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Golfer Feb 9, 2005 8:43 PM

:cool: An interesting find there. Looks like clap boards over an old log cabin that was modified into a barn. May be an old homesead. Lots of fun.

digcamfan Feb 10, 2005 9:00 AM

Hi Bob,

Welcome to the forum!

I especially liked your second photo. It echoes the days before power tools, when lumber was harvested by teams of horses, windmills powered by steam and the logs hand-hewn.

Once thing you may to consider (with owner's permission of course) is to take some interior shots also to show the elegant, simple, construction of a dwelling pre-tyvek.:idea:

When I have wanted to photograph interiors of old buildings, I would ask around for the owners. I would then contact them with an 8 x 10 in hand of the exterior and ask permission to photograph the interiors with a promise of prints of the good ones to them. I have yet to be refused when approaching owners in this way.



Kanji Feb 10, 2005 9:45 AM

Hi, I know what you mean, they seem to show their scars oflife of so openly. They are abandoned derilects, but photgraphs brings outthe dignity of their past.
derilicts

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PeterP Feb 10, 2005 1:51 PM

Very nice find, I like both images, but prefer the lighting on the fall image.

Peter.

WisconsinGirl Feb 10, 2005 11:54 PM

I like the warmth on the second image, also. Your choice of images was great! I have been taking similar pictures, also, to record the decay of our farming community. Very sad. What would that first one look like in sepia?? Just wondering.

squirl033 Feb 11, 2005 12:28 AM

i like the first one best. it conveys a sense of age, decrepitude and abandonment - very evocative. nice job! it might also look good in sepia or b&w...


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