MACRO PHOTOS OF A WASTE BASKET WITH CORROSIONS AND CRACKS

Video for Lacer/actions Project. The wear and tear of time causes corrosion and cracking. This is what happened to the waste baskets placed in the center of a surprising medieval village, Abbadia San Salvatore, on Mount Amiata, in the heart of Tuscany. The yellow paint, over the years, has peeled off and corroded, leaving room for imaginary arabesques that the eye of my camera caught at close range. Soundtrack: Consort for Brass, Kevin MacLeod (YouTube Audio Library).

4 responses to “MACRO PHOTOS OF A WASTE BASKET WITH CORROSIONS AND CRACKS

  1. The video won’t play for me in WordPress Reader or on your site ! šŸ˜¦
    Hopefully it’s just me with a problem but thought I’d mention it since it’s a problem I’ve not encountered with your videos before.

    • Good Morning MR C, Thank you for the message.
      Iā€™ve checked and the video can be seen regularly; the view is ok on mobile too. Maybe you have to wait some seconds for the uploading.
      Anyway I attach 2 links from my Facebook and YouTube channel:

      Thank you o much and have a nice day!
      Roberto

      • Thank you for the link. I watched on YouTube and really like the images and also the style of the video with the reflections at the bottom.
        I did notice (and perhaps it is just me) that, maybe because of the video style, each image seems to ‘drift’ in and out of focus. That is to say they are not sharp like all of your static images. It might sound critical but you know I mention this only because I want your images to be seen at their very best šŸ™‚
        Great choice of music. I never know what I will get with your videos and it is usually a good surprise šŸ™‚
        I tried viewing again through WordPress (reader and your blog) and I was still unable to view it. I realise it works fine your end and other viewers can see it OK so it is a peculiar problem that I’ve not encountered before.
        Have a great weekend
        Mr C

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