4.17.2008

Project Looking Through. Take Two.

Looking Through
April 2008

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Hey everyone! Here is my second installment in the PLT. Mark has started this so make sure to check out his blog for details on how you can join in! I snapped this today while I was out shooting on some property for a client. I saw their old, run-down barns and couldn't keep my eyes off of them. I made my way through some VERY TALL critter infested grass to get this shot and LOTS of others. As I was capturing this tobacco barn I noticed I was looking through to the other side....I love unexpected surprises!

Have a good weekend everyone!

32 comments:

Lacey Lichi said...

Stunning as usual. Your shots have me thinking more and more about how I look at, and shoot things. Thank you!!

JunieRose2005 said...

I like the way that looks!


Junie

christy said...

I'm liking the rustic feeling of this shot!

I've posted something for Project Looking Through as well!

Stacy said...

Beautiful. It's got a comforting feel to it.

Robert said...

Critter infested grass, huh? Oh what we put ourselves through to get "the shot." Nice work. I didn't have to go outside for mine fortunately!

Karen C said...

Great shot!! Well worth the trek through the jungle. LOL!!!

jientje said...

Such a stunning picture! I love old barns, well anything old an rusty ... The things we do to get that perfect picture huh?

Mark said...

I'm glad you sacrificed for your art. This is interesting to me because the "looking through" part is only a small portion of the composition. It still draws the eye in. Good pic.

R&J said...

UUUHHH, this is something! I want to go through myself...because the texture of the trees there is so-oo soft and paradise-like...

timtim said...

Great shot! kind of reminds me of Judi's post http://gmjglovzoff.blogspot.com/. Not envying the critter infested grass though. Ick! But the result is a beautiful shot. Did you peek inside?

Alix said...

I love how you can see through to the other side. It's a really interesting shot.

eGandalf said...

Beautiful photo. Did you apply a soft-light effect or did the photo just come out that way? Either way it's gorgeous.

mishellelanephotography said...

These kinds of pictures, of old buildings, just get me in a way that no other can. Love it, Anna!

BeccaDink said...

I must agree with Lacey Lichi - stunning photo!! I love "majic" hour when all the colors just look so rich!

fishing guy said...

Anna: I love this shot, another creative photo. Your mind truly works in a photographic mode all the time.

Kerri said...

Fabulous Anna!

Anna said...

Very cool. I love the view of the trees through the barn.

CG said...

A very fortuitous shot :)

Carletta said...

I LOVE it!
I saw Mark's comment and agree - there is so much here that my eye catches and is drawn to.

JC said...

Everything about this shot is superb!

b13 said...

oh the stories I bet that old barn can tell...

JFargo said...

That's an absolutely awesome shot. I love the concept of Project Looking Through, and am glad that even though I'm having difficulty actually putting it into practice, I have your stunning shots to look at! :)

Rebecca said...

That's awesome!

Alice said...

I really like this shot Anna. The idea that you went to take the picture of the barn and then noticed you were "looking through" is awesome. Your grandma always liked pictures of old barns and I know she would have loved this one.

Moi said...

what a contrast from the last surroundings and yet "looking through".....barns are always so pretty and old barns prettier...beautiful shot :)

Debbie in NC said...

Excellent shot Anna and I'm glad you survived the adventure LOL Watch out for snakes next time!

Your photos are gorgeous!

chanpheng said...

Beautiful effect of the barn framing the background!

photowannabe said...

Oooo this is awesome. Love it Anna.

kenju said...

Anna, I love exploring places like that. You're lucky!!

Bunny Trails said...

Awesome shot! I'm enjoying your blog. You have a terrific eye for photography. :D

Cláudia said...

Beautiful shot, Ana. I am fond of country style! And suddenly a surprise!

Melli said...

I love old barns too... we have a LOT of them in our area! This is beautiful!

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