This waterlily is a necessary component of all photo collections.
Left all by its lonesome – will the rose ever get back home?
Somewhat eerie, illuminated by firelight.
This flower is from some weird weed that grows up every year. When it dries, it looks like this picture.
Lion flower, as found in the wild.
Very odd scene – take in the moss, the leaves, the rock, and ask yourself: should any self-respecting plant hang around this bunch?
It looks like a large tree – nopoe, just a small plant at ground level.
This MINI light isn’t so mini, but it is mini enough to be on a MINI.
Completely serious. I have no idea what kind of fish these are.
Not too sure why they call them lighthouses. Made of steel? Not too light if you ask me.
If some houses can be considered rustic, can’t brackets? Either way, this rusted bracket will make your day.
Only trained camera professionals should try this, please.
Wavy alien-like glass fronds (the description sounded good on paper…).
Macro shot of a brass tensile specimen fracture. Plus, including this picture allows me to use the word “jaggedy.”
The Penn Theatre in downtown Plymouth, Michigan. Lovely shot, theatre blurred, lamp in focus. I have a version without the TV aerial.
On a trip to Washington DC, I notice a lot of construction. So much so that it was difficult to snap pictures of buildings, rather one was taking pictures of the fence that surrounded the buildings. This is one of those – I have no idea what I took a picture of, but it turned […]
It would have been illegal for me to have passed this shot up. Shot looking straight up towards a spiral staircase in a Shaker restaurant.
Macro close-up of a surface mount (SMT) button. From a broken Wacom Intuos pen.
Macro close-up of a first generation iPod click wheel.
Vintage striped fabric. They don’t make vintage striped fabric like they used to.
Closeup of vintage striped fabric. They don’t make vintage striped fabric like they used to.
Rock with moon-like inclusions, placed on a knitted wool sweater.
Vintage suitcase handle closeup. Slightly dusty, focus point on black rubber trim of suitcase – the handle is blurred.
Vintage suitcase latch closeup. Slightly dusty, focus point on hinge.
Vintage Christmas lights closeup shot, at an angle. These ARE NOT “Holiday” lights, but Christmas lights. There IS a difference.
Vintage Christmas lights on a wood background. These ARE NOT “Holiday” lights, but Christmas lights. There IS a difference.
Grass seeds strewn on a freshly tilled soil, closeup. The seeds are coated with a protectant – which is why some appear green/teal. Some of the grass has started to sprout.
Grass seeds strewn on a freshly tilled soil, closeup. The seeds are coated with a protectant – which is why some appear green/teal.
A flower-like-weed, kinda sad yet cute at the same time.
Macro shot of a dandelion. Very soft, green, cheerful photo.
Dried rose with little white flower below (the kind that look like miniature roses). Kinda moody, saturated colors. Beautiful.
Vector illustration of an incandescent light bulb. Light up your day with this wonderful piece of art! Not truly a stock photo. But still purchasable. Illustration, source file Illustrator 8 eps. Lines are intact, and the light-bulb comes with white, grey, and black filled shapes behind lines.
Gold. Well, Brass – but it looks like gold. Except the gears would be too soft were they gold. Hmmm. A few things to note – this came from a residential water meter register, USA. You can see (in the background) the numbers the register used – it’s odometer style. I have several photos like […]
Years ago, there was a fire in the building I work in. The floor joists above us burnt, but withstood the flames. From time to time they deposit little pieces of “charcoal” on our desks, computers, drinking water. This is because there are offices above our space, and people like to walk around above us. […]
I don’t even like cheesecake. But if you do, this photo can be yours! Dramatic shot of a cheesecake (multiple flavors!!!!), with “Happy Birthday” candles.
Slightly hazy image of brass gears inside a water meter.
Macro shot of environmentally friendly packaging material. Shipped with this material from DIgikey.
Angled closeup of purple flower.
“Field” of flowers, blurred in the background. Focused only in the center.
Purple/Pink bud at an angle on a light blurred background.
Tiny Purple/Pink bud receding into the background.
Only the bestest roses for the whole family! Though this may be dried, it will still work for your booklets.
Dried purple flowers on a textured (green canvas duck) background.
This is a coiled sewing tape – be very careful! It could spring at any time…
A dried white rose, set in a dark background. Perfect for those wedding invitations!