I can never resist photographing something like this. Here what used to be a banal building product is revealing some sort of underlying structure as it rusts away.
Incidentally, since I've arrived in Canada, I've been using my NEXUS 7 mini tablet for posting to this blog. From the camera's SD card, I download only the JPEGs that I'm considering posting. That's much easier to do than on the iPad since the NEXUS 7 lets you scroll through the SD card's contents in full size BEFORE downloading them. With full screen previews, I can see enough of a photo to pick out the best ones.
The iPad forces me to download everything into the device's limited internal memory; the preview thumbnails are far too small to make a selection beforehand. Even worse, the iPad doesn't allow you to download only the JPEG or the RAW file; you can't separate the pair and have to download both. So the iPad always filled up very quickly with files I didn't want on it.
On the NEXUS 7, I download only the JPEGs I'm thinking about editing and posting to my blog. All other images, including the RAW files get backed up every day on my little Colorspace UDMA 2. At the moment the Squarespace APP I use to post to this Blog limits the size of uploaded images to 600 pixels wide. Hopefully that will change in the near future.