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I thought I’d show you the front view of the old cabin since I only shared the side view and lightning last week.
I made this after the sun had gone down, but there was still some light in the East.
You can sorta see the fireplace I told you about here, and you can see where the other ladies place lights in some cracks, the doorway and window sills. It came out really well I think…the light painting.
I hope you had a lovely week-end. We in the USA had a long week-end celebrating Labor Day. I spent the week-end with friends photographing the night sky, and the Wild Mustangs again.
I am once again behind with blogs, and emails, but I’ll catch up!
I hope you all have a lovely week.
Nikon D810| Nikkor 20mm f/1.8G| Lexar Digital Film| PS CC 2018
more to come…
26 thoughts on “Wild Wednesday 36/52 After Dark II”
Last week I was at a 4 day conference, so much computer time- so I’m with you – very behind in replies 🙂 love the light in your capture, giving it a mysterious glow!
Thank you so much Jesh! I’m still catching up. I hope you get caught faster than I am.
I’m still amazed at the inventive creativity of setting up the shot, Deborah. And the results are beautiful. Looking forward to whatever you do next! Hugs
Thank you so much Teagan! xx
I just love this photo, Deborah! There’s so much here. I believe you have outdone yourself. 🙂 And Dan is absolutely right!
I love the blues of an evening sky. It makes me wish I could bottle it 🙂
Beautiful shot, Deborah, with the hint of pinks in the setting sun.
I love these shots you’ve taken of the cabin. It has such a magical feeling with the soft glows.
This is beautiful! Love the light and the old cabin!
The lights inside make the cabin come to life which in turn brings forth the question of its history. Now, if only its walls could tell us all about its history. 🙂
That’s how I feel too Judy! All I know is what I was told by the Pack Team wrangler and cook- it’s about 150 years old, and once a rancher lived and worked his ranch there. There’s a lovely rock corral down the hill from the cabin. The pack team used it to hold our horses the night we camped down there. It’s actually a lovely spot with a real natural spring just feet away from the cabin.
Lovely picture. Very welcoming… even though the roof looks like it could fall in over your head 🙂
🙂 I was more worried about the floor boards, but it all worked out well for us and this fixer upper.
Lovely photo, Deborah.
Thank you so much John!
The light is wonderful, Deborah, both in the sky and inside the cabin. Just excellent!
It really is gorgeous. I appreciate a closer look 🙂
I’m glad you like it Joey!
Pictures like these make me feel comfortable.
Thank you so much Pit! I’m glad you like it, and feel how peaceful it was there.
That is a stunning image. I didn’t realize how big the cabin was. I’m not sure what the overall theme would be, but for some reason, I think this belongs on a (large) calendar or just blown up and hung on a wall in a quiet room.
Thank you so much Dan! Hum…maybe next time there’s a special at the print lab I use I’ll print it and see how it looks. I’ve never made a calendar, but have dreams of putting together a coffee table book that is until I look at the programs to make one, and am overwhelmed by the jargon, and templates. So, it’s still a dream. 😭
My daughter did two using Blurb – relatively straight-forward process. As of now, I’d put that photo on the cover.
That’s the company I’ve looked at. I have a few friends that have made coffee table books with them and their books are gorgeous.
Thanks so much for the encouragement and lovely comment!