Now it will miss the Today's Farm
It was your idea of the title...what made me think on it.
Nice use of isolation once again.
Thanks, Alex and Keith. And Keith--I took lots of shots ...
Hi Marilyn, I saw your temporary posting and therefore I chose this beautiful photo here to tell you nice to meet you. Greetings,
Very nice! I love the stone silo. It's a wonderful image of the midwest.
Thanks, Claudia and Ryan, and special thanks for your greetings, Claudia.
The variety in silos fascinates me, and I would like gradually to make a collection of photos. This is the only stone silo I've seen in this area.
Thanks, Bruce, for your comment.
The friend who took the now-B&W would be surprised at your comment. For that matter she'd be surprised at how the photo looks now! When she sent it to me, it was color and overexposed, and I hated it but I scanned it anyway. But the other day, when I took away the color, darkened it, and added contrast, I was quite surprised at the "me" I found there! (There was nothing to be done about the wild hair.)
Greetings Marilyn, A new member visited my collection and when I saw his postings I immediately thought of you. His name is Paul Martin Young and is the last person in my list. Give him a look. I think you will like some of what you see.
Thanks for letting me know, Rich. Yes, I like what I see there!
This is so beautiful. A STONE silo? I have never seen one before. It's Fabulous! What a gorgeous shot. Very well done!
Yes, a stone silo is unusual--another of the things I noticed last summer for the first time on a route we regularly take when we're at our Door County, Wisconsin, summer home. (Long, long ago, my grandparents owned the house we have; they had a cherry orchard nearby.) Then, each time we went that way, I tried to figure what time of day would be best. This was my choice.
Another good picture,
greetings from germany!
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