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Posted by
Viewfinder (Bradenton, FL, United States) on 26 August 2008 in Art & Design and Portfolio.

We have an iron stove in our backyard. The previous owners of our house left it for us (I think they really left it because it was too heavy to carry). But we've incorporated it into our porch/garden and made it into kind of a planter. This silver colored ornament is set into the stovetop.

NIKON D80 1/80 second F/5.3 ISO 1000 42 mm

tyan from Singapore, Singapore

there is a certain beauty in this rusted antique,so creative of you guys to save it and turn it into an ornament:)

26 Aug 2008 8:41am

Betty from New Jersey, United States

It's beautiful! Hugs to Bella.

26 Aug 2008 9:59am

Chris from South Jersey, United States

Nice details - I like how rust can make an object more interesting.

26 Aug 2008 11:07am

Laurie from New Jersey, United States

Oooh that is pretty cool. Makes a great yard decoration. Nice detail.

26 Aug 2008 12:41pm

leslie from norwich, United Kingdom

This is great - would love to have it in my garden. Beautiful detail.

26 Aug 2008 3:00pm

Jen from Alpharetta, United States

Great details and textures here VF!
Great news for Bella

26 Aug 2008 4:13pm

Lorraine from Canada

Creative, nice homey shot :)
i'm so happy Bella's doing well

26 Aug 2008 4:28pm

Catalin from Bucharest, Romania

Nice texture and richness in details, good shot

26 Aug 2008 6:18pm

Judy from Brooksville-Florida,, United States

What a unique item to have in your garden, VF ... I'd love it too!
I'm glad Bella isn't bothered by the humidity because we've surely got a doozy today!

26 Aug 2008 6:54pm

Ken McCoy from Orlando-Daytona Beach, FL, United States

I like how you've adopted someone else's junk into your own "objet d'art" :) The rust spots and overall texture next to the plant in the background makes it really fit in. I hear there's another storm out there in the Gulf - be safe!

27 Aug 2008 2:22am

1/80 second
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