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Camera Straight - Hay Barn Crooked

Posted by
Michael Rawluk (Williams Lake, BC, Canada) on 18 February 2009 in Architecture and Portfolio.

Canon EOS 5D 1/250 second F/7.1 ISO 100 105 mm

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Lynne's Somewhat Invented Life from United States

Crooked and made with Lincoln Logs.

18 Feb 2009 5:07am

sherri from Little Rock, Arkansas, United States

One wonders why it's still standing.

18 Feb 2009 5:41am

sherri from Little Rock, Arkansas, United States

...or rather...how it's still standing:-)

18 Feb 2009 5:42am

Alun Lambert from cheshire, United Kingdom

very goog shot, very simple, great lines and nice contrast

18 Feb 2009 6:35am

Stunner from Kingston, Jamaica

Nice B&W shot!

18 Feb 2009 7:20am

Craig from Vacaville, California, United States

I can just see the architect rolling his eyes and saying to himself, "Details, details". LOL Great shot Michael!

18 Feb 2009 9:45am

John Maslowski from Dallas,PA, United States

Interesting structure, looks like a strong wind would level this place. Excellent contrast with the snow and sky. Great composition that keeps the eye focused exactly on the main subject then you wander a bit to notice the entire scene.

18 Feb 2009 10:15am

Betty from New Jersey, United States

I'm amazed that the wind didn't take that hay barn down! :-) Really nice composition, Michael!

18 Feb 2009 10:52am

Laurie from New Jersey, United States

It is so amazing that the structure can stand against natures furies. Great find.

18 Feb 2009 2:09pm

Lorraine from Gatineau, Canada

Never doubted it dear Michael, I love this photo, it's gorgeous

18 Feb 2009 2:13pm

Jim Browning from Reece City, Alabama, United States

Yeah, I've days where I felt just like that barn. Great shot.

18 Feb 2009 3:41pm

Observing from West Cheshire, United Kingdom

I think it's only a matter of time..... I like this shot.

18 Feb 2009 3:54pm

dobbino from Cape Town, South Africa

I know - you were just trying to prevent another critical comments from me with your title! Ok - you're excused. Great and unusual photo.

18 Feb 2009 3:58pm

Will Williams from Bailey, United States

Not sure how much shelter that building would give in a storm ;) Great work!

18 Feb 2009 4:43pm

Diane Schuller from Hythe, Canada

the perspective is excellent, composition too. The black and white is right on. I had to really look and decipher at first before determining if that was a faded road/path or a contrail ... I see it's a contrail. Talk about adding great interest!

18 Feb 2009 5:35pm

rem_la from Villiers, France

c'est un peu bancal !

18 Feb 2009 7:12pm

vu@granby - Wolfgang from Granby, Québec, Canada

Must be a windy ridge there! :-)

18 Feb 2009 9:18pm

Steven from Chicagoland, United States

Nice B & W capture here. I love how the light shines through the many slots.

18 Feb 2009 9:56pm

amy from Nanaimo, BC, Canada

Perfect in the b/w Michael. Beautiful composition... simple at it's best.

19 Feb 2009 4:07am

Mindy from United States

That's a beauty. Reminds me of building houses as a kid from ice cream sticks.

19 Feb 2009 12:27pm

Canon EOS 5D
1/250 second
F/7.1
ISO 100
105 mm