This Week’s Instagram

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Once a week I will show one of my photos captured and/or processed with Instagram over the last week. It’s a way for me to show photography that usually is quite different from my regular work. The pictures are displayed without any comments, hoping they will stand on their own. But I still very much appreciate any comments you may have.

39 thoughts on “This Week’s Instagram

  1. Rough landscape, it’s hard to believe that someone really wanted to build a house and actually live there. Must be good fishig area :)) But it also looks a bit abandoned.

    Have a great day!
    Tinna ✐

    1. It’s both a rough and a beautiful landscape. I could spend much time, but living in such a place is a different matter. Thank you for your nice words, Tinna. May you have a great day, as well.

  2. It’s a wonderful rendering of what we would call a fish camp — a place to bring you catch for processing, and, in season, to stay overnight or for some days, while the fish are running. It does look like a working place — things like the wheelbarrow add to that sense. But I’m surprised not to see some nets about. Perhaps it’s off-season.

  3. Love you put that house at that position in the picture. The trash, wheel barrow and the fence are great components leading the eyes to the house. I am not sure you did this on purpose or not, the reddish flare at the bottom right corner is a great effect that goes on notch of rustic texture.

  4. The isolation and rugged landscape, the contrast of man made items against the terrain all make for a great story picture.

    1. I always try to make a photo not completely linear and easy to read. If there is some mystery or some left for the imagination, it always makes for a better photo. Thank you for your comment, Linda.

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