When I was on my tour round the various farms, I took photos of farm doors and windows with the idea of making a "composite", a "collage" some day, maybe. (I'm also still having the idea in my head of making a collage of just different half-timbered walls). Therefore I have quite many farm window pics. With these, however, I was lazy and did NOT resize them to a decent web size. So some may appear large, others small, depending on what Photobucket did to them (which is annoying, but the result of my laziness...). Again, some were taken digitally, others on film - those were later scanned from print. 1. Obviously older, taken when we had snow in February. Digital photo. 2. Window of the cow shed out of which the one friendly calf looked and beckoned me over to take its and its friend's picture (cf. http://www.thephotoforum.com/forum/showthread.php?t=20979) Scan from print 3. The angle of the sun made the brickwork really stand out that day (31 March) - and my "normal" camera brought this effect out better than the digital one. Scan from print 4. Scan from print (rectified, which unfortunately shows...) 5. Scan from print (rectified again, and again it shows - by the way, the German saying is in Flat German, so those of you who speak my language may not necessarily be able to read and understand this house blessing). 6. Scan from print. 7. Scan from print 8. Scan from print 9. Scan from print 10. Scan from print Looks like overall I've been happier with the results from my "normal" camera... Who could help me "build" a collage out of these? Or out of some of these?