November 4, 2011

Big Blue Silo

Blue Sky Over Kemland Farm in Volant, PA

13 comments:

Ms. Scrappy2U! said...

Hi Tami, it's Nedine. I just wanted to say that I think your photos are great! You have a wonderful eye and your pictures have very nice perspective. Thanks for sharing!

Saun said...

Yes we are neighbors I've been to PA several times. Your photo is gorgeous :) Have a great weekend

LadyD said...

Wow... such a beautiful perspective! I love the country. Thanks for today's visit. What a lovely blog you have.

Kim, USA said...

Oh yes it's blue and it's huge. I hope farmers has more harvest this year.SWF

Magical Mystical Teacher said...

Either that corn is very tall or the silos are very short! :)


CONUNDRUM

Imagine a world with no sky—
Through what would the geese and crows fly?
And where would bears go
If there were no snow
Falling to earth from on high?


© 2011 by Magical Mystical Teacher

Big Weed, Little Sky

Far Side of Fifty said...

Interesting perspective..lots of sky..I wonder what a city dweller would say if he was plucked out of a big city and into that corn field:)

ladyfi said...

Wonderful use of space! Love it.

Kaori said...

The composition is perfect! Beautiful photo. Hope you're having a great weekend :D

Firefly said...

This is a very unusual photo. The experts will probably say there is too much empty space at the top, but I love what you did with it. Thumbs up from me.

Tami Weingartner said...

Jonker.....Yes you are right. This was a tough one. I wanted to have the massive silos be dwarfed not only by the big blue of the sky but also by the cornfield it's self. I shot it several ways. I thought that this showed what I was trying to achieve the best....although not strictly 'proper'.

Tami Weingartner said...

Nedine!!!! Thank you so much for the lovely compliment.

Tami Weingartner said...

Saun, LadyD, Kim, MMT...Thank you!

Tami Weingartner said...

FarSide, Lady Fi, Kaori....Thank you. I struggled with this photo a little bit. I knew what I was aiming for...it just took me awhile to get far enough into the next field to shoot it. It was a nice hike though.