Painting is just another way of keeping a diary ~Pablo Picasso

Saturday, January 26, 2013

Winter at the Ranch

The companion photo for yesterday's post: the same ranch from a different angle.  I like all the green in the one, but I'm not that thrilled with some of those partial trees in the front.  I wish I'd shot from a slightly different angle.  If I ever have I barn, I will definitely paint it red!!!  

(I'm just curious between today's and yesterday's photos which one people prefer.  I like yesterday's, but the rest of my family likes today's.)

4 comments:

brattcat said...

the two images capture two very different moods. yesterday's shot has sensuous curves and invites the eye deeper into the image but it's really all about the barn. today's puts humanity into perspective as the barn, instead of being the focal point, is dwarfed by its surroundings. because you cut the image off before we reach the top of the mountains you suggest the mountains continue higher and higher, making the barn (and the humans who use it) less and less significant. i like them both.

caregiver/Gin said...

I like them both. But I think this is my favorite.

Lynette said...

While there's nothing at all wrong about this photo, I agree with you one hundred percent about the leafless trees in front of the evergreens. And I also prefer yesterday's photo, very much so. Thanks!

Anonymous said...

the movement of yesterday's with the fence