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Just west of East Lake on Rte.16, along the “Coastal route”, PEI, Canada.
Pentax K20 f6.7 – 250s – ISO100 150mm
canada, old house, peeling paint, pei, rural, clouds, field
Oh my….gorgeous work….love this.
Thanks, this is one of my fav’s. I remember the yellow paint and the late afternoon sun difussed with overcast sky. Hdr pulled some texture out of the sky. It was such a windy day, but I look at those trees and for sure it’s a windy spot.
– Elisabeth van Eyken
Powerful image! What character. I can just imagine the stories this homestead could tell…
Thank you, indeed if the boards could talk. I’m sure they squeak anyway. Thank you kindly.
so touching…! Great image, also colourwise, beautiful !Hopefully it will be protected by heritage foundations !
Thank you Anne. Unfortuneately, most are not protected, they just die off. There are many of these in rural Canada. Check out my “Last Wall Standing” image. This is not exagerated by wide angle.
Amazing shot of a wonderful old building
Thank you very much.
Perfect Capture Elisabeth! The processing is Superb!
Thank you. I remember the yellow, peeling paint of the house at the time I took some shots. To expose to get that yellow paint washed out the sky. A little hdr not only gave my sky back, but added more drama to it.
I love this piece with the trees growing up around it as though being protected by the house and the house protecting the trees. Comensalism, or something like that.
Thank you David. Both trees and house express charactor from the weather.
Looks like time passed this house behind, judging by its condition. Excellent capture and processing. Definite fave material and your other images are to be commended on also. >Ron<
Thanks you much for your feedback and Fav.
Very nice work, I like the colour & exposure, very eery feel & olde de worlde
After about 4 hours of driving looking for subjects, I was rewarded with this subject by late afternoon. It certainly is weather beaten. Thank you.
Fantastic image and mood captured here Elisabeth, lovely work!
Thank you Kerry.