Sunday, June 14, 2009

Silo
Taken at a farm in Dover Plains NY

Stone Barns
Pocantico Hills' Stone Barns at Rockefeller State Park.
This photo was one of 2 that was published in a new book call "Walkable Westchester",
a guide to trails throughout Westchester County.

grain storage
Storage area for grain at Muscoot Farms.

Sorrento
An old flour mill in Sorrento Italy, there is a tower..;)
The unedited(all green) can be seen in my Italy album.
I Photoshoped this one.

18 comments:

Paula said...

Incredible! Each and every one of them. My favorite has to be the shot with the fence. Love the angle. Thank you for taking us along on your journeys!

dibear said...

Loved them all especially the perspective of #2, the fence leads us to the silos. :) And the B&W is lovely as well.

Far Side of Fifty said...

Marie, They are all wonderful, I do so enjoy your photos. A great variety you have, the black and white sets a very nostalgic scene. :)

Martha said...

These are all excellent Marie! I can't decide which is my favorite. Great job!

Holly said...

way way interesting!

Steffie said...

Wow, these are really great pictures.
Love the black and white one. The second shot had has a great compo with the lines of the gates while in the third the light is great. Then the last one has this lovely atmosphere. Beautiful!

Ed said...

Very nice pix, the B&W is great... :-)

Regular Guy said...

All of the shots are great. I like that interior shot, very good use of light.

thecrazysheeplady said...

These are all fabulous!

VioletSky said...

The light in the inside shot is very nice. And the B&W is beautiful with the light and dark colour changing on the silo and barn.

threecollie said...

EVery one of them is nice and very interesting.

flowerweaver said...

Each one has its own beauty and quality! Great work!

zulluzoe said...

Love all of your images! A wonderfully diverse collection.

Laughing Orca Ranch said...

Lovely selections and photos. You've got a great eye!

~Lisa

Kelly said...

Wow! Very beautiful!

KrIsSy said...

Love the photos. The last one is my fav :)

Welcome To Wilmoth Farms said...

Those photos are both interseting, and beautiful, my favorite ones so far...very good!

Clyde said...

Now, this is what I call a Black & White ! Not gray and gray. There are several methods of converting a color image to monochrome if the original wasn't shot that way. You have achieved great tonal range and separation however you did it. Can you tell I don't like muddy photos? ps. Loved the other images as well.