This cabin is near Preparation Canyon in the Loess Hills. I always loved it. They alway plant their crop with lighter green edge.
You're right, that is a very neat cabin. I like the second picture the best, the composition is much stronger and gives a sense of place and depth. The division in the green tones almost lends itself to the classic "S" curve format in a composition. If you ever want to shoot it again, try to get it early, or late in the day with lighting on the sides of the cabin to bring out some of the detail. With the sun a bit lower, you can retain the shades of green, but bring the cabin out of the shade.Greg
Great advice from Greg!!I love the shots.Nancy
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