Rural Utah

Nikon F100, Nikon 100 f/2.8G VR, Kodak Ektar 100. Rural Utah near Junction, UT. September 2009.

Posted by KBA on Tue, 09/22/09 11:24
[ Back to Index | Home | Previous Image | Next Image ]

Comments by Jeff Dye on Tue, 09/22/09 12:40

I got off I-15 several years ago and took back roads to Salt Lake. The world seemed very
uncrowded as I slowly made my way north stopping frequently for photo ops. This is
excellent. Great weather and I like the grove of trees that break up the expanse of flat
ground leading to the base of the mts.

Comments by Jan Bjorklund on Tue, 09/22/09 13:56

The positioning of the wooden shed, the grove of trees and the distant mountains allow the eyes of the viewer to leap through the image. The contrast between the near autumnal toning of the grassland and the purple hues of the mountains and the sense of texturing that comes through from the wooden structure helps to enhance the visual impact of the picture, for me.

Comments by Kara Williams on Tue, 09/22/09 18:56

Very pleasant. Excellent in every way. The layers of colours and textures and the delapatating shed all make for a great visual.

Comments by S Roter on Tue, 09/22/09 20:48

Wonderful color, pastel like, and the texture on the shed is in vivid detail.

Comments by Bolo Yoshitake on Wed, 09/23/09 13:46

What a beathtaking scene!!!! Much more than's fantastic. The
composition is great.

Comments by jim slusser on Tue, 10/06/09 19:16

You have used the "rule of thirds" beautifully in the placement of the cabin and also the horizon. The trees in the background give a very nice feeling of depth to the photo.