Sunday, September 28, 2014

Then this happened

Just after turning left toward Ronda on my meandering way to Gaucin I caught a glimpse of an abandoned farm. I know what you’re thinking. Here we go again with another decaying and decrepit something or other. And you don’t mean me.

I drove on as I am prone to do when I’m nearing the barn when the new and better me prevailed and I actually turned around and went back. In a light drizzle with threatening skies the rotting old hacienda was pretty charismatic. Here’s what I first saw followed by the old abode shot through my rain pelted windshield. File this one under the distinctive image you find after you have the “money shot” in the can.


The more inventive second image expresses what I felt in that moment.



Daryl A. Black said...

Common thoughts and threads in your blog this week and mine. Surprises abound and, with luck, we find them and seize the photographic opportunities. What a wonderful barn near Ronda. Both the "money shot" and the rain image say so much. Congratulations on turning around!

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