“Weekly Photo Challenge: INSIDE”   49 comments

A snapshot of a mysterious stranger inside a covered bridge in Kennebecasis, New Brunswick, Canada. 🙂


49 responses to ““Weekly Photo Challenge: INSIDE”

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  1. 🙂 I love it!

  2. Pingback: Weekly Photo Challenge: Inside « beyondpaisley

  3. Love the silhouette inside the covered bridge.
    This would be a good cover for a mystery novel.

  4. Lovely!

  5. Love it! Great shot! 🙂

  6. The black and white processing combined w/ the dark shadow and silhouette makes this very dramatic….very, very cool shot!

  7. A positive silhouette shape inside a negative silhouette – great composition!

  8. Good composition, and I like the mood of the shot

  9. Lovely – a great mood shot!

  10. Very cool! Love it!

  11. I have never shot a covered bridge in B&W, next time I will try it. Nice work.

  12. Very nice – love the monochrome + silhouette.

    Colleen E Gunderson Photography
  13. Such an interesting photo, I love it.

  14. I like it, a little mysterious.

  15. Beautiful black and white… I love it!

  16. I always love the dramatic effect from B&W. A captivating image here.

  17. Very mysterious shot, looks awesome in B&W!

  18. I love this shot… excellent. 😉

  19. Wow!

  20. Great image! I love these old covered bridges!

  21. Beautiful, and so dramatic!!!

  22. Great photos. Thanks for liking my Purple post!

  23. Great shot – totally agree with the comment above that this would make a great cover for a mystery novel or poster for a movie…maybe WordPress might want to use it as a challenge theme of writing a short story about it?

    Whether they are protected (legally) and preserved (physically) I think it’s important that we don’t take these old buildings for granted and keep photographing and recording them. My weekly drive to work is about 180km each way and I see lots of old buildings in various states. I always say to myself that I should stop and photograph them before the next storm, just in case, but I never (so far) get around to it. Heading south on Tuesday, saw someone doing exactly that which is a. generally good and b. might actually motivate me to get off my backside and do some snapping myself…

    • Thank you so much! I’ve been taking photos of old barns for the last couple of years and just within that short time, some of them no longer exist unfortunately. You might want to get out there before they disappear.

  24. This is a classic shot. Most photos of covered bridges are kind of bland; just the bridge in broad daylight. I’m glad you did this in exactly this way, especially seeing that this type of heritage architecture will eventually cease to exist in Eastern Canada and the Northeastern US.

    So good!

  25. that’s a very nice capture 🙂

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