Windows and a shadow

Ehpem and I continue our co-posting experiment, and it’s his day to write the post. Let’s see what’s he has to say…

The shadow in the first photo is Melinda’s and was cast while she was taking the photo below at Jordan River. Jordan River is a very small place beside the road from Victoria to Port Renfrew on the south west edge of Vancouver Island.

Beside the highway are some old buildings from a logging operation that was based here. I have photographed these buildings before and knew that Melinda would like them too. We poked around more than I had done before, and found a derelict house that was open, and you will see photos from inside it tomorrow.

I don’t know if the builder was anticipating flooding but foundations rising to the window sills seems a bit excessive. Don’t get me wrong, I’m not complaining. After all they provide nice grain for Melinda’s shadow.

Photos up next:
Ephem’s:
IMG_9670-Edit

Mine:
Jordan River Windows

You can see Ehpem’s post here, and the series here.

Jordan River, British Columbia
photographed 4.22.2015

Posted on May 18, 2015, in Photography and tagged , , , , , , , , , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 11 Comments.

  1. Wow, broken glass v. shadow – that’s a tough call. And two very different pictures.

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  2. These two photos couldn’t be farther apart from each other yet they each compliments the other. But now you have to change the name to “One Day Two Images.

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