The peg is used to keep the door of a hunters' lookout closed. You just twist it. Very ingenious.
For a view of what a hunters' lookout is, please go to the photo from the 10 January, 2008 in my portfolio.
very ingenious indeed. nice in b&w
6 Jun 2008 5:09am
@isabel: Thank you, Isabel. Actually not b/w but the original color.
If only timber could talk. great texture and history/character study.
6 Jun 2008 5:29am
@Rhys: Great comment. Thank you, Rhys.
6 Jun 2008 5:38am
@akarui: Thank you, akarui.
Interesting picture Michael. The texture of the wood is so old and I imagine there are lots of stories to be told around this gate.
6 Jun 2008 6:22am
@Marion: The hunters sit up in these and sip their beverage, swop stories and wait for small animals to venture by. Thanks so much, Marion.
nice shot (bji kurd ) :)
6 Jun 2008 7:16am
@mosleh: Thank you, Mosleh.
Belle composition pour cette barrière de vieux bois !
@Tilala: Merci, Marie.
great form in nice color harmony!
the contrast of gray in image in very good
6 Jun 2008 7:34am
@Death: Thank you very much.
Great texture ... nice subject and angle too ! thank you
@Helma: Thank you, Helma.
Lo tek, but it works..! I do like the effect here Michael, the angle and a simple color pallet.
6 Jun 2008 8:20am
@Observing: Many thanks, Mike.
I love this shot, hate the purpose for the cabin, but love, love the shot ;) and you're funny too lol
6 Jun 2008 9:44am
@Lorraine: That's a great comment and I'm really glad you had a laugh. Thanks, Lorraine.
Great shot! Love the texture of the wood. Well done, Michael.
6 Jun 2008 9:57am
@Betty: Many thanks, Betty.
Cool shot! Love the texture too!
6 Jun 2008 10:00am
@Craig: Many thanks, Craig.
Fantastic textures of the wood, simple and efficient door catch, great shot Michael.
6 Jun 2008 10:18am
@MaryB: Thank you, Mary.
great textures and I love the shades of gray
6 Jun 2008 11:50am
@MJ: Thanks, MJ.
i like the angle of the shot, very well conceived. The illumination is great, so, a great shot.
6 Jun 2008 12:06pm
@Sérgio Martins: many thanks, Sérgio.
I see you either climbed the steps for this shot, Michael, or you used a telephoto lens - no exif data, so I can't tell. At least the ladder wasn't so slippery this time!
6 Jun 2008 1:04pm
@Judy: I climbed the steps. The ice had gone. Thank you for commenting, Judy.
Great doorknob! Simple yet effective!
6 Jun 2008 3:06pm
@Koushiro~光子郎: Yes, it is. thank you, Koushiro.
c'est intéressant de voir comment chaque morceau de ce bois, certainement assez vieux, a un dessin vraiment différent.
6 Jun 2008 3:32pm
@Evelyne Dubos: Merci, Evelyne.
Low tech but it still works! Can't write anything like that about the tools I'm using at my workplace... Very nice shot!
6 Jun 2008 6:16pm
@MadScientist: Yes, lo tek is often very workable. Thank you, MS.
When I was a wee lad, many gates had those simple latches. Very nicely shot.
6 Jun 2008 6:23pm
@Michael Rawluk: Thank you, Michael.
wow nice texture and the colours
6 Jun 2008 6:31pm
@pLusOne: Thank you, P1.
Nice textures and angles Michael - an interesting subject choice!:)
6 Jun 2008 6:57pm
@Mandy Provan: Many thanks, Mandy.
Nice pieces of wood.Excellent texture !
6 Jun 2008 7:20pm
@bruno: Thank you, Bruno.
Nice compo for that barrier of old wood faded by rain!
6 Jun 2008 9:17pm
@vu@granby - Gilles Martineau: Thank you, Gilles.
Great capture Michael. I love the texture!
6 Jun 2008 9:24pm
@standley: Thank you, Richard.
Great form and nice shot
6 Jun 2008 9:30pm
@Farhad.B: Many thanks, Farhad.
Nice texture..Good idea..Bravo!
6 Jun 2008 9:56pm
@jelb: Thank you, jelb.
Very good image
6 Jun 2008 10:07pm
@Alun Lambert: Thank you, Alun.
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