In the past few weeks as we have been driving to Denver on a regular basis to help our daughter get her pilates studio ready to open, we always drove past this corner lot, fenced, behind which stood a bunch of old, partially dismantled gasoline pumps. After commenting that I thought there was a photograph opportunity there for several days, we finally stopped one morning and I took some shots. I've processed them a number of different ways and I'm not sure if I really like any of them or, if so, which one I prefer, but here is one for your critique. Generally, I don't like shooting anything through a fence, but I think that the fence may actually enhance this image. It seems kind of odd to bother to fence off these old, rusting and decaying gas pumps, along with a plastic trash can and other detritus. Anyway, what do you all think? If you'd care to look at any of the others, they can be found here: http://fotoeffects.smugmug.com/Other/Odds-and-Ends/7032233_9SbQx#636419082_EjsfK. They are on two pages, so you have to look at the next page, as well, to see them all.
Thanks so much for the nice comments on my hollyhocks pic. And have a great day! I'm especially thinking about Miguel as he learns more about his cancer and the treatment options.