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I have passed by this old garage on a regular basis, always thinking how I should stop and take a photo of it. I finally did. Just outside of Osceola, Texas.
Canon EOS Rebel T1iTamron 18-270mm lens
Tripod, 3 JPG images +2 to -2, Photomatix Pro 4.0
garage, osceola, texas, hdr, terence russell
Son of an avid reader of paperbacks and a manager of a photofinishing plant in Abilene, Texas.
Have to say that this one really grabbed my attention . RB me with your sign in name and I’ll sent you an invite .POP’s
Thanks so much, Pops, for the wonderful comment and the invite.
– Terence Russell
Thank you for sharing your artwork with the Photomatix HDR Group!
Love this shot,so atmospheric.
Thank you, Carla! I have loved a better sky, but you can’t have everything!
Great shot. Beautiful lighting
Thank you very much, Don!
Wow! What a Stunning image and find…Terence!!Love the way the sunlight is hitting the front of the building!Spectacular work as always, my friend! Wtg =D
Thank you, Carla! The sun was just in the right position. That was why I decided to stop and take it. It is all about light, so if it isn’t quite right, I sometimes just pass it by and come back another time!
Excellent find and well captured..we had a similar old garage here, I passed by a 100 times, never photographed it..One day someone from our town post an image and it looked great..now the old garage is gone.So now we live by the motto shoot it when you see it as it may not be there next time.
Thanks so much, Chappy. I understand how that goes. There was an old chapel near the cemetery where most of my family is buried. I forgot to take my camera along once, kicking myself for missing an great opportunity to take it while I was there. The next occasion we had to go there, it had fallen to the ground and was nothing but a pile of broken wood. My wife and I have a Murphy’s Law syndrome about photography. If we pack up all the camera equipment we usually find nothing worth photographing. We leave it at home, we miss all kinds of great photo ops!
A wonderful capture Terence.
Thank you so much, my friend!
Awesome capture! I love it!
Thank you, James!
wonderful capture Terence, great comp and color!
Thank you, Sandra!
Beautiful lighting and looks like it would be a great place to explore,lovely capture
Thanks, Trudi! I think it might be a good place to explore, as well. I would love to see inside! I wish my great uncle was still alive, because I remember the inside of his garage, all the chains, hoists, tools, and stuff that abounded inside. This one is always behind a closed gate. It is a pity!