Galvanized Fence with Paint
Galvanized Fence with Paint

Bisbee Arizona is a mixture of rich architectural history, colorful textures and boutique shopping. While there it seemed there was something to photograph on every corner. These three images reminded me of art already on canvas.

Posted for the Weekly Photo Challenge

My definition of Curb Art:  Any specific object that you can capture from the curb or street with a camera that is not a complete building, landscape, portrait or group of people.

While walking down a new and unexplored street, or back alley there are often works of art waiting to be captured on camera.  For me, that’s Curb Art.  One of those rare finds while strolling about is when you come along an unusual or rustic door.  I thought that no one stopped to take pictures of doors but in spending time in WordPress, Pinterest and other social media it was surprising to find that it’s not that unusual.  There are some impressive doors out there just waiting to be personified.

Here are a few taken during the Christmas Season in Bisbee Arizona.

Enter Here

I was particularly fond of the blue door as the frame was an aging rustic wood set into a wall of larger stones and rocks.

No Entry Allowed

This one was not quite as unusual but the old peeling paint and original oak peeking through was interesting enough for me to take the shot.