Weathered Shadows

Black And White Photography, Photography
Weathered clapboards with peeling paint and two paned windows.

Nikon D90, 18-200mm f/3.5-5.6 lens, extended to 48mm, 1/160 sec @ f/11, ISO 200

Weathered. Echoing with music … and footsteps of aspiring dancers.
Abandoned. Housing only shadows of times long past.

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24 thoughts on “Weathered Shadows

  1. Can I just say I can’t believe I haven’t responded to all you wonderful comments and it’s September 10!! I’m trying to play catchup today, visiting everyone’s past posts and leaving my comments, only to come across my own where I haven’t responded. Yikes! I’m leaving this general reply but am going to individually address each and every one of you 🙂

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  2. Nostalgic! Beautiful B&W photo Stacy. Love the play of vertical and diagonal lines and the geometrical shapes they produce. A separated chapter is the magnificent quote; really wonderful thought, which, I think, deserves another shot from inside the house. Congrats again!

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  3. Stacy, I cannot tell you how often I have pulled out the camera to catch the sight of shadows on the walls of houses, cabins, barns. What is it about that?
    This is great! A success for sure!

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  4. Your photographic voice? I’m still looking for mine but viewing my archives, it seems that I’ve fallen into a niche. Maybe that’s the way to do it, fall into it. Take shots of what interests you. Like this image. Great b & w. I’m guessing there wouldn’t be much difference if posted in color. Those seem to be the best shots to convert!

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    1. Thanks for your thoughts, Emilio. I see alot of diversity in my archives, but then again, I’ve just begun to take photography more seriously. I have to remember that it’s the journey, not the destination, and to simply take my time. Eventually it’s bound to become clearer 😉 As for this photo, you’re right. The building was painted white!

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