Thats one mighty shed- certainly more substantial than my humble wooden affair. What I'm drawn to here is the odd arrangement of stones in the wall left of centre. What are they? Nice shot by the way.
3 Apr 2008 5:28am
@Rhys: Thanks, Rhys. It looks like the builder didn't have appropriate large stones and fitted a mixture of smaller stones in certain places.
Great shot Michael. Is that a door or a window?
3 Apr 2008 5:55am
@Ken: Thanks, Ken. it's a door.
This masonry looks pretty solid. No storm will blow the shed apart.
3 Apr 2008 6:10am
@givethemhell: You're right. It has stood there for a long time. Thanks, Eva.
Nice shot from interesting place . Great . . .
3 Apr 2008 6:20am
@Saeed: thank you, Saeed.
I like the sun rays on the grass with that glow. Nice one!
@Behrooz Sangani: Thank you. I'm glad you noticed that.
Look's like a lot of history here. Nice sharp image and I like the hint of sunlight across the grass.
3 Apr 2008 6:34am
@Mike: yes, these are old places in our village. Not many left. thanks, Mike.
Lovely framing and detail. I really Like it!
3 Apr 2008 6:47am
@pLusOne: Many thanks, P1.
Really neat combination of different textures and colors.
3 Apr 2008 7:51am
@e.: Thank you, e. I appreciate that.
Just beautiful, lots of color and texture to move the eyes around! Excellent composition too, well done!
3 Apr 2008 8:03am
@Ina: Thank you, Ina. I appreciate your interesting comment.
Very beautiful… a nice composition.
3 Apr 2008 8:07am
@Ana Lúcia: Thank you, Ana Lúcia.
a very nice composed shot
3 Apr 2008 8:30am
@alun lambert: Thank you, Alun.
Wow... That's nice, love the lightings and the look of the shed makes it look so unique!
3 Apr 2008 9:03am
@Koushiro~光子郎: They are unique because they are handmade and there are very few left. Thank you, Koushiro.
great shot and light
3 Apr 2008 9:12am
@Teresa Durães: Thank you, Teresa.
Very nice composition! Incredible stonework, beautiful.
3 Apr 2008 9:56am
@Betty: Thank you, Betty.
Wow, a massive one! Slovakian style? Ours are usually made of wood... ;-)
3 Apr 2008 10:00am
@MadScientist: There is a lot of stone near the village. Thank you, MS.
What a great picture. The subject, the compo and the light are fantastic. Bravo Michael.
3 Apr 2008 10:48am
@Suzanne Labbé: Your comment is generous. Thank you, Suzanne.
I just love the character of old buildings. So unique in their construction. Lovely and dynamic range of tones. Bravo!
3 Apr 2008 11:41am
@Tracey: Thank you, Tracey. So many of these sheds and barns have already disappeared!
Great structure....I love the green and yellow and how the sun is dancing off of it.
3 Apr 2008 12:20pm
@MJ: Thank you, MJ. I'm happy you noticed that.
You show us here...ONCE MORE.... what a good eye you have for composition! This is a beauty! The eye lingers on the stones and would be tempted to open that door. The touch of moss is delightful! I really like the presentation!
3 Apr 2008 12:22pm
@Japanalia: Thank you, Gabriela. You are very generous in your comment.
A beautiful shot, Michale. You've composed the shot beautifully. Love that dappled sunlight in the foreground.
3 Apr 2008 12:35pm
@Ron: Thank you, Ron. I appreciate that.
like how the old stones are arranged and the wood window hatch.
3 Apr 2008 12:49pm
@alex centrella: Thank you, Alex.
Very good detail of this old shed. It reminds me of this photo....
3 Apr 2008 1:18pm
@vu@granby - Wolfgang: Thank you, Wolfgang. I'm impressed with your memory!
Quel trésor se cache derrière cette porte?
3 Apr 2008 2:21pm
@TILALA: Oui. Merci, Marie.
A shed? Such a simple word to call this magical structure, inside are surely potions to change the weather :)
3 Apr 2008 2:31pm
@Lorraine: Very poetical, Lorraine. Many thanks.
Great shot, i love the colors and mood.
3 Apr 2008 2:35pm
@dillonpic: Thanks so much.
This is the kind of photo I like to shoot. So I can only like yours.
3 Apr 2008 2:56pm
@Calusarus: Thank you. These kind of structures are very photogenic.
A nice rustic composition
3 Apr 2008 3:18pm
@Peter Miller: Thank you, Peter.
That is some fine stone work. It must give a great feeling to know that what you built could stand for centuries.
3 Apr 2008 3:57pm
@Michael Rawluk: I agree. Thank you, Michael.
A beautiful scene. I love the greens.
3 Apr 2008 4:22pm
@Oswegan: Thank you, Oswegan.
Like the rustic look of that stone wall! Nice shot.
3 Apr 2008 4:27pm
@Stunner: Thank you, Stunner.
Nive place, composition and colors
3 Apr 2008 4:48pm
@yiannis krikis: Thank you, Yiannis.
love the rustic scenes. nice shot michael
3 Apr 2008 5:14pm
@isabel: Thank you, Isabel.
nice shot! nice composition and textures. i like how the light is coming through on the ground too.
3 Apr 2008 5:28pm
@danthro: Thank you very much.
Beautiful and intriguing composition. What's behind this door?
3 Apr 2008 8:10pm
@standley: I don't know. Probably hay! Thank you, Standley.
My kind of shot! Well framed, great details... really fantastic!
3 Apr 2008 8:18pm
@amy: Thanks so much, Amy.
Interesting textures.. the place looks neglected though. what is it actually? Congrats on reaching 100, by the way..
4 Apr 2008 2:47am
@Nishana Minhaz: Thank you. It's a place where farmers keep hay and tools.
4 Apr 2008 3:54am
@Rags: Thank you, Rags.
i like your previous close-up, more original than this one
4 Apr 2008 4:00am
@vera: Thank you, Vera.
7 Apr 2008 1:55am
@Elisa: Many thanks, Elisa.
not only the subject and composition but also the color range on this one makes it really really pleasant.
23 Jul 2008 9:33pm
@taffer: thank you so much, Taffer.
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