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Just a little shed with broken windows, on a friend's property in West Virginia. Power lines cloned out.
Great shot. like the patterns from the broken windows...Well done...Sandy
A bit of a pane when you have to replace that many glass panels Roger - well done........Bill
Not much I can add, except to say that the treatment you gave to the background really adds an air of mystery to the shot. Quite spooky.
Quote: The treatment you gave to the background really adds an air of mystery to the shot. Quite spooky.
Sad its been vandalised, but it makes a very interesting image Roger
Love what you've done to the background! Plus the off-centre palcement - I'm seeing so many more pictures in this too. Vandalism is sad and stupid but I have to say this is a great find.
Interesting treatment for this...
So sad looking !!! But a great shot Roger, your eye seems to catch an intersting shape about anywhere!!
I like the way you've shot this and the texture and feel you've given it. I swear, Roger, only you could make broken windows so interesting to look at.
A shame about the broken windows... But he patterns left behind are great.
you did a wonderful job on this image..
looks great Roger, well done
Great texture and amazing background. Really a super shot - including the broken windows.
p.s. Thank you for your kindness!!
Super work out of a mindless act - Jude.
This looks beautiful - though it is vandalism. The window has some lovely paterns, It would make a great abstract on its own.
So you get it as well, a disease of the times I'm afraid. A nicely exposed shot though.
Thanks for the comment, the farm was quite large, and was composed of all the land shown in the pictures, plus a couple of other pastures, for sheep and cattle. There were 7 sheepdogs, the others were out working somewhere, at the time.
Agree with brownsilent about the patterns. Love the shot.
I love the way you have presented this Roger..I agree with Jo..the broken windows add to the whole image.
Your ability to make vandalism into art is just amazing.
Well spotted Roger.... Great shot
For me, a close up of the window would have better effect
Especially as it has a great, weathered, natural frame.
Well seen Roger . I am surprised there are still vandals about in such a sparsely inhabited area Roger, or am I thinking of Australia as a picture book image ? xx
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