Weekly Photo Challenge: My Muse is Corrugated Metal

Whenever I feel the need to go out and shoot photos I usually head down to Granville Island, a former industrial site that now has Vancouver’s farmer’s market, restaurants, art galleries and lots and lots of corrugated metal.

How do I love corrugated metal? Let me count the ways….

Bare winter branches contrast yellow against black.
Yellow Branches Against a Black WallThe corrugated metal siding of a floating home reflects in the False Creek harbour.
ripple effectOpus, where I buy most of my art supplies, is always good for spray-painted corrugations.
corrugated wall by OpusI like the way it looks as a backdrop to weeds growing up out of the cracks in the pavement.
13Jnweedcorrugatedmetal1746wBut mostly I love the way it looks when it gets all rusty and falling apart!
Rust on an old industrial building on Granville IslandHave you ever seen anything more beautiful?Close-up of rust on an old industrial building on Granville IslandClose-up of rust on an old industrial building on Granville Island For more of the Daily Post’s Weekly Photo Challenge: Muse

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7 responses to “Weekly Photo Challenge: My Muse is Corrugated Metal

  1. Pingback: Inspired by the Corrugated Metal ‘Masterpieces’ of Granville Island | Elizabatz Gallery·

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