Monday, June 25, 2007

Kallstrom Barn Dance II


It's hard to make the Kallstrom barns stop dancing. When I shot them last winter (see: http://rothphotos.blogspot.com/2007/04/processing-image.html ) they were dancing despite a noreaster blowing sleet and snow through the farmstead. No goats stepped out into that furiant; the barns danced alone. This week the tune was more bucolic, and here they blush in the warm evening sunlight. But it's the same dance then as now.

3 comments:

Ginnie said...

Wow, Ted. It's like they're falling all over themselves!

Moi said...

its like a pack of cards about to fall any minute....the goat seems to be be amused at being photographed!!!! and i love the evening sunlight..it illuminates all things around, so gently...

tooter said...

thanks for your comments, Ginny and Moi. Brent Kallstrom always comments on his crooked barns when I shoot from this angle. In truth, the barns are quite solid.

What is invisible from this angle is that one of the barns has a good solid layer of moss on the roof. It's a beautiful texture and I've been trying to figure out how to use it in an image.