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photoblog image Jamie's Farm #4

Jamie's Farm #4

One of my Camera Club members runs a farm and in June some of us members spent an evening there with our cameras.

Walking round a clutch of farm buildings one comes across lots of different methods for securing doors, here are just two of them.

Jamie's Farm #4

One of my Camera Club members runs a farm and in June some of us members spent an evening there with our cameras.

Walking round a clutch of farm buildings one comes across lots of different methods for securing doors, here are just two of them.

comments (18)

lovely stuff, Brian. Strong Mondrianish geometry adds much to the image.
Brian Walbey: Thanks VZ
  • Ray
  • Thailand
  • 19 Aug 2010, 00:32
Superb montage, Brian.

[I was never much good at geometry...especially Mondrianish...as I couldn't get both horses to trot in the same direction...] [grin]
Brian Walbey: Thanks Ray. I even had to Google to see what Mondrian is all about.
  • Chris
  • Germany
  • 19 Aug 2010, 07:11
Your processing has certainly accentuated the textures here Brian
Brian Walbey: Thanks Chris.
Nicely tweaked Brian to really bring out the colour and texture. Perfectly presented too
Brian Walbey: Thanks very much Bill.
  • zed
  • Australia
  • 19 Aug 2010, 07:46
Lol that baleing twine gets used in every country
Brian Walbey: By the mile or kilometre I should think Tony.
Absolutely brilliant! So much eye appeal here. Love the way you have presented this. (:o)
Brian Walbey: Thanks Rosalyn.
  • Alan
  • Great Britain (UK)
  • 19 Aug 2010, 08:50
Now what would farmers do without bailer twine? Cracking textures here, Brian.
Brian Walbey: Thanks Alan.
Well spotted, you could make quite a series about door closings. Nice and off beat.
Brian Walbey: Thanks Sheila.
  • vintage
  • Brisbane Australia
  • 19 Aug 2010, 11:43
Good work
Brian Walbey: Thanks vintage.
Love it!! Love the effect as well. Don't like the border though. Lovely colours on both pictures, especially the right one!
Brian Walbey: Thanks Marion. I'm not sure about the background/border looking at it now, but it's a tad too late to worry about now, but I will think more about this next time I present like this.
Good processing Brian, its bought them to life. I like the old latch door best, very nicely presented smile
Brian Walbey: Thanks very much Linda.
Good studies and an interesting theme for a series of shots.
Brian Walbey: Thanks John.
Interesting presentation of these fastenings, Brian.
Brian Walbey: Thanks Tom.
Very nicely done Brian..Who would imagine they would make such fine images.
Brian Walbey: There were others as well Ron but I felt this was enough. (BTW I can't get to the comment tick-box on your post today, Friday. The whole series makes me think of Robin Hood, I don't know why.)
Looks like it was an interesting outing Brian, nice presentation.
Brian Walbey: We had a good evening out Les, I tried a lot of bracketed RAW images in order to have a serious go at HDR.
i bought a dog from a blacksmith, as soon as i got home it made a bolt for the door, could not resisit it, nice shots Brian
Brian Walbey: LOl Derek. They say the old ones are always the best grin grin grin
Fabulous textures and muted colours Brian
Brian Walbey: Thanks Pamela.
excellent diptych!
Brian Walbey: Many thanks Rob.

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