Capturing Life's Beauty One Photo at a Time
The old barn stands guard over the triangle of hay on a winter day.
Photo captured in Somonauk, Illinois.
I do miss rectangles, though.
You are too funny, Lilly! Thanks.
This looks like a painting.
Thanks, Sandy. I experimented with the processing to give it an artistic feel.
Definitely like the contrast!
Thanks very much, Sherry!
I like the tone and color of this photo as it gives it a timeless feel…again I am more drawn to black and white or sepia or this. Love the old barn:)
I appreciate the feedback — thanks!
Thanks for the comment, Mike.
wonderful light – works really well with the sepia tones.
Lois, thank you so much!
Perfect composition and wonderfully processed too! If you don’t mind me asking, what did you do to this one?
Hi Face, the post work was done in Corel and Picasa. I converted the image to black and white and adjusted the contrast, luminance, tones, etc. In Picasa, I experimented with the Orton and Duo Tone levels until satisfied with this outcome. Thanks for the comment.
Brian have you gotten March snows? I like it very much.
No March snow, Dave. This was taken awhile back.
Wonderful feeling on this. It’s seems more like a drawing and watercolor than a photo. Very well done.
Thanks for the feedback, Ken!
Love this! Excellent composition and wonderful tones. Love the old feel to it.
I appreciate the descriptive comment, Inga!
Portrays a great sense of isolation. Like it a lot.
David, thank you!
I love the tones in this photo, beautifully done Brian.
Polly, thanks for the comment!
So lonely! I love the textures and the contrast between the snow and the dark browns.
Josy, thank you so much!
Love the sepia tone – perfect for this image.
Thanks so much, Graham!
I love this!
Thanks so much!
The tones in this photo are fantastic!
Thank you for the visit and comment — much appreciated.
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