Two Sheds

Two Sheds, Sicily 5/03/2018

Two Sheds, Villa Dafne Agritorismo, Sicily 5/03/2018

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Two farm sheds in a sea of green, one a 500 year old ruin and the other its 100 year old replacement. The evening before brought brooding storm clouds followed by clashes of lightning and torrential rain. This image is the morning view from Villa Dafne Agritorismo situated just below the town of Alia, Sicily. The rain had stopped and the sun was preparing to peek through the clouds…click!

Copyright 2018, O. Bisogno Scotti, All Rights Reserved

Nikon D810 DSLR Nikkor AF Zoom-NIKKOR f/2.8 80-200mm, exposure:  f/8.0, 1/60 sec, ISO 64,  WB: Auto, exposure program: Manual, shutter: Mup mode, Vello RS-N1II wired remote switch, Induro Stealth CLT203 carbon fiber tripod, Induro PHQ1 Panhead, 32-bit HDR image, capture date and time: 5/03/2018, 9:23 am, post processing: Adobe Bridge, Adobe Camera RAW, Photoshop CC 2017

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4 thoughts on “Two Sheds

  1. I love your image Two Sheds. To leave the 400 year old shed in ruins in place rather than hauling off those rocks…we just don’t do that here. And that the other shed is only 100 years just shows how they build things to last. No built in obsolescence there.

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  2. I’m afraid you may be right. Considering that the US, as we know it, has a history of only 242 years, well, that’s a blink of an eye in time. All things considered, it might not take that long to at all to be completely dismantle and scatter to the winds…George Orwell appears to be correct.

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