Fog and Fence

Posted: June 28, 2012 in HDR, Nikon D40, Ohio

Places like this would have held almost zero interest for me before getting into photography. Farms, horses, fences, dirt, crops, etc… booooorrrring… But now, for whatever reason, things like this have a different appeal. Maybe it’s just a different perspective; picking out items of interest even out of seemingly uninteresting things… Or maybe it’s seeing the uniqueness in everything; which sounds pretty weird and possibly bewildering. But, if you think about it, every moment you experience in this life is truly unique. Every set of circumstances that brings the culmination of your experience to a head will never happen quite the same again. And that to me is why photography is so cool. You can photograph the same scene over and over through the years, and that scene changes every time.  

                Anyway, enough rambling… Here’s a shot from Walnut Creek, Ohio. I originally stopped to take some pictures of the horses in this field, but I was drawn, instead, to the fence row, and pastel colors in the sky. Do you like it?

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  1. Anonymous says:

    Love it!!!!!! Want to be there and feel the mist.

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