Historic Building associated with the early Copper mines of the Keweenaw Peninsula, Michigan.
So glad to see you here, Barbara That jacket speaks volumes about the amount of work it was involved in.
Michelle -- I am happy to be here after the whole affair of preparing to move to Vancouver. Thanks for the nice comment on the jacket -- I agree with you that it does speak volumes -- barbara
What a great story photo!
Tabor -- I could have added more to this photo and yes, told a story with it but I felt it would be best to let the reader reach out and imagine their own interpretation of the jacket.thanks for the very nice words Tabor -- barbara
I do like your photos, like that one that reveals a person without a person actually being in the picture. I had some things to say about Vancouver, but I thought, why express my opinions? I left the Portland area 17 years ago, so what I say would be out of date.
Hattie -- Did not realize that you had lived in Portland. Would be interested in hearing your opinions about the area even if they are dated. This area is certainly different from the one I just left. thanks for the nice comment -- barbara
A whole storyin one photo.
RuneE -- I thought so too when I saw the jacket -- interesting what used material objects can inspire in us -- thanks -- barbara
Excellent. I love that jacket, how it hangs on one post, disorderly after a day of work, now resting..
Ken Mac -- Thank you. Clothes can have a language of their own especially as they are worn over time and especially from working. Sorta a Studs Terkel approach. -- barbara.
Vicki -- I thought immediately -- that I wanted to take a photo of it as it rested on the chair -- glad I went with the thought -- thanks Vicki.
That is a great photo!
Teresa - Thanks for the nice comment. This jacket has seen lots of work! -- barbara
Special photo that's for sure. It would make a great prompt on any writing or poetry site.
Raining Iguanas -- I think it would make a good prompt. I feel that lots of you great writers out there could fill in the blanks on this photo. For those not into writing -- imaginative thoughts could be mustered in the mind. thanks for the comment -- barbara.