august break 2014 – windows

August 18, 2014

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My neighbors have been clearing out an old farming field near my house; it is an area that I use many times for inspiration in my photographic work so when I saw they were clearing it, I panicked a little and wanted to capture it just as it has been for the past 10 years.

This is an image of a window in an old barn on the property. As I was out for my walk I noticed that the gate was open and went in to take a better look. I climbed over old tires, beat up car seats and wooden planks to come to the barn.

Just a little window in the barn almost closed by another plank but beckoning me to take its photo. I wonder what mysteries are inside waiting to be explored?

 

This month I am taking a break from my normal blogging practice and participating in Susannah Conway’s August Break 2014. You can find daily prompts over on her site and a series of photos by the participants at the hashtag: #augustbreak2014

Have a great Monday everyone!

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