Found you on the USA Artist News DAILY 1 discussion thread. The house is intriguing, I can see why you wanted to capture it. Lovely layout. V.
Thanks Terry, appreciate it.
This is beautiful William!! f/v
#20 V! Love the colors, composition and feel to it. The stippling of grasses in the foreground make it so interesting! Nice!
Thanks very much Debbie! Appreciate your kind comments. You made me take another look at it myself!
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Thanks Joan, thanks Joan; ) Me too, me too; )
Alan and Marcia Socolik
nice landscape, too bad they are building a shed on it. v
Thanks Alan. When I look at old pictures of familiar locales I often think the same thing.
This is indeed a beautiful picture and a small thumbnail does not do it justice until one blows it up! voted
Thank you Mukta! Glad you blew it up; )
dbl v16, great the first time, still like it. :).
Bob, thanks and thanks again!
A BEAUTIFUL SCENIC SHOT! LES (F/V)
Thanks very much Les!
Beautiful scene. v
Thank you Kim
William, once again you have scored with a beautiful image.v.
Thanks Bob, most kind
too bad about the new barn....you have a lovely 'historic' photo now. V
Thanks Joan, always finding the bright side; )
NIce shot and nice story. I admire your spirit. So many times I have given up on photos because there was no place to stop. I am glad you persisted. v/f
Thanks Jean! Had an even hairier experience tonight. I had crossed some railroad tracks to take a picture down by the river. While I was shooting, a train came along. I was trapped between the tracks and the water and it was a very long freight carrying coal. It was pretty intimidating and frightening.
Lovely scene! v
Thanks Kate, and not without a little blood, sweat and tears in the getting of it. I've had this one in my mind for some time, but could never find a safe place to park the car so I could take the picture. There's virtually no shoulder there and the bank drops off pretty dramatically. I finally got tired of driving by and not getting the image so I parked as near as I could and hiked back to this spot. The old brick farm house (clay house) is, for me, an important aspect of the image. I don't think it would work without it.