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Farm Scenes. July 1, 2012

Posted by littlebangtheory in Art and Nature, Love and Death.
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A horse grazes by a barn in Montague, MA:

An uncommon silo for these parts, made of concrete “boards:”

The tensioning bands made a cool pattern on the ridged and grooved surface:

I know that this is a less-than-inspired post, but I’m feeling pressed, both time-wise and financially, as  I focus my efforts on getting Ralph Munn Photography to meet my financial needs, and blogging has become a very secondary part of my time allocation (Facebook thinks I’m dead.)

This is not necessarily a bad thing; there are signs of progress on the photography front, which I may take to bragging about as they become more robust.

Meanwhile, thank you for your forbearance.  You’ve been a supportive e-family to me as I’ve delved ever deeper into photography as a means of expression (a prime example of which this post is decidedly not!)  I hope to do better by you in future posts.

 

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1. lisahgolden - July 1, 2012

This is your proving ground, your test area, the place where you learn and learn some more. I’m thrilled for you that your talent is to be recognized and remunerated!

2. littlebangtheory - July 2, 2012

Thanks, Lisa, me too, though I’m trying to not get too far out ahead of myself. I now refer to myself as a photographer, but supporting myself with that craft is still somewhere in my future.

3. Bob - July 2, 2012

What Lisa said. And, you’re doing just fine here.

4. susancrow - July 18, 2012

I’m always totally captivated by your work every time I visit. I hope someday soon you’ll meet the success you deserve.


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