Perhaps a hideaway for smokers? The can might be for butts. :) Have a great day Randy!
It's a beautiful composition and contrasts!Léia
No! Just title it "Trash can".
Great composition here Randy.
Trees don't have to hold leaves to hold beauty. Wonderful picture.
Adobe photographs beautifully! You could move the can; anything is permissible for art!!
Adobe is sooo attractive.Reminds me of an Ansel Adams shot.
Wonderful balance to this photo. Bare bones of the tree against the adobe with the vertical line giving it height. Just the right amount of blue sky. Darn nice I'd say!
Darn garbage can. What garbage can? It's still a really nice shot. And the bare tree shall soon sprout new leaves!Re your comment on Ocala: There is a sculpture by the theater...off to the left of the entrance (you can't see it 'cause of the trees)...it's one of our multi-colored horses. Very nice.
nice photo op!
I love bare trees this time of year too! We don't have the pretty adobe buildings though.
What a beautiful scene. I like it garbage can and all.
it's like when i take a photo of a great gate and it is trash collection day. :)
Love this simple and beautiful composition.
A tree and its friend.
Super composition Randy.. the rubbish bin is a necessary part of life oui!
I also like the bare trees ... Soon will be dressed in a new suit;)
Strange composition, I really like the stones of the pavement.
Love the minimalism!
Lol, isn't it strange how bins interfere with serious photography?!Love the slender tree.
Still, a great photo and the garbage can is just a sign of the times.
I love the graphic look of this one, Randy!
Very nice, garbage can and all :)
It is a spare composition, isn't it?
We have many hideaways like that hear in KL for smokers, but you can see many cigarette butts everywhere on the ground as evidence, but that's here that people are not too concious about public cleanliness.
I think the garbage can adds to the overall ambiance of this picture, nice composition on this shot!
A nice contrast with the blue sky!
Very artsy photo. I guess it's the composition. Good job.
It's the garbage can with the bare tree that makes it interesting ... unique.
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