Tie a Knot In It

K is for Knot
left to rot 
on the shore 

35 comments:

  1. This rope has seen many days of hard use, weathered to give that lovely shade. Words that fit so well. Cheers,Jean.

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  2. HI Terri Knotting rubbish about that find or shot!! I have just arrived back after a 6 weeks holiday in Africa and have LOTS of photographs to edit and share (eventually)

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  3. This worls well for K and for Rubbish. Kool!

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  4. Clever addition to the rubbish pics....I'd say the rope still has a ways to go to disintegrate.

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  5. lovely old knotty rope... Jakes Favorited toy is a rope with a knot

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  6. nice photo subject. lots of texture.

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  7. A great find, Terri! I love your header, BTW.

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  8. Interesting shot - some of that rope takes a long time to rot! It could be years. :)

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  9. Love the texture. Hope you are enjoying nice fall weather, Terri.

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  10. It blends in well and makes for a wonderful photo!

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  11. Reminds me of my Boy Scout days. Tom The Backroads Traveller

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  12. I am with Tex! Love the texture.. you can see those fibers!

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  13. I really like this picture.

    Have a blessed day.

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  14. We'll done! I love the old knotty rope.

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  15. As a kid it was the job of the older brothers to teach how to tie things into a knot. Usually it was hay twine, jute, and sometime it would be the large rope that helped open the barn door. One didn't leave all those knots in the rope though as dad wouldn't like it that way after a bunch of boys knotted it. It is a great shot of the woven fibers used to make the rope.

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  16. A knotty problem to find it in the brush...

    ROG, ABCW

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  17. Love that! And btw, the structure in my first photo is a compost sort-of-bin. :-)

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  18. Beautiful texture! Lovely subtle colors. Love it.

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  19. Such great detail in this photo of yours, I really like that.

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  20. Makes you wonder what its job had been. Sad that it has been tossed aside but good to see the knot held.

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  21. This knot would make an interesting story. It has so much character.

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  22. This is so cool. I love finding things like this along Lake Superior and the Great Lakes. The imagination runs wild!

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  23. Love this shot! What a great find! Thank you for sharing and linking up!

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  24. Nice find. There never seems to be any shortage or rope on a seashore, where does it all come for. You are lucky to see some real rope rather than the nylon variety.

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  25. Great eye for spotting the knot lying on the ground. I love seeing "ordinary" becoming extrodinary.

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  26. Nice discovery....I agree with Ida's comment :)

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