Friday, November 14, 2014

Back at the farm

Ye Old Farm Building Ye Old Farm Building
So back in September I showed you this old warehouse at the Välsta farm, and I informed you that many moons ago I had a photo project planned here, but that the old tree happened instead. Karl from Bolzano (a very wise man),said in a comment that a monthly series could work. Kay from Sequim ( a clever woman) figured that a photo every season would work. So I decided to shoot one photo per month, and here are the second and third photo from the new series. The misty shot is the November photo, taken this week. The one with a few leaves left dates back to the middle of October.

13 comments:

William Kendall said...

I like the contrast in the shots. It is a very good idea!

Jack said...

I like these. Two very different looks just one month apart.

Kay said...

Wow! These are spectacular shots! I especially like the misty one but both are truly gorgeous. I'm glad you're taking on this project!

Stefan Jansson said...

Probably because they are one month apart Jack.

Thanks William.

Lasse Jansson said...

Ett fint utsnitt att fotografera månadsvis.

Jag tycker bilden från november är riktigt toppen. Just för att det fullkomligen skriker grånovember om den. Du som fotar dagligen (?) får/tar bilder som många andra inte skulle ta, "vackert-väder-fotografering" är kul men inte alltid dokumentär eller vardagsbeskrivande.

Stefan Jansson said...

Allt väder (utom ösregn, då jag inte har en väderskyddad kamera) är fotoväder i min bok. Många fotografer ogillar ju en blå himmel mitt på dagen, men det har aldrig stoppat mig!

Karl Demetz said...

Wow, and how this works, Stefan!
Two (three) completely different scenes of the same place!
In nine months you can make a calendar with twelve perfect pictures.
And thank you that you have referred to me as a wise man, probably it would be better as a white man ;-)

Birdman said...

These are both beautiful in their own unique way. Love fog shots, but all that fall color...

Judy said...

Interesting how the seasons can change the entire look of the place. I will enjoy this series.

PerthDailyPhoto said...

It's a good idea Steffe.. in your neck of the wood the weather changes so drastically from one month to the next,so interesting to see the comparison.. here it's just sunny, sunny and .. sunny :)

jennyfreckles said...

Ohh, beautiful. LOVE the misty one. Yes, do this project please!

Stuart said...

Looks like a great project. I can't wait to see the full cycle.

VP said...

A subtle contrast between two amazing images: it looks like the colors are really fading away...