SHOT IN CADES COVE,GREAT SMOKY MOUNTAINS NATIONAL PARK,TENNESSEE.
CANON F-1,FUJICHROME 50,200MM LENS,CABLE RELEASE,BOGEN TRI-POD,POLARIZER,F-22@1/60
fine art, landscapes, scenics, barns, cades cove, forests, trees, farms, national parks, tennessee
Nature and landscape photographer, specializing in the GREAT SMOKY MOUNTAINS and surrounding area. Use all formats 4×5,6×7,35mm equipment.
Chuck, this one is fantastic!!!! you really hit the nail on the head with this baby … the graduated colors from cold at the top to warm at the bottom is genius … the barn itself, falling down but still in use is a work of art!!!!! I love it!!!!!
I think you have the best comments on RB…no kidding!
– Chuck Wickham
oh, you sweetheart!!!! Well … when I’m inspired by the greatest art on RB, how can I NOT?? LOL!!! Thank you!!!!
I agree with Lois on both points: fantastic image by the greatest artist on RB!
I don’t know about that…but thanks.
Gorgeous capturer[very nice composition
Thanks Grumpy appreciate the comment.
nice one chuck
Thanks, appreciate the comment.
A great study in warm and cold colors Chuck. The eye immediately goes to the light area before the barn, then to the barn and finally into the depth of the image. Well told story.
Great work, lovely colours…………..
Makes a nice print, is this one that isn’t there any longer? I have a few old shots like that. Even some when they kept the large steers and cows.
I feel that these old structures are what made Cades Cove what it was. With most of these barns gone its just not the same. Of course those who aren’t familiar with the place won’t know the difference.
Beautiful in so many ways : )