Travel Photography Photos tagged as rust
Bodie Historic State Park, Bodie, California. Bodie is a ghost town in the Bodie Hills east of the Sierra Nevada mountain range.Visitors can walk the deserted streets of a town that once was a bustling area of activity. Interiors remain as they were left and stocked with goods.
A boy and a girl pace down the giant sea wall that takes the impact of the huge ocean swell, it also used to be used as an unloading pier for large ships delivering to the isalnd, hence the tracks in the floor.
An "old fashion" door lock in the old town in Mesagne (Italy)
Deserted shed in the high plains of Dargo
Once upon a time, in little Austrian town on the lake shore, single and handsome Stork met white and elegant Heron. Lonely Heron (so Stork thought). Stork cast interested glances, he opened and closed its wings and made signs - all in vain. Heron staid cold. Then Stork came closer and started a promo-conversation about the weather and coming fall, but she showed him her slim back and continued her slow walk - as if he was an empty place! Stork used all the tricks to attract her: he was delicate, tender, agressive, fun, spontaneous, intelligent and pateticaly sad. Nothng worked! And then ... Stork's wife appeared, and she took a stork back to the nest.
Stork is the symbol of Rust, stork is respnsible for baby-delivering and for luck of people of Rust as well!
Rust is town of storks. Their nests are almost on every house.
Roman church of 12th century.
Unfortunatelly for me it was a market day in Rust. Old town was full with kiosks, mostly with colonial goods from Thailand, China and India. Market finised after 3PM and left dirty and flying nylons after it.
Market was a trouble - narror streets were full with kiosks. This one (local textile) at least seems a bit special. Others sold asian goods. I couldnt wait when the market will close - to see the town and its beauty.
Fischerkirche (Fishrman's church)
Entrance into old town of Rust