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TimothyJinx

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My wife and I visited Historic Locust Grove today, a Louisville historical site. Welcome to Locust Grove in Louisville, Kentucky. Learn about early Kentucky History and Life

Here is a workbench in an old shed I thought was interesting.

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Nice .. I love the light and the detail in the wood/shelves. Great job capturing the "age", IMO.
 

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Nice. Terrific lighting and detail, and the placement of the window is good. If this were video this would be the establishing shot before zooming in for closer detail shots. The latter, imo, would be more interesting, but I know not everyone feels that way.
 
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...zooming in for closer detail shots. The latter, imo, would be more interesting, but I know not everyone feels that way.

Thanks Ken - I completely agree. I love close, detail shots. I sometimes get criticism for shooting faces too tightly but that's what feels right to me. I plan to go back and get some tighter shots using my 70-200. You can't actually go into the building - you can only step inside the door so composition can be a challenge.
 

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