Old Friends Revisited

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I wrote in the previous blog post about maybe revisiting these to grain bins over the course of the year. On my very next trip out I ended up not by plan but by accident at the end of the day near these two bins.

The light was fading rapidly as the sun was hiding behind the clouds low on the horizon. This was a grab shot more than something that I was counting on as a keeper. The result was a slightly underexposed image that made for a better low key image than a normal one.

What this demonstrates to me anyway is how variable a scene can be depending upon the light and the weather.

I will return. 🙂

Happy shooting,



~ by Dan Jurak on June 19, 2015.

3 Responses to “Old Friends Revisited”

  1. old friends are to be visited regularly
    you hide their age well

  2. Reblogged this on albertan culture.

  3. […] Originally posted on Dan Jurak's Alberta Landscape Photo Blog: […]

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