I am trying to get a set of fog images and fog shrouded landscapes seem as delicate and fragile to represent as the landscapes themselves.
Al and I were riding out in the country near Newberry, SC. The countryside is amazing in the fall with perfect light and great color.A bonus was when the engineer stopped to chat with us.
Yesterday we rode around and found a few old barns and an old mill which we photographed before they disappear.
Last week Al and I rode around and found Beechwood Farms. It is intriguing during the fallow time with bare trees and resting fields.The black and white image has an interesting feel to it and the color has delicious winter colors.
The first two images are from a wander with Al. The horse and sheep are fun to look at. The pine cone and needles seems to me to be an interesting subject which is challenging to get just so and I am not sure I got it. The leaf on the forest floor is from a wander I took with Alice so as to escape staring at my monitor all day.
This is first of a few blogs from a drive through the countryside where we found an old farm. I love the old buildings and the sheets hanging on the line tells us that someone is still living there.
The afternoon light in the fall on a blue sky day is so pure for me and makes great shadows.It helps capture the landscape and buildings.