Happy Thursday ~ 316
A couple of old farm structures for you today. Something about old farm buildings that attracts my interest. These were taken in the early afternoon so the light was not good but I just couldn’t pass them up.
Had lunch with my good friend from DeWitt yesterday. I hadn’t seen her in some time and it was good to catch up on what’s been going on in her life.
I think one of the things I might do to get out of my self-imposed rut is follow what a photographer from Great Britain does. He picks a location or actually has his readers pick a location and then he spends fifteen minutes there making a good of images as possible. I am always amazed at what he comes up with. If you narrow your focus you naturally become more attentive to things in the field of focus. Makes sense to me so I will give that a go.
I guess since this is supposed to be a blog about photography and not necessarily about my often times incoherent ramblings I should occasionally throw in some information about settings. So these images were shot with: Nikon D600 (RAW) | Nikon 80 – 400 mm F4.5-5.6 VRII lens | ISO 100 1/160 of sec @ f6.3 | First image at 220 mm focal length – second images 210 focal length.
I am having another problem with Mediacom. Those who have followed this blog for some time remember my last go around with them. I ended up filing a complaint with cable commission and finally got some satisfaction and resolution to that problem. We’re not there yet but it seems that we may be headed to another complaint filed. I will exercise my full limit of patience before I do anything rash. 🙂
Well that’s it for today. I hope you enjoy your day. Thanks as always for checking on my humble blog and be careful. It is a dangerous world out there.
I’m attracted to old barns and farm buildings too. These are both nice. I especially like the second image … the farm wagons add that extra something.