Sunday, January 11, 2009

Fence. Shadows, Snow/ Monochrome Maniacs

Cedar split-rail fence along a country road


To find other maniacs crazy about monochromes, visit Aileni at http://aileni-calonyddaear1.blogspot.com

31 comments:

BJ Roan said...

Lots of interesting lines and angles. Beautiful shot.

Driver said...

Love these more "Classic" monochorme-type shots. They force your eye to form and texture without the distraction of color. Nice!

Aileni said...

Your pictures are a credit to the theme. This is a beaut.
The 3Cliff pic was taken from the top of a ridge.

Babooshka said...

Gorgeous light and shadow interplay across he snow. I have missed not having snow to take these images

starnitesky said...

Beautiful shadows and great contrasts.

Louise said...

Splendid shadows!

Small City Scenes said...

Good eye!!! I love the trees and the fence. MB

Poetikat said...

I've come to your blog through Quiet Paths. I'm no photographer (just play around with a digital), but I do appreciate good photography and yours is stunning!
I'm in K-W, Ontario. My husband was born in Van
Dorf and raised in Willowdale.

I see you like cats too - I have 4 of them.

I'll be back soon.

Kat

Salty said...

Lovely shot! Great contrast, B&W really works well here.

gmj said...

Wonderful!!!

Ice Pony Goddess said...

Beautiful shades!

Julie said...

Stunning. I love those types of fence.

Neal said...

Beautiful shot. Serene and peaceful looking.

Outhouse Capital of Canada said...

Nice picture with the sun shining through the trees. I like the old barn pic you posted the other day.

kden said...

This photo would make a beautiful card. All of your photos are very exquisite.

PERBS said...

A variety of things to look at and discover through your photo today! I have a fascination with fences that have snow on them. . . in fact, my post today is of such a fence. Drop by and see it!


There's depth in your photo with the forrest and the snowdrifts but also with the angle of the rails for the fence. . . the shadows make an interesting diversion and the snow gathered on each rail is fascinating to me, a snow lover!

Greyscale Territory said...

These shadows and vertical tree lines look brilliant in monochrome!

Catherine said...

What a perfect shot for the Monochrome. I love the opposition of the lines and the perspective of the shadow of the threes

Dirk said...

Enjoyed your lovely shots again. Great quality!

RuneE said...

Spot on!

see you there! said...

Something, somehow, makes me think of an abstract painting.

Once again you've mastered the monochrome theme.

Darla

WillThink4Wine said...

Love the shadows. This shot could be straight out of my childhood. Our yard had a split-rail fence and backed up to the woods.

Diane said...

I could study this picture all day. Past, present and future represented here... hope and despair... loneliness mixed with warm memories. Excellent subject; great shot.

Daryl said...

Beautifully icy cold looking .. and yet the sun shines even in Mono!

Carver said...

Beautiful shot and so perfect in monochrome.

Susie of Arabia said...

That picture is beautiful - it looks professional.

Babooshka said...

I am so envious of all the lovely monos in snow I am seeing It does have a puzzle feel

Rose said...

That is a very lovely shot!

Sara Chapman in Seattle said...

This is a very fine photograph. One of these days I may try a monochrome myself. Very inspiring. You can frame this one.

dot said...

This is a beauty of a shot!!

Leedra said...

I like this one too. We don't have snow, just extra cold this year, for our area.

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