There was an error in this gadget

Saturday, August 22, 2009

Sometimes less is better in a photo than more.

Pretty simple image...a barn and an old tree but I think that the only two focal points in this image ties them together...each struggling to outlast the other. Both have seen their better days. One created by created by God. I would guess that there used to be a grove of trees like this one...the barn is probably created from the local wood.

Have a relaxing Sunday.



Sunny said...

I think the one created by God, will be here a bit longer than the one created by man.
Lovely picture, terrific barn.
Sunny :)

tricia said...

You can't ever miss with trees and barns. I agree that sometimes less is better. Very pretty photo.

Jaime Haney aka ArtsyFartsy.Me said...

this is awesome. it looks almost 3d. you have a fantastic eye.

oh and we are in the same area. I live just outside of New Harmony. I found you through etsy first, I think I recognized some of the places you took your shots :)

septembermom said...

Dan, there is a poet in you. I'm sure of it :) Happy Sunday!

Dan Felstead said... far the wonders that God has made...have long outlived those of man.


Dan Felstead said...

Tricia...I was so tempted to post a closeup of the barn...but wanted to include the interesting tree.


Dan Felstead said...

Jaime!!! We are neighbors so to speak...I say I live in Evansville so folks can find it on a map but I actually live in St. Phillips! (To the readers of the blog...St. Phillips is a small community just outside of Evansville.)

Welcome to the blog...I think you are the first "local" person to stop by!


Dan Felstead said... poet in poetry ends up sounding like a recipe for bean soup! I don't have the talent for putting words in rhyme or short and concise...unlike you and your talent for poetry.


~She Poet~ said...

I agree less is more. This photo speaks volumes. Although the barn was made by man's hands it was orchestrated by God using His materials. They both have character and will last. Who will win, only One knows. Nice reflective piece. I have to catch up with your postings.

Thanks for stopping by. You had me laughing at your comment. As you can tell I don't get out much :)

Dan Felstead said...

Pura...I was laughing as well after I left the comment but your poem was rather intense!...Good but intense. That is what I like about your often explodes with descriptive language.


Heather said...

LOVE that bright blue in the sky. That's my favorite color :)

I really like the simplicity of this shot.

Blog Admin said...

Wow! Always good to stop by here and relax my mind. Keep up the excellent work!

Dan Felstead said...

Thanks Constantin....after your daily need a rest now and then!