New Photos: Collapsed

 

Is this a collapsed house?

blues

rose paper

curled

rose wallpaper

dirty rose wallpaper texture 2

dirty geometric wallpaper texture

Now, I’ll tell you where this really came from. The landlords have been redoing the apartment at the other end of the building, and all of this was in the burn pile. Just piled of drywall, much of it with wallpaper still on it. Clever cropping and close up shots make it look like collapsed walls though, huh? See if you can guess what this is:

foil close up

Here’s another hint

dirty foil texture

If you want to know what it is, click the images and they *should* take you to flickr where it’s labeled 😉

That makes me think of the cool game on the back of National Geographic Junior. Did anyone used to get that? They had this cool “what is it” game where they had thumbnail images of something taken really, really, really close up – lots closer than anything I can do with my current set up. I always loved that.

Okay, rambling, so time to move on!

song playing at the moment – Joleene’s Song – Hedda
(I could not find it on youtube, but it’s a really pretty song! And yes, it IS spelled with all three e’s! 😀 )

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About Joleene Naylor

An independent author, freelance artist, and photographer for fun who loves anime, music, and writing. Check out my vampire series Amaranthine at http://JoleeneNaylor.com or drop me a line at Joleene@JoleeneNaylor.com

10 responses to “New Photos: Collapsed”

  1. canarybird80 says :

    Love the pictures. My guess for the last 2 was used foil so I had to click to see if I was right. 🙂 I must say though, that the second picture was what made me guess that. I wasn’t sure on the first pic.

  2. moonvapors says :

    burned aluminum foil?

  3. Juli Hoffman says :

    Cool pics! I did find part of “your song” Jo. Very pretty. There’s a couple of song’s out there with your name in them, spelled correctly, with all the E’s, I might add! Whitely Conwell sings a song called “Sweet Joleene.” Sadly, there doesn’t seem to be much out there with my name, esp with my name’s spelling. I might have to borrow an E from you! LOL

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