evening [43/52]

I took a few predictable sunset shots this week, and quickly grew bored with them.

So I decided to practice my night photography skills (sadly lacking!) and thought that one of the laneways downtown was pretty interesting subject matter …

1st Street Laundry  No Loitering

No horse blankets. LOL!

I converted those two to black and white and gave them a bit of a old film look. I’m really loving the old film style lately. Not sure why, or when it will pass, but I’m liking it for the time being. It’s not for everybody so don’t worry about hurting my feelings ;)

Now this … omg I’m in love with this place …

evening glow

The barn really IS that red and must’ve been painted this year, it’s so rich. The evening sun on it’s face just made it that much more vibrant.

I absolutely MUST get back there this winter. That red against the crisp white snow? yummy :)

Put it on my list. heh.


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  • Barbara S.
    Posted at 22:26h, 30 October Reply

    These are all great! I think you have that night photography down pretty good, now, and I love all barns, but that one is divine!

    • janice
      Posted at 19:01h, 01 November Reply

      It’s tricky, that night stuff! ;)

  • Laurie
    Posted at 21:36h, 06 November Reply

    Wow! That barn is beautiful. Can’t wait to see your winter shot. I love black & white night photography. I’ve done a little in the past with film. Hoping to do some this winter.

    • janice
      Posted at 19:31h, 08 November Reply

      Won’t it look amazing in the white snow?
      Something to look forward to in the middle of icky winter ;)

  • Bari
    Posted at 19:25h, 08 November Reply

    Evening? Uh oh…did I miss one?

    • janice
      Posted at 19:30h, 08 November Reply

      LOL! I guess you did! Was the week before Halloween ;)

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