Finally, Perspective on Snow #3 February 2, 2014 by LB Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to email a link to a friend (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Like this:Like Loading... Related
Nice Laurie, I love both 😀
Thanks Joe (even if you are just humoring me given my frustration with indoor shots 🙂 )
I have no doubt you will figure out the indoor shots 😀 I sent you an email about the EXIF data so check that out.
Love those pix! !!
Thanks for saying so … I’m still learning my new camera and admit to it a being quite the learning curve!
Yep! Well done!! 🙂
Thanks, Pauline! I’m anxious to catch up on everyone’s blogs … been a bit distracted by work and travel the past few days. Hope all is well with you!
I need to start taking photos other then my cycle. Most of the people I see just take selfies which I have never really done. Your photos have character, thank you for sharing.
That is such a nice comment to read! Thank you!
Lovely shots….you’ve definitely got the hand of that new camera 🙂
Thanks! I’ve gained a bit of knowledge with natural lighting shots. But inside? oh my my my … 🙂
Well done…love the rolls of hay! 🙂
Oh me too! I always want to stop to shoot them, no matter the season!
I love the barbed wire!!!!!
Thanks … barbed wire makes such a great photo subject.
Glad to see you are enjoying your new camera!
I am! Well, until I try to take candid indoor shots of friends! Patience, patience, patience …
these are just delicious, Laurie…an eyefull 🙂
Liana, it was a beautiful snowy day. Thanks!!
Well you know you are in the country when you see barb wire fencing….haven’t seen it for awhile.
You are so right, and we sure have alot of it in these parts!
I’m a big fan of hay bales and the snow really enhanced them. I used to work for the company that invented the round hay baler so I always smile when I see one 🙂 Of course, I was in their computer division LOL but they still make me smile!
Well, how cool is that? It’s quite fascinating to watch the process, and of course, these round hay bales are wonderful photography subjects!
I love the weathered bit of post. It probably looked exactly like that when it was put in place. Our grandparents were so thrifty about everyday life thru necessity. I’m always inspired by that.
If not for the fact that the bales are round and not square, your photo’s could easily be taken 50 years ago. The small nuances that blend the past with today make your photo’s really appealing.
That is such a neat perspective … I love that they bring remembrances of the past. So cool!