Tuesday, April 18, 2017

Impulse Photography

Andy | Tuesday, April 18, 2017 | | Best Blogger Tips
Something that my mind and eyes said I had to photograph.  

24 comments:

  1. Good counselors that mind and eye of yours. Of all the barns that have been posted, this ones ranks with the best of them.

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  2. And I am glad you took the picture. I like the green color. There is a blue barn near here that catches my eye. Nice photo!

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  3. yes - this definitely begs photographing!! i don't generally like green but here it works. i like the golden landscape!!

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  4. Your mind and eyes were right! Fantastic image!

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  5. Great colors here and a nice subject to photograph. What can you wish more.

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  6. You are wise to listen, this is wonderful

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  7. What a great find, Andy. The wonderful old barn which you captured beautifully.

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  8. Do I see a hint of yellow paint shining through?

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  9. Great barn photo. The green color is unusual, but like most barns these days, it looks abandoned or unused.

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  10. I just love that color! Very un-traditional for a barn, but it works!

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  11. I don't think I've ever seen one quite that color... I'm glad you got it.

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  12. That's fantastic! Beautiful old barn!

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  13. your mind and eyes were right - it had to be photographed! nice one!

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  14. Did you know that according to the latest research your brain made the decision to photograph this place seconds before you became conscious of such a desire. In fact, you did not consciously decide to do it; that decision was made before you even thought about it...evidently "free will" has become something of an anachronism. Love the photo, though and I'm glad you put together such a great photo.

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  15. To me, this barn is just perfect. The age, the shape, the color....all of it.

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  16. Great impulse. Glad you gave in to it.

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  17. And a good decision it was. I don't know anyone with a camera who would have passed it by.

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