Sunday, November 8, 2009

An old Barn Fading away on a Cloudy Day

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38 comments:

  1. Lovely contrasts, James, and a touch of glow, perfectly framed by wintry branches. I really like this. Lizzy :)

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  2. Very wintry. Extremely atmospheric picture.

    Been thinking of you all week because lots of my photos are now coming out almost in monochrome even when that's not what I intended.

    The seasonal light is certainly a black and white challenge.

    Lucy

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  3. "Covered bridge", "alienation and despair" etc.

    The works of your monochrome are completely praised.

    Thank you for a wonderful works.

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  4. Outstanding! Perfect! Superb!...I could go on and on!
    Sunny :)

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  5. This is very mysterious! Great for a thriller!

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  6. Hi James,

    Beautiful catch!
    There's thriller mystery in this shot.

    Have a wonderful Sunday!

    Best regards
    Asta

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  7. This is pretty neat James, mono can just add up depth to our photos. Thanks for the visit, Have a nice week ahead.

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  8. Really a great motiv for monochrome. Nostalgic, but also a bit spooky.

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  9. Very atmospheric, great temptation to get near those silos with a real wide-angle.

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  10. A great barn... Like in those spooky movies. I can imagine a strange character living there. Probably just cows, horses, chickens, goats... Romantic.

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  11. Great mono picture! I like the tree in front.

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  12. How moody and atmospheric, and from one compulsive retoucher to another I really like that you resisted the temptation to lighten up the barn a bit.

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  13. I think that is a absolutely beautiful shot, James. I think one of your best yet.

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  14. I have some old farms and barns on discs.You tempt me to start converting them after this. Well done!

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  15. Lovely contrasts in this picture. Very good mono!

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  16. Gorgeous shot James and I just LOVE the contrast!

    I hope you feel a little bit better today :)

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  17. Very picturesque shot. So well done.

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  18. If one day I write a scary book, please let me use this fantastic shot for the cover!I'd say it's very gothic, both scary and beautyful and attractive. Great shot, really!

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  19. This is terrific here in mono..sure speaks of fall!
    Hope you have a great day-

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  20. wonderfull photo! really good work!

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  21. A very dramatic photo, I like the dark tree branch in the foreground. The weather looks a lot like what we are having here today.

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  22. Excellent capture...I love the lighting and the glow in the sky. Good job.

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  23. That's a very tall barn.

    B&W photos are nice. When I was young, we only had B & W photos.

    Thanks for visiting

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  24. It looks ghostly in Black and White

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  25. Oooh, a setting for a spooky story, great capture. ~ Calico Contemplations

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  26. I like this framing of the barn even better than your other one.

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  27. Black and white sure make this photo much sadder than the color photo to me. What a difference color makes in one's feelings or perception.

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  28. perfect composition. You rock it!

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  29. Wow James!This picture is wonderful, excellent work!
    Léia

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  30. At first I thought that the editing has been stretched almost too far but, naah, it´s just cool!

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  31. I would be afraid to be walking around there in the dark! That tree is so eerie! Amazing black and white. The glow really gives it a punch! Love it!

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  32. Hi James, looks like a storm is rolling in... Perfect b&w photo for Monochrome Weekly Theme! :)

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  33. cook shot, looks a little creepy!

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