Tuesday, July 6, 2010

Home of the Vultures

The farmers may not use these old buildings any more but nature still has use for them and so do I. There's a tree growing through the roof of the smaller building, turkey vultures nest in the old barn and it's a great place for me to practice photography.
If you would like to see this in color and from a different perspective please click here.

16 comments:

  1. I like it even better in black and white. I love the way you set this shot up... you have such a great eye!

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  2. sicuramente la PROSPETTIVA della foto in bianco e nero mi piace moltissimo.
    ciao simona

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  3. more than suitable for framing

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  4. ...and practice makes perfect, and I believe this is perfection! Very nice find and composition and the gray scale is all there! Beautiful, James!

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  5. Gothic mood! as the walls are not straight, they make me think of those old B&W movies , where things were shown with distortion to give a nightmare mood!

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  6. Great work James, this picture is beautiful!
    It's so amazing that the tree is growing up inside the barn!
    In the first glance, I had the feeling to see two different spaces there, or constructions.
    Fantastic place!
    Léia

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  8. This is proof that 'practice makes perfect'.
    Your B & W series has an Ansel Adams feeling :)
    ☼ Sunny

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  9. It makes me wonder what the place must have been like "back in the day"!

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  10. It reminded me of the old nursery rhyme about the crooked man and the crooked house. Creepy shot but beautiful.

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  11. Oh very nice...I love barn photographs. :)

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  12. I like photographs of the titles of this blog very much.
    American beauty is expressed in that.

    This hut lets me feel the atmosphere. . .

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  13. I love shooting old barns and you captured this so well in black and white.

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