I was amused to see that sea foam is available in 50 gallon cans! Actually, I liked the warehouse loading door and wondered what "welding" meant to the use of the building.
Maybe, through that door, you get welding! *gurgle. You've captured great detail and colour, and I do appreciate the humour of the sea foam...what do they do with it, I wonder?! Nice work! :OD
29 Dec 2011 6:06am
I like very much the walls of brick. They have beautiful degraded and warm colors
29 Dec 2011 6:09am
Ha ha ha! A neat seen!
Un cadrage au millimètre, avec les vieux bidons colorsés et ces fenêtres aux encadrement blancs, superbe.
Bravo et amitié
29 Dec 2011 6:20am
Well seen, nice composition Don
29 Dec 2011 6:40am
I like this composition.
29 Dec 2011 7:13am
A terrific composition with the signs attracting the attention among the textures and colors.
29 Dec 2011 9:45am
Haha- I've heard o people selling cans of "Mountain Air" but never sea foam!
29 Dec 2011 10:31am
a nicely surreal documentation Don
29 Dec 2011 11:10am
Well seen ;-) I wonder what that is?
29 Dec 2011 11:12am
Abandonné sans doute !...
De beaux détails et textures sur cette image, attrayants.)
29 Dec 2011 11:45am
Well seen and nice composition. :)
Happy New Year to you!
29 Dec 2011 1:38pm
Nice industrial shot, Don. I like how that white barrel creeps right up to the edge of the frame, the composition is well-balanced and all the detail is top-notch.
29 Dec 2011 2:50pm
My kind of goofy city scene.
29 Dec 2011 3:25pm
Dan loves these kinds of mysteries, so he did a quick search: At one time, sea foam was used as an engine treatment (http://www.seafoamsales.com/how-to-use-sea-foam-motor-treatment.html).
29 Dec 2011 3:53pm
@Donna: Thanks Dan! I learned something new today! :-) I was surprised to learn its been around since 1940.
I'm glad you added this information. Another excellent clue to the activities that once went on in this building.
Great find, interesting markings on the 50 gallon drum and warehouse door. Great shot!
29 Dec 2011 5:01pm
29 Dec 2011 5:33pm
It may have been a misprint for "Wedding", but probably not... interesting tableaux here, Don, and a reminder of why it is good to carry a camera often!
29 Dec 2011 5:52pm
Great capture Don.
29 Dec 2011 7:23pm
very nice photo
Great compo !
29 Dec 2011 9:53pm
nicely composed Don, maybe the welding dept. lies within?
29 Dec 2011 10:04pm
29 Dec 2011 10:13pm
Beautifuly seen, captured and presented
29 Dec 2011 10:16pm
A good capture, Don; this is a wonderful, old, brick buildling.
Fascinating information about the sea foam ... whowuddathunk? (grin)
30 Dec 2011 12:20am
I always wondered where the foam on the ocean came from.
30 Dec 2011 3:37am
You need be careful not to mistake this sign-writers' training school for something it is not and never will be !
30 Dec 2011 6:32am
i wonder how you can weld sea foam :)
30 Dec 2011 9:49am
I like all the blue highlights running throughout the photo.
30 Dec 2011 5:11pm
30 Dec 2011 10:28pm
An interesting old brick building. Nicely done.
1 Jan 2012 12:55am
hmm.. sounds pretty weird, right? :) but that's a great catch right there..
2 Jan 2012 2:46am
The welding first caught my eye...since my husband welds. But then on looking closer, the way the doors have the 'imprint' of bricks on them...I tried to scan through and see if anyone else noticed that.
3 Jan 2012 6:14am
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