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Dee’s House

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This house belonged to my grandparent’s farm foreman, Dee Love, who was a powerful figure in my childhood memory. He taught me lots about the natural world and took me with him in the farm wagon to plow, run the molasses mill, carry corn to the gristmill. If I can ever see daylight on the house project I’m in, I want to take Dee’s house on next.
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Love the history lessons from your youth minniev.....maybe try and enhance the house a bit (think light) to make it more the focus of the image

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Psjunkie wrote:
Wed Sep 12, 2018 10:42 pm
Love the history lessons from your youth minniev.....maybe try and enhance the house a bit (think light) to make it more the focus of the image
Agree. A close up of the house on this misty morning would have been great.
As it is the house as an element is too small and lost in the trees.
This where you get a sleeping bag. Stay all week in the forest to get that one shot.. :D
Have fun;
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minniev wrote:
Wed Sep 12, 2018 9:36 pm
This house belonged to my grandparent’s farm foreman, Dee Love, who was a powerful figure in my childhood memory. He taught me lots about the natural world and took me with him in the farm wagon to plow, run the molasses mill, carry corn to the gristmill. If I can ever see daylight on the house project I’m in, I want to take Dee’s house on next.
I'm curious about the psychology of how you presented the house in context to the memories you have for it. S-
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