Barn and Yellow Tree

Barn and Yellow Tree

Barn and Yellow Tree – North Carolina, USA

 

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This scene was found walking along a dirt road in western North Carolina, an old barn flanked on the left by a golden-yellow tree and on the right by a red-orange sugar maple. It is the peak of autumn, the hills a climax of color.

Copyright 2015, O. Bisogno Scotti, All Rights Reserved

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Nikon N90S SLRAF NIKKOR 50mm f/1.8Dexposure: not recorded, Kodak E100SW Professional color transparency film, filter: Nikon L37C, program mode: Aperture Priority, M-up Mode, Manfrotto 3221 tripod with Manfrotto 3265 pistol grip ball head, Nikon MC-20 remote cable, Plustek OpticFilm 7600i Ai, 35 mm film scanner, LaserSoft Imaging SilverFast 8 scanner software.

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17 thoughts on “Barn and Yellow Tree

  1. CJ BANE & PEARL: Thanks for visiting Blog-Bisogno.com, and liking my image “Barn and Yellow Tree”.

    When you are in the right place at the right time, your feel chosen. It is as if you were destined to record the scene…and make it your own.

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  2. throughopenlens: Thanks for liking “Barn and Yellow Tree”.

    There are many rotting tobacco barns in the Carolinas. They lie in testament to better days for the tobacco industry. Once a year they are adorned with autumn leaves and come alive again.

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  3. What to see in Russia: Thanks for liking “Barn and Yellow Tree”.

    The color of the rusted metal on the front of this old barn is analogous to the autumn leaves. Analogous color is a common color scheme found in nature, but in this scene the hand of man has joined nature harmoniously.

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    • I find that the shades of yellow surrounding the barn is the perfect backdrop to enhance the weather beaten wood of the barn. Then to see the brightness of the colours of the equipment inside is startling when it appears that the barn is abandoned!

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      • Some of these old barns still serve a purpose as storage. A lot of them were made from felled trees when the land was cleared. I’m always dying to go inside and see what’s there, but don’t want to trespass.

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  4. Man of many thoughts: Thanks for liking “Barn and Yellow Tree”.

    I stayed true to Kodak color film when everyone else switched to Japanese film. I liked the Kodak color palette better, but It’s a moot point now that I have gone 100% digital.

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