Actually it is more about the images I chose for today then about the season. Maybe because it’s Monday or just that the images I selected for today’s post seemed to speak to me in black and white.
It kind of started with this barren tree that I took at the Hurstville Kilns last Friday. I remember last winter I got so tired of looking at barren tree limbs and was so happy when the tree buds started coming out. These reminded me of what is coming in a very short time. 😦
There is an old structure behind the Hurstville Kilns that at one time may have been a barn or more than likely a storage building of some kind. Anyway it is an interesting old building in a just about to fall down state and on the two occasions I have ventured behind the Kilns I have enjoyed capturing images of this weathered old structure.
I can’t help but think what great picture frames this wood would make. I have a friend who makes picture frames out of old barn wood. He has made several frames for people who wanted some of my barn pictures. It makes a stunning wall mount.
the two times I’ve been behind the Kilns has proved to be interesting. I went there once in the middle of summer (2010) and then again this fall. I would like to go again in the spring and take my large lens and tripod to see if I could capture some of the wild birds that make their summer home there.
Finally I’ll leave you with this image of the stairs that descend from the Kilns. They are not even nor are they spaced correctly so you have to be pretty careful coming down. Hope you enjoyed the black and white images.
I hope your Halloween Monday is anything but black and white. Enjoy your day and be careful. Thanks again for stopping by.