- Sep 13, 2007
- Northern VA suburb of Washington, DC
I drove to this area about 20 minutes from our rented vacation home to photograph the fields of corn. The fence and its shadows made far better subjects.
I like that we don't know what they lead to. When I captured the image, it showed what the lines lead to. Leaving it up to the imagination makes the image more appealing to me. Also, when showing what the lines lead to, other items are included in the scene that make it less attractive.I am not crazy about the first one. The lines lead to whatever in the distance.
I tried it. When displaying the image on its own, it really doesn't matter to me whether the lines lead from right to left or left to right. However, when displaying all three shadow images together as a triptych in the order shown above, I like the flipped version a lot better because the two outer images then "point" toward the center image.Try flipping the first image horizontally.