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Inside out
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Inside out


Exposure Date: 2008:03:11 10:25:22;
Make: Leica Camera AG;
Model: M8 Digital Camera;
Exposure Time: 1/360.1008282319049 seconds s;
ISOSpeedRatings: ISO 160;
ExposureProgram: Other;
ExposureBiasValue: 0
MeteringMode: Other;
Flash: Flash did not fire, auto mode;
FocalLength: 0.0 mm mm;
Software: Adobe Photoshop Elements 6.0 Macintosh;


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Unretouched image, except for lighting levels adjustment. Our winter snowstorms may

originate outside but their winds can do magical things to an old shed, even when its

doors are closed.

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Outstanding image, remarkably lit and of superb composition, wishing you all of the best.

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Thanks for your comment, Museeb. Actually it was far from the coldest day, but clearing out the old shed of its snow after having forgotten to close the doors did take a while.

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Awesome image...Very unique  shot...I feel your dismay and surprise of realizing that the door got left open  and that there is a big mess to clean up :/


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Thanks, Lisa. Yes, I fogot to shut it, but this old shed (c1880s) is next on our list of restoration, which will also attempt to patch the many holes in the structure which also let in the outside at inconvenient times. We just finished restoring a neighbouring 1780s wooden coach shed, so I may be shovelling snow for another year or two until finances allow.  Now that I remember, the doors were actually shut during the snowstorm, but the open gaps and the wind created the snow sculptures you see.

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One of many beautiful, quiet images that most might not even take a moment to notice. The subtle colors work well, as do the clapboards (shingles) seen through the window.  This isn't just an exercise in graphics.

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We live in a wonderful world which can often surprise us.  The shingles speak also of winter, as they are on the farmhouse northeast end and cover the whole wall (only a very small window higher up on the gable), to protect the structure from the nortrheast winds that predominate during the cold period.  I was lucky to see the picture and last Christmas the local artist's group wanted to use this one on their annual greetings card. Not a big deal, but like your critique, it gives a good reason to keep viewing and photographing our local small world.


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