Friday, November 23, 2012

Gated Entrance

Seven Months Later
Earlier this year I took part in a photo project called 5 Days. The idea was to shoot five photos of the same scene on five different days. I decided to shoot the tree lined avenue at the 200-year old Hammar estate in Tungelsta. One reason was that they were redoing the entrance by adding a gate as well as laying asphalt on the driveway (although they don't use it). That took some time to finish, but this is how it looks today.

10 comments:

黄清华 Wong Ching Wah said...

Peaceful surroundings

Tanya said...

what a cool concept!

Halcyon said...

I definitely like the idea for this project. Maybe I'll have to try something like that!

Sharon said...

It really is a beautiful entrance.

Lowell said...

A beautiful home...I like the symmetry of your photo!

Birdman said...

I like the composition here. Where are the other 4?

Stefan Jansson said...

You mean the other five. They can all be admired here.

PerthDailyPhoto said...

Ok Steffe you have to make it simpler pour moi being a technophobe. Like Birdman I want to see the other shots of this scene, but when I press the link you gave I can only see one other. I'd like to see them all merci beaucoup!

JM said...

The bare trees add much drama to the scene.

In answer to your question about the Bongo, its habitat is the dense jungle in Central Western Africa.

NixBlog said...

Very grand house!