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We talk a walk around yesterday in the -3 but crisp and clear day 14th Feb, and I decided whilst having some feeling in my fingers to play a bit with the camera! This is one of the barns at the local farmers!
Placed 6th in the The Colorless Challenge in the BARNS & Old Grist Mills and Covered Bridges Group 10th March ’12Featured in Black and White Photography 25th February 2010
Canon G10I am not sure about setting as each one is different from colour to black and white!
winter, france, farm, tractor, barn, ferme, proust, grenier, black and white, high key, old barn, old tractor, wooden barn, lagault, les clielles
We live in the West of France in the Poitou Charentes region, I love where we live and take a lot of inspiration for photography from the countryside and wonderful regions around us.
I have not had any formal training and just feel comfortable behind the lens, enjoying the feeling of liberty and fun that is to be had with a camera.
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Really good image Pam, you should put this into the High Key Group!
Thank you so much George – I will do so – I was aiming for High Key so your comment has made my day :))Hope you are well x
– Pamela Jayne Smith
Great work Pamela. I like the overall quality of this.
Thank you so much Peter for your great compliment :D
Thank you Sean :)
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Thank you Cee :D
Thank you Celia :))
Nice high key image Pam, love the wheel of the tractor peeking out, the thin branches leaning against the barn and the varying greys of the timber.
Thank you ever so much G :D
Really like the starkness of the b&W PAm. great detail like the branches holding the side of the barn up. lol
Thank you so much Karen :) it has seen better days I feel :D
Love this, great in B+W
Thank you so much Geoff :D
I have to keep a keen eye on your great work Pam, you know I just adore these captures, even with frozen fingers. Excellent capture and the angle of view is a winner.But, you can’t take all your time finding aged images.Cool shot !! LOLColin
Thank you so much Colin as always :) I think we are on a par now for aged images :) have you seen my latest? Lavoir – sorry it’s another aged one ;D thank you also for the Fave :D
I love this image; beautifully crafted!…….Linda
Thank you so much Linda – and so sorry for my tardy reply – I missed this before now :( But it’s much appreciated – Pam :)