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British Columbia - Room at the Inn
British Columbia - Room at the Inn

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Camera: Canon EOS-30D
Lens: Sigma 17-35mm f/2.8-4.0 EX DG Aspherical HSM for Canon
Location: British Columbia
Date: Oct 5, 2006
Galleries: Landscape, Architecture
Date Uploaded: Oct 8, 2006

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05/03/2007 09:50:23 AM
Turner/Constable foreground (beautiful texture). Tedious top third. Odd-looking building doesn't reward closer examination.
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05/02/2007 09:51:25 PM
Amazing colors and composition but I really don't like the border/frame (it cheapens the image and really takes away from the impact).
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11/18/2006 07:23:20 AM
stunning! (but not the frame)
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11/18/2006 02:18:31 AM
I like this, but the border seems somewhat cheap. Avoid "cheap" borders.
Love the golds.
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10/15/2006 01:08:48 PM
I really adore this. I love shots where you are down on the ground looking up and over a landscape scene. The grass' texture and color is soothing and you can almost sense a slight breeze as they blow in the wind. The building in the background helps ground the shot and gives us a focal point upon which to rest our eyes. SOOOOO nice. Oh, I just realized it's you, Linda. We'll you go girl. Outstanding shot.
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10/15/2006 12:00:24 PM
Hey Pugs...Is it hard to get reservations at that place. Nice shot. I hear that BC is beautiful. I'd like to hear about and see more pictures of the trip to AK.
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10/14/2006 11:58:47 PM
This is a good genre piece (the genre being landscape, of course). The grass is lush and golden. The barn is not run of the mill (so to speak)... quite a fascinating shape and color to it, and the second "storey" is so different than the first. I like how the tree leans up against it so intimately. For me the main interest of the photo lies in wondering about this building. Is it still being used? How much? What condition is it in? The saplings/bushes in the left foreground break up what would otherwise be a too simple composition, and provide a diagonal counterpoint to the main item of interest. The sky has great clouds. Personally, I like to be "woken up" from the dream of genre. In other words, I like a genre to be subverted, even if only in a small way. This doesn't do that, but working within the genre it manages to maintain quite a bit of interest anyway. As to your title, it adds Biblical undertones, and I find it rather sad, because I don't think there are any animals being tended here any more, if there ever were. So there's not even a manger for baby Jesus. I wonder if this is meant as a tourism ad, but that mention of infamous Biblical inhospitality might work against it.
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