Wednesday, August 4, 2010

i hate to say how many tries it took

to hit the broad side of this barn

23 comments:

Irina said...

I love the sepia effect of the photo. And composition too.

Lisergic Synaesthesiae said...

ehehe,
but the result looks very good! Love how you framed the trunks' silhouettes, it almost seems to look a this staying hide waiting something happens.

Malyss said...

you took part of the eternal fight between shadows and light..and finally won!

B SQUARED said...

I hope you weren't throwing a boomerang.

Birdman said...

I'd say it was well worth the wait. I'm really attracted to this image. Good show!

helenmac said...

no matter how many tries, you hit the perfect hot of this barn. Very dreamy and mysterious!

Jacob said...

Lovely sepia shot through the woods...looks like that barn side needs to be hit with a little paint!

Re your question on Florida Fotos: In this instance, I was driving and Lois Anne took the photo. I think.

Cezar and Léia said...

I've enlarged the picture and it's such a nice picture, great work!I love the tree silhouettes!
Léia

Virginia said...

That's hilarious. Nice old barn and I love the point of view through the dark trees.
V

Sharon said...

You are making me laugh first thing in the morning! I love it.

Magpie said...

LMAO!! That is too funny! You're such a hoot! Lovely barn!

Small City Scenes said...

Well you did it--no matter how many tries it took.
Lovely shot. MB

Dave-CostaRicaDailyPhoto.com said...

Hitting the broad side of a barn is an expression that I heard and used all the time as a child, but I have not heard it in years. Maybe this is due to the fact that we urbanized Americans do not see very many barns any more.

cieldequimper said...

Digital allows for many boomerang tries (lol @ BSquared!). Very nice framed, you got it just right!

Julie said...

Cant see the wood for the trees, eh?

Au and Target said...

Hehehe, it looks nice in a picture but I bet it's an eyesore to the neighbours.

Bob Crowe said...

Well, the Cardinals aren't putting me in the pitching rotation. I'm certainly no better than you.

magiceye said...

worth the effort! lovely capture!

VP said...

Almost monochromatic, but with amazing colors!

JM said...

Very mysterious, love it!

Amin said...

Interesting post!

BlossomFlowerGirl said...

I like this photo very much. The tree silhouettes are wonderful.
Cheers
Melbourne Daily Photo

Steve Borichevsky said...

I can imagine!