Aug 22, 2008

This was the photo on my very first post Jan 1 2006.

Old Boxes in the Barn

Today I took another one of the photos from that shoot and played with it again.

Old Boxes in The Barn 2

13 comments:

  1. Faye, you're so talented! I've enjoyed browsing your blogs. To me it looks like the Photographer Gods are with you day in and day out.

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  2. I agree with Lynette above. Fantastic photos to enjoy here. I just found you from your comment on hay on Old Man Lincoln's blog.

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  3. Great work here, really impressive love the light, I would have this on my wall, for sure. Followed you here from Firefly's blog and I will put a link to you on my blog, outstanding work.

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  4. Both photos are great but i think the second shows how you have grown and "developed" (excuse the pun LOL)

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  5. Love the isolated color and the composition on the last one, though nothing is wrong with the first. Its fun to see how our photography evolves.

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  6. Both are excellent, but I do like the second one better as I think it has more "punch" as I like to call it.

    In reference to your comment on the post, I would assume that the Roosevelt Elk behave the same, although the timing of the rut, etc may be a little different due to the different geographical location.

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  7. Oh Faye...I LOVE both of them! The colors in the second one really bring you into the picture.
    Fabulous work! I am so envious :)

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  8. what a difference Faye, i love the second one with the dabs of color and how the light plays here and there.... you just keep getting better & better.... very nice!

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  9. Both pictures are great! Love the texture and the contrast of the red color of the can.

    PS: Thank you for your comment on my photo on "Picture This" blog.

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  10. Interesting to see that few more objects are accumulating there. You've done a nice work for selective colour and I think the texture of wood grain and dirt is better in this way.

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  11. This is so dramatic! Love how you did these.

    The one below is gorgeous too,with the bales of hay..

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