Normally I do not post on Saturday, however since there has been a drought of images of late I thought I would do a little babbling this morning. Thanks to my good friend Barb who suggested I look for other things and from different perspectives. Great advice.
Yesterday my normal Friday noon meeting got canceled so I was able to take my camera and travel. My car was already dirty so I decided to take some gravel roads that I had never driven before and it was a good choice. Even though it was high noon I was pleased with some of the images I captured.
I had the 80 – 400 mm lens with me yesterday and I could have gotten much closer to this house but as I played with the differences in focal lengths I liked this image better than a close up photo. It had to be in black and white. I’m sure this old farm-house could tell some stories. I love to shoot old decaying structures and wonder what they were like in their creation.
This old combine sitting in a field of harvested corn covered with snow really appealed to me. There were other angles I wanted to explore but this was sitting across the road from a farm-house and they had a couple of angry dogs. They were also large and untethered so I reasoned I should grab what I could and run. 🙂
So a mixed bag for you today. It was fun seeing some new territory that I had not explored before. Perhaps I’ll take some more gravel roads soon.
Thanks for stopping by today. Sounds like a nice weekend temperature wise.
I took the plunge this morning and ordered a new Phantom. I gave up trying to get the other one to fly again. Hopefully I got all my crashing done with the first one and the new one will suffer less. Can’t wait to get it as I still have a lot of ideas that never got tried out with the last one.
Enjoy your day. Be careful.
Thank you Ana. You are very kind.