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Wheel Fence and Barn

Posted by
Barbara Kile (Ft. Worth, United States) on 22 July 2010 in Landscape & Rural and Portfolio.

This is the opposite side of the barn from the last image, where I captured the close up abstract view. This reveals a bit of the wheel fence. Texture applied, and Topaz Simplify overlaid on the main image and applied at reduced opacity.

NIKON D300 1/100 second F/16.0 ISO 400 24 mm (35mm equiv.)

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Nigel from Avening, United Kingdom

Super composition Barbara

22 Jul 2010 6:06am

Dulcie from Danville, CA, United States

Of course the fence makes the perfect, incredible frame for this scene. This is just absolutely beautiful, Barbara. Scenes like this remind me of childhood and simply fill my heart. Thank you.

22 Jul 2010 6:40am

@Dulcie: Don't you love things that remind you of favorite childhood memories? Thanks, Dulcie!

Tomas Turecek from Czech Republic

I copy Dulcie's comment. Perfect composition and framing, for myself I add great post processing as always. This is a photo I would proudly like to have hanging on a wall being the owner of the house :)

22 Jul 2010 6:49am

@Tomas Turecek: Thanks, Tomas!

Ally from Singapore, Singapore

the house is framed perfectly inside the circle! nice!

22 Jul 2010 8:25am

Cosmin from Bucharest, Romania

very good, interesting frame of the subject

22 Jul 2010 8:31am

Tim from Lausanne, Switzerland

I love the compsition ! Very beautiful !

22 Jul 2010 12:06pm

Julie Brown from Indianapolis, United States

Perfect framing, Barbara.

22 Jul 2010 1:28pm

Krunal from Mumbai, India

great framing

22 Jul 2010 3:52pm

Anita from West Nottingham, United States

Nicely framed!

22 Jul 2010 7:58pm

Tracy from La Selva Beach, United States

Excellent seeing! Love the creative framing....The rusty fence is perfect for the old barn!

23 Jul 2010 12:03am

Susan from Pompano Beach, FL, USA from United States

Love the way you've framed this one.........Beautiful image !!!

23 Jul 2010 12:29am

B. Thomas from Arlington, Texas, United States

Very cool barn, Barbara. I love the framing and POV through the fence.

23 Jul 2010 1:50pm

Barbara from Oakland, United States

Barbara, this is lovely! You did a wonderful job of framing the barn right within the circle. Bravo! Man, I so wanna get to the Palouse. Maybe next spring!

23 Jul 2010 2:19pm

@Barbara: June and August are the best times. You would love it! Thanks!

Magrat from Nordhausen, Germany

What an idyllic scene... your postprocessing works so wonderful, Barbara... as always... and these old rusty circles are like frames in the outer frame... Superb! :)

23 Jul 2010 7:10pm

Japanalia from Yokohama, Japan

Wonderful, idyllic composition! I like the treatment and the feeling in it! Great idea for frames those rusty wheels!

24 Jul 2010 10:50am

Marie from FRESNES, France

jolie composition.

25 Jul 2010 8:47am

GJC from Kyoto (京都), Japan

What a beautiful barn! And of course you chose a clever presentation.

25 Jul 2010 10:23am

Florence from Paris, France

Lovely place Barbara and your PP is really great.

25 Jul 2010 11:43am

Sussi from Landskrona, Sweden

Interesting compositions, like how you captured both the foreground and the subject in a different and tasteful way! Beautifully arranged with soft and pleasant tone of the colors!

25 Jul 2010 9:55pm

Phil David Alexander Morris from Canada

Gosh Barbara I hope I can look at these, they make me miss our farm way
of life so much, beautiful work.

26 Jul 2010 9:38pm

@Phil David Alexander Morris: Someone else was missing their childhood farm too - cherish those fond memories! Thank you!

Barbara Kile from Ft. Worth, United States

Thank you everyone for stopping by to visit the barn!

2 Aug 2010 1:09pm

1/100 second
ISO 400
24 mm (35mm equiv.)