End of the Road by Patricia Montgomery


Small (23.2" x 15.5")

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  1. This image was featured in the JPG Cast-Offs Group on February 2, 2009.

One of a series of images taken in and around my hometown.

A digital infrared image taken at the crest of historic Myrtle Hill Cemetery in Rome, Georgia.

This image below is a view from the other side of the hill.

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Please don’t copy or download this image. My photos may NOT be reproduced and/or used in any form without my written permission. If you want this photograph, I would be honored for you to purchase it.

©2009 Patricia Montgomery | Bucks Mountain Galleries | All rights reserved.

I scan with the eye, take aim at the target, then shoot! In a click, a moment in time is preserved for the future.

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  • Elizabeth Bravo
    Elizabeth Bravoover 5 years ago

    Wow it looks like it….the end I mean. I love the composition of the car and landmark. Great story shot.

  • Marcelene McCowan
    Marcelene McCowanover 5 years ago

    Wow, what a dramatic effect! Great symbolism!

  • CarolM
    CarolMover 5 years ago

    So dramatic!!! I don’t think it would be as dramatic in color. Kind of spooky in a way. It could mean the end in two ways. The end of the road itself or the end of life, as there is a cemetery adjacent. This reminds me of an Alfred Hitchcock movie. lol.
    Very thought provoking. Those clouds really set the stage. Great work, Patricia. I see a feature coming!!!!

  • imageofpix4u
    imageofpix4uover 5 years ago

    Ah I was going to ask,,,never mind “Infra-red” It really creates a sense of depth doesn’t it. The composition is wonderful. Juxtaposed old and new, symbolism of how the south came to an abrupt and cataclysmic end of the road itself. Not that I’m an active "son of the south or re-enactor, but as a child I was a member of the C of C, and my 77 year old Mama is still active with the UDC. Oh FYI I joined Georgia (State of, not Artists of) this morning. I shot some nice work in Columbus yesterday despite the snow and rain (going back soon to shoot more). And they call Alabama “The Beautiful!” .

  • Lois  Bryan
    Lois Bryanover 5 years ago

    Fabulous, fabulous image … love the title … it and the image together are so thought-provoking!!! Are you using a Hoya lens??? I’m soooo thinking about getting one!!!!

  • Lois, I started out with a Hoya R72 filter, but now use a infrared-converted camera. Read my newest blog, Journey into the World of Digital Infrared, for more information.

    – Patricia Montgomery

  • Bradley Nichol
    Bradley Nicholover 5 years ago
    • Very dramatic and great image Patricia, well done !
  • Thank you so much for the feature, Bradley! I am honored!!

    – Patricia Montgomery

  • MaeBelle
    MaeBelleover 5 years ago

    Great shot,Patricia looks spooky!!with the billowy clouds and darkness…haha, God Bless,Mae

  • Tim Denny
    Tim Dennyover 5 years ago

    Very nice B&W with DOF also

  • savosave
    savosaveover 5 years ago

    strong composition Patricia

  • Curtiss Simpson
    Curtiss Simpsonover 5 years ago

    Beautiful Patricia nice comp looks great in B/W !

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