As I was taking several photo’s of the blue sky and the pink magnolia blossoms, I lowered the camera ever so slightly for one shot to get the security fence behind the tree into the image. I liked the contrast of the barbed wire and the blossom (a cliché I know, but who can resist it?) and thought it suited being quite a dramatic image.
July 19, 2012
A contrast on a winters day…
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