Thursday, July 19, 2012

Weathered Black Plank






37 comments:

Carole M. said...

lovely captures from the same point with differing photographic elements

Meggie said...

Great presentation...and, as always, outstanding photos!

Linda said...

What marvelous composition! Fence and wildlife - a perfect combination! I love the different field of focus in the shots! Great photos as always!

Pam :) said...

The deer and birds are keeping their eye on you too.
Nice captures, Brian.

Beth said...

now my silly questions is ... are the bird & deer watching you? or are you watching them both? ha. ha!! silly mind i have. such great views. we see deer all the time. lately not so much. i wonder if it is to warm for the... so they are hiding in the shade? (:

Buttons said...

Oh Brian these are great shots. B

Mary Howell Cromer said...

Brian, this looks like it could be my lane and since we both live in KY, we do have wonderful nature finds here, yes! Lovely shares~

Sharon M said...

haha my dog stares at people the same way as the deer in the third photo! Nice series.

Lisa @ Two Bears Farm said...

I feel like these are telling a story! Love it!

Karen @ away for the weekend said...

Truly, truly beautiful!

Lindsjö taxar said...

Great pictures of the fence with different animals with it. The deeer looks very nice, didnt she have some fawn with her?

Amy Burzese said...

And wildlife too! You always get those sharp bird eyes. I realize after seeing your photos how scary bird's eyes can be.

ArtMuseDog and Carol said...

Fantastic photography ~ wonderful post ~~ thanks, ^_^ (A Creative Harbor)

Nancy Claeys said...

A fantastic idea for a theme -- I may have to steal, er, I mean borrow!

Jan n Jer said...

Great pics...love looking through the fence!

barbara l. hale said...

Fantastic pics! I love the second one of the bird on the fence.

TexWisGirl said...

really great series (and i mean that!) :)

the doe is gorgeous, but my favorite is the sweet little kingbird.

Dina said...

Love the perspective of the fence, with the deer behind it and the bird on top.

Andee said...

Great pictures Brian. What type of bird is in your second picture? As always your photography is always inspiring. After visiting here I always want to run out and take some pictures.

Gail Dixon (Louisiana Belle) said...

Lots of action happening around that fence! Great shots as usual! The shallow depth behind the birds are amazing.

joanne said...

nice rural captures...

Grandma Barb's This and That said...

Great photos, Brian. I love the last one of the deer!

Rohrerbot said...

Love the theme here! You take some excellent photos...I love the deer especially.

Tricia Hays said...

be vewy vewy qwiet, i'm huntin deew! LoL!

Beautiful! =)

Shaun_ShutterBug said...

Love the DOF you got on that little bird Brian. Crystal clear aswell.
Have a good weekend
Shaun

Kim, USA said...

It's been awhile I have not seen a deer. Love these shots it's very clear!

Kim,USA

Rose said...

These are wonderful shots! I think the second is my favorite!

Island Rambles Blog said...

lovely country photos, love the birds and deer.

Terri Buster said...

Great shots Brian- I like them all!

Elaine said...

Really wonderful photographs.

Tanya said...

gosh, you should seriously be a photog for nat geo!

Marie said...

Your fence and your wildlife are so awesome! What a perfect post to have both in the same shot!

edenhills said...

Beautiful shots! Nice to see so much wildlife.

W. Latane Barton said...

Great pictures. love the deer behind the fence... that way it won't run out and crash into your car.

Ida said...

Delightful shots here. That Deer was certainly keeping a watchful eye on your. I love seeing Deer in the wild. Great shots of the birds as well on that wonderful fence.

Faye said...

Loved the way you changed focus in each photo. Sometimes the fence and its texture was the star, other photos it was the wildlife. Taken together makes an interesting show.

Thought of you and your photography today when watching a favorite program on KET--Travels to the Edge with photographer Art Wolfe. Ever see it? Today he was in Japan capturing the cranes--just beautiful.

Liz said...

More stunning images, Brian! Lovely wildlife shots.