Some more images from my farm shoot of last Friday. The sky was just magnificent and it was fun to frame subjects up against that great cloudy sky.
The image above was an attempt to capture the windmill and the Silo. You can make out the Silo in the middle of the picture. It didn’t work very well and I will have to do some compositing in Photoshop to get the look that Megan wanted but I really like this landscape image.
This image of the windmill was captured when the sun was completely behind the clouds. It made the sky look gray and the clouds a little menacing.
As you can tell there is tall grass all around. You know what lurks in tall grass? Snakes, that’s what. I do not like snakes at all (doesn’t matter if I see them before they see me.) So the solution was to have Megan go first and scare any that might be around far away. 🙂
I liked the shape of this tree and the way it looked. I violated the rule of thirds but I really did want to make the tree the focal point of the image and since trees as a rule do not move left or right, I figured it was okay to break the rule this once.
Finally this dead tree that has fallen into the pond. This is the first thing I saw when we drove into the farm. I was hoping to catch some turtles or big bull frogs but they had long since departed so I captured the tree.
I enjoyed the opportunity to visit the farm and shoot some of the more interesting features of it. Thanks to Megan for taking me to the farm and letting me have some fun with my camera. Also no camera settings for these images. They are the same as the one’s I posted a couple of days ago. 🙂
Thanks for stopping by. Enjoy your day and be careful.