Congratulations on another fine finish LC!
Congratulations!!! Nice job!
My number 2 for the week. Very well done.
thanks CALI for your return and votes!
Back to vote for framing and color balance. Good luck.
thanks all for your kind and constructive comments and boosts!
Like the shot, the framing of one fence with the other.. Great job.
There are a couple of shots that are head and shoulders above all the rest....this is one of them.
Back for another vote... nice job!
I like the way you shot/framed this. maybe a little to much sharpening followed by additional noise reduction can cause the somewhat pasty texture along edges like in the grass and make the purple fringing, (a lens issue), on the tumbleweed worse, as well as contrast boosts, so you might want to be careful about how much you apply in post. Overall well done, good eye.
Like how you played with geometric figures and also the texture of the wood. voted
Back to vote. I just zoomed in on this and almost fell out of my chair!! (I guess I hadn't zoomed on this before) The clarity and color just popped out at me! Fantastic!
way to GO slr, you got IT!
I like the composition, colors, clarity of this very much. You did a great job with it. Its fun to zoom in on and find things like a fairly fresh cow pie (hope you didn't step in it), a surveying marker that I can't figure out because this isn't a corner of a quarter section or anything like that, and some gas field evaporation ponds. Also interesting to see how old the fences are. Wood doesn't deteriorate too fast in such dry climates. So THEN is when cows were the primary land use and NOW is when evaporation ponds are? Nice.
love the composition and warm tones. using the one fence as a frame really adds focal weight to the other fence. great job!
This is unusual and interesting composition, I love it! Love the colors too!
This is on eof the best this week for me howeveer there are lots of great shots but all do not have the clarity of this one vote
thanks Ale_inad and MCP.
Really sharp detail, especially when you zoom in. might have cropped it differently but then would have to see the original. Almost expecting to see a horse come bounding along at any moment! Voted!!
interesting choice of your station point
great shot such great detail when zoomed in a typicall western fence but with amazing detail. Vote later
thank you krazykat.
Love it! Voted
thank you all very much.
The crop, composition and texture are right on, one of my favs this week. vote
I love the rustic look!
I agree with all the previous good comments, really like the colour and lighting voted
many thanks for the comments.
Really well presented, great idea and lovely colour, back later in week to vote
This is one of my favorites! How clever that you positioned yourself to get the framing of the fence behind the main subject! The sky and wheat colored ground show the lonliness of this place. Great shot!
nice colors and framing I have a shot of a windmill framed with fence posts. voted.
This "frame within a frame" is really nice! Even more impressive when zoomed in. Very nice colors, lighting, textures, and just enough detail in the clouds to set the scene. At first the tumbleweed at the top seemed distracting but when zoomed in it was obvious that it needed to be there. I'll be curious to see who this belongs to!
I really like this alot. I like the textures you picked upclose and the DOF you have for this lonly ranch in big territory. It is a very interesting photo to look at with out a lot of colors. And that is good to do.
I love the framing of this and the diagonal board provides a great focal point to lead my eye around to the various points like the stray tumbleweed to the horizon then back to the weathered wood of foreground. Good job submitter. Early vote 4u.
I love everything about this photo, the tumbling tumble weeds, sky, space and I think the diagonal rail makes a unique frame for e fence in the distance. I agree with Michael-s, Good capture!
Dang! You folks out west get some fantastic landscapes and skies! Hard to compete with! I do love the detail caught in the foreground fence, but two things I'm not completely sure about and look forward to other's comments: first is the diagonal rail being a distraction. I would also like to see a little more of the foreground at the base of the fence, but that is very minor. Good capture!