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Railroad ties Photograph by Robert WK Clark

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Stella Wanja

Stella Wanja

The image shows railroad ties and their appearance in an outdoor setup. There are a number of wooden ties that are joined together to form a strong and durable railroad. From the look of things, the color used by the artist is able to indicate that they have served the purpose for a very long time. They are also supported by posts at various intervals which make the railroad even stronger. The image is designed in outdoor setup according to the image background. The image is able to indicate how things were done in the early days and the viewer is able to learn something by just observing the image.

Jill Ekstrom

Jill Ekstrom

Rustic yet enticing this image shows the beauty of natural products. The wooden structure shows strength and durability. The artist was smart in making the image in black and white as it adds to the longevity of the structure. The different colors of the wood show personality and uniqueness. The artist did a good job at showing the viewer that everyday ordinary objects can be made into beautiful pieces of art work, while inspiring a conversational piece to discuss.

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