The landscape part of the color version had me thinking of Wyeth and I liked that, but the drama and blue of the sky seemed to sweep me out of Wyeth land. Were the sky handled more mutedly and in keeping with the feelings the land was giving me, it would have been a more organic experience. "Is there lens distortion in the cabin? I feel like there may be as my eye travels to the right side of the cabin."—samstevens I'm fascinated by various kinds of distortion and unfamiliar enough with the properties of various lenses and what might be more natural in an old cabin from a particular angle that I thought I'd ask. I was not annoyed, irritated, or worried about it. Bill Brandt in photography and Matisse in painting sure knew how expressive it could be to distort a figure. Likewise Michelangelo. I have no immediate references for building distortion at hand. I'm thinking there have to be and will be looking out for them.