I love the way you left in that big “X” on the parking lot and the way it echoes the shape of that wind vane thingy on the roof. Very cool shot!
Thanks, Howard. There was a car parked in front of this building for the longest time. The car added nothing to the photo and I deleted them as soon as I got home. But I did wait long enough for the Corolla to leave and shot this just before I left myself. Patience is a virtue all photographers need to cultivate.
I agree: that x is vital. I see this is from the same shoot as the quonset hut photo—I should say the other quonset hut photo.
Thanks, Linda. You can see a little of the Quonset hut on the left and these photos were shot within minutes of each other. Alert readers might even notice the closeness of the file numbers in the captions, too. I use those numbers as a way of identifying published photos. I was thinking of doing a post on my MO on posting photos after processing is completed but I’m not sure if anyone would be interested. I would love to read about the process others use as well. I think I could learn from those folks I admire and respect.
Do the post! 😉 We’ll be interested…and this photo has the nicest tomes. A fifties look, to me, or maybe early sixties –
Thanks, Blue. I will start on a post (or posts) describing my process and maybe others will share, too. But it will have to wait until after next week when I attempt to recover from the holidays.
looks like movie settings… love it in bw…
Thanks, Alexandra> I worked on the color version for quite a while before I made this conversion. Please take my word for it, the black and white is better.
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