Like I may have mentioned I was doing a new theme in the Palouse on the last trip and it was truck doors. Yesterday I shared one such door and today another. I like this one because of the color and texture as well as the position of the window crank and door handle. Shot with the Sony a7r iii and 100-400mm lens.
I spend a lot of my time looking for new and interesting images by framing things we see every day and putting a frame around them. On my trip to the Palouse last June, I spent a lot of time looking at abandoned things and especially cars and trucks. This image was taken through a driver’s side window of an old truck and then I did a little post-processing magic. I love the texture and that it takes a minute to figure out what you are looking at. I have a few more like this that I will publish soon.
As I have featured before Silo City in Buffalo, NY offers some great photo opportunities. This shot was made while I was wandering around outside of the facility. I found this purple door and a lot of junk covering it. I simply composed and shot. I then did some enhancements in post-processing to raise contrast and color and make the image a bit more striking.
Tuscany offers so much more than just rolling majestic landscapes. This image was made in a small barnyard. This latch must have been around for 100 or more years. It tells its own story. What story does it tell you?
As I have mentioned in my previous posts there are a lot of ruins in the San Miguel area. Not to far out of town are the ruins of an old silver mine. The building are amazing and I have made a series of great looking images there. This one is titled Door, Door Wall as that is what you see. Enjoy!
There is an oasis in the middle of Mexico known as San Miguel Allende. This a town that is hard to describe except that it has a charm that you don’t expect. It’s a great place for street photography as well as landscape photography. This is a shot made on the street of a doorway and a woman sitting in it.