Tuesday, May 25

Finding something new each time...

Unfortunately, I live about 5 hours from Folkston, Georgia where this crossing sign (commonly called a cross-bucks) is located.

It is located on the grounds of the depot as part of the museum collection.

Everytime I'm there, I take at least one picture of it. That means I get pictures of it at dusk, dawn, middle of the day, and also in a variety of weather conditions.

Even in Black & White, it is amazing how the light can play against the crossing, how the shadow lies, or what difference the background sky and trees can make.

To some it might just be a crossing sign, but to me it is a small lesson in paying attention and becoming a better photographer.

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