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Challenge: Childhood Without Children (Classic Editing)
Camera: Sony DSC-F707
Location: cow pasture
Date: Aug 25, 2002
Aperture: F3.5
ISO: 1/125"
Shutter: 100
Galleries: Humorous, Vintage
Date Uploaded: Aug 25, 2002

I found this old barn door where a girl scratched out Boys and took over the clubhouse it seems.

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Place: 11 out of 172
Avg (all users): 6.3944
Avg (commenters): 7.2917
Avg (participants): 6.3040
Avg (non-participants): 6.4841
Views since voting: 1515
Votes: 251
Comments: 24
Favorites: 2 (view)


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 Comments Made During the Challenge
09/01/2002 11:18:00 PM
Definitly one of my favorites this week! Very nice, excellent focus, and thoughtful framing. Good job!
09/01/2002 09:51:00 PM
This is an excellent photograph. I love this door and the "deadly" cracks me up!
09/01/2002 09:20:00 AM
Composition: Subject Placement, Cropping, Background7,
Technical: Focus, Exposure, Lighting, Processing7,
Challenge: Does your entry meet it?8,
Appeal: Is it Interesting, Motivating, Etc.? 7,
Total Averaged Rating7. Autool
08/31/2002 05:00:00 AM
Lovely colours on the wood - is that yellow really so yellow or has it been tweaked post-processing? Love the angle and detail - and the "Girl's Clubhouse" scrawl really does remind me of den's made and abandoned in childhood.
7, Kavey
08/30/2002 11:30:00 AM
Great subject choice and love the colours. Tells the whole story in this one picture. Well done. 8 - floyd
08/30/2002 10:58:00 AM
i like this, but the angle disorients me...makes me feel like im looking at a trap door. are ya keeping the girls in the cellar? i like the color and the old wood. good composition. (6) ~mcmurma
08/29/2002 05:36:00 PM
good subject, nicely angled, i like the yellow. meets challenge.
08/29/2002 10:50:00 AM
The angle here really bugs me. Maybe you relied on the scribbles too much. maybe I need to see the rickety old structure in all its glory?
08/29/2002 04:35:00 AM
I think it's a splendid shot. I love the yellow against the grey wood. Good luck. 8. marcvg
08/28/2002 11:11:00 PM
Ownership. What a great aspect of childhood to highlight. I just love how "boys" is scratched out and the girls took over. The detail in the door is great. The yellow aging adds interest. The angle is great, slightly upward the way a child might see it and tilted enough to add interest. Good job. 8, just-married
08/27/2002 11:04:00 PM
One of my top ten. This is just a fun, interesting shot. I like the texture and tilt.
08/27/2002 08:49:00 PM
this looks so set up. it's hard to believe you found this barn. no one ever writes on the door of a barn so it must be fake. even so, i like this photo :) just kidding, nice work! mag99
08/27/2002 05:26:00 PM
This is a great idea. I don't understand how and when the engravings on the plank may have been made. Quite recently, I'm afraid (just for the challenge?). Still, the picture makes one stand still and look back, diving into very old memories. I like it!
08/27/2002 04:09:00 PM
I liked this photo very much. Looks like it's been there awhile. The colors on the door are great, and the angle is perfect for "from a childs eyes" . The lighting was perfect for this shot. Was there some post editing to get the color on the left side of the door that way? Either way, it is very nice. Good luck in the challenge.
08/27/2002 03:09:00 PM
Thanks for the nice memories! I had my own all boys club, with the same kind of old wooden door... those were the days. This personally hits the spot for this week's challenge. Good luck!
08/27/2002 10:10:00 AM
Very nice shot. here I go again. Would love to see this in b&w. I know, I'm partial to b&w, but I really think this would be a wonderful b&w.
08/27/2002 07:44:00 AM
Nice texture, composition and idea. In my top five.
08/27/2002 02:19:00 AM
I like this one. I like the old look to the wood and the green stripe is really nice. Good job. 8.
08/26/2002 11:14:00 PM
Won't the boys have the ability to look the girls in by simply moving that little piece of wood to keep the door closed?
08/26/2002 05:11:00 PM
Girls rule! Reminds me of the fort my friend and I had growing up!
08/26/2002 02:16:00 PM
I love it: the yellow paint, the scratched out "boys." Excellent! This captures the energy of the age group.
08/26/2002 12:12:00 PM
As the president of the local chapter of the "He-man Woman Haters Club", I would like to file suit against the perpetrator of this slanderous, blasphemous, and otherwise chauvenistic and intentional display of sexual bias. WhuddEVah the intent is with this photo, noting good can come of the continued supression of the male in our urban society. We want equal pay and equal play :) So... shooowwwwww mmeeeeeee dddaaaaaa MONEY! :P - jmsetzler
08/26/2002 07:07:00 AM
I feel that if you left the door ajar somewhat, it may have added more interest to the photo. I don't know what I would have liked to see past the door - perhaps a slight glimpse of a toy. Overall, I like this photo.
08/26/2002 02:18:00 AM
Nice concept! Anybody remember the "He man woman hater's club"? :)


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