Kansas City, Missouri
Ready for the snowball sign. best...jerry
1 Dec 2008 6:09am
I see they sold out before you got there Grant. That is always my luck too. I really like this one.
1 Dec 2008 6:19am
Sold out and gone home. Its the hint that once humans where here that I like. Have they fled suddenly? have they not been back for some time. That's quite a precarious structure too. A great shot as ever.
1 Dec 2008 6:50am
Is that hay bales behind it? The trees make a great backdrop here.
1 Dec 2008 8:40am
No more corn, but a lot of bales :) I love those bare tree branches in the background. Nice shot Grant.
1 Dec 2008 9:19am
What a story of seasonal passage. Like the spareness both in the natural setting and in the shed as well, all together combining to breathe the passage of fall.
1 Dec 2008 10:30am
@GJC: thanks gjc
Fine shot with excellent light. Nice is-as-it-is picture. Well done.
1 Dec 2008 1:52pm
Hrm, think I missed a name change while I was traveling? Nice shot, rather sad, expresses the change of season well.
1 Dec 2008 1:55pm
@Stovepipe: thanks. and, i just figured out how to change it - didn't really think things through when signing up.
I like the small table under the stand. I like shades of posts ! Is it in the morning? In every place do you photography they are frequently nobody but the photo look alive !
1 Dec 2008 2:43pm
@Annie Viguié: thanks annie. this is actually late afternoon, but long past the season for selling corn.
I like the emptiness of this image, even though the sign suggests something different. The end of a season in great tones!
1 Dec 2008 3:12pm
The larger structure covering a much smaller similar structure is somehow poignant. The larger and stronger protecting the smaller and weaker of its kind. Anyway that is the first thing that came to my mind. I love it when inanimate objects can visually suggest the attributes of the living.
1 Dec 2008 3:33pm
This has sort of a haunting surreal look that really transcends the subject --hyper-realistic. Are you doing something special in your processing or is it just a straight flimic representation of the environment and evening light?
1 Dec 2008 3:34pm
@Twelvebit: nothing special - don't know enough about chemistry or ps for that...
A fine shot of this stand in the off-season. I can relate since I used to sell watermelon by the side of the road when I was a kid.
1 Dec 2008 4:02pm
@don: really? sounds like a great job, at least for a while.
I like the tonal range the scenery and the shadows
1 Dec 2008 5:08pm
Seems odd to see it standing there unused.
1 Dec 2008 5:09pm
I like the sense that time doesn't stand still, the sign of last seasons sales still stands in opposition to the empty shelter. Very nice work.
1 Dec 2008 8:58pm
Sadly empty. No matter what the season..the corn stand stands!!!! Nice image.
1 Dec 2008 10:37pm
Really fine, Grant. Though I still find myself in denial that summer is actually over. Pass the butter, please...
2 Dec 2008 12:40am
@Stephen Phillips: thanks stephen, and i'm in the same denial - despite overwhelming evidence of winter.
the corn may be all gone foe the season, but the hay bales are plentiful behind it, superb capture
2 Dec 2008 3:38am
Looks like the harvest is over for the year :) Together with the bare trees and stall, I get a sense of emptiness.
2 Dec 2008 5:55am
No push processing then, or other development tricks?
3 Dec 2008 12:11am
@Twelvebit: no, as basic as it gets i think
I like this. Someone has provided fresh veggies:-)
3 Dec 2008 5:25am
@Rachael: your kind i place i guess, too bad it's out of season.
I love your lost places.
3 Dec 2008 2:56pm
@Lucca: thank you lucca
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