive. 
Shhhh...he doesn't need to know yet. 



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19 comments:

  1. I love your details, Rebecca. I recently read "The Paris Architect", and this reminded me of the detail that helped an architect survive the war.

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  2. These are such stunning details.

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  3. I'm with you, at odd angles looking for the unusual, connecting with the artisan who created the masterpiece.

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  4. i have never had a mantle of any kind, no fireplace at all. well mother had a fake mantle over a fake fireplace but i don't count that as mine.
    i love the lion and LOVE the KEY... and that first photo is amazing. the texture/details of brick, wood, bannister, and looking down down down. LOVE IT

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  5. Wonderful and creative BW Shots ~ and details make for great photos!

    Happy Week to you,
    artmusedog and carol

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  6. Great images of great architectural. Tom The Backroads Traveller

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  7. beautiful details. good luck with the mantle

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  8. You certainly have a great eye for details!

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  9. Me too! You have a good talent of seeing and capturing them for us too!

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  10. Wow, wonderful shots in B/W.
    The last one is my favorite, a great shot !
    Greetings from germany

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  11. Oh yes, it is all about the details. I have to find a good architectural salvage store near me.

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  12. Sometimes it's a matter of looking up to see the detail, and not just keeping your eyes at head level if you get my meaning.

    Diana

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  13. Wonderful surrounds that you captured. Love the banisters shot.

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  14. And you photograph all those details so beautifully. You have a wonderful perspective and knack of finding just the right angle.

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  15. These are great shots. I love neat angle and my eyes did a double take a few times. Nicely done! :)

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  16. You did an awesome job capturing the "details" here. I loved them all but I think my favorite was the Lions head

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  17. Ummmm, beautiful shots... they all somehow seems relaxing to me.

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  18. Ummmm, beautiful shots... they all somehow seems relaxing to me.

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