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Friday, October 24, 2014

The Weekend in Black and White: Mountain Farm Museum







We walked past the Mountain Farm Museum on our way to the Oconaluftee River Trail.

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I think I like the shot equally in black and white and color.

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22 comments:

HOOTIN ANNI said...

Like the color photo best. Really a unique area.

Loved your Smoky Mtn skies in your previous post too.

Anonymous said...

I go for the monochrome - very fine structures.

Jutta.K said...

Both recordings are well done.
Black and white
especially interesting !
Greetings from Germany

Prairie Jill said...

I agree - this shot works really well in both version. I have to admit to a slight preference for the colour image, though!

Dragonstar said...

Yes, I like them both. The black and white gives a nice feeling of age.

HansHB said...

Great post, I prefer the one in B&W!

anemonen said...

I like this feeling I got when I look into the photo. Great work.

Laura said...

Beautiful both ways!

chai-and-chardonnay.blogspot.com said...

I like them both! Looking at the little houses I cannot even start to imagine how hard a life it must have been.

Taken For Granted said...

Both versions of the photo are good, but I like the b&w on better. It has more character.

Monica said...

I think I like the B&W version best... the details and textures comes out so clearly!
:)

Christian WeiƟ said...

Great shots and an interesting place.

lorik said...

It is a place I would like to be and the black and white image is great!

Leovi said...

Wonderful work of art, especially in B & W!

sallie (fulltime-Life.com) said...

I like the color, but if you hadn't shown it I would have said that the B&W gives this photo a look of an art photo that was taken back when there only was B&W...

LonettA said...

My favorite is the B&W version! Great structures!

molly said...

I think the black and white brings out the structure of the trees against the sky

Mollyxxx

Anonymous said...

I think I prefer the B&W - the delicate branches stand out more.

lorik said...

I like them both very much - but the black and white is my favourite - i like the rustic quality feeling of nostalgia.

Robert Nicolaescu said...

Beautiful post.

Lucy Corrander : Photos said...

On this occasion I like the colour best - but it's interesting to compare.

Linda said...

Although both are lovely, the black and white stands out! Thanks so much for sharing.

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