IN THE FIELD: Intertwined
Last week I had my Jeep checked out for the annual inspection we have here in Pennsylvania. While the guys were working on my trusty vehicle, I went for a walk about town to take advantage of the early morning sunshine.
I ended up in the area where several antique dealers have set up shops. None of them would open for another two hours, so everything of interest was locked up inside. Lucky for me though, one dealer left a bunch of stuff outside overnight.
I came across this huge macrame’ wall hanging stretched between two wooden rods, propped up by some old wooden posts. I couldn’t resist getting a shot of the golden color of the twine that was intensified by the warm sunlight
Specs. ISO 100, White Balance-Cloudy, 1/1600th @ f3.5, 35mm lens, Handheld