This picture is for Dave, who still likes the classic way of creating photographs. He has raised some very interesting issues regarding the new directions in photography. Concerns I share with him and will discuss with him further. So here a classic B&W image of an old 1959 Chevrolet Apache, which looks as if it has not moved since the early sixties.Hope you like this image Dave.
When we were in Prince Edward County, we made a quick visit to the Sandbanks Provincial Park. I had never been to this park before and I certainly will be returning to the area agin for a more extensive picture taking trip.
Driving into the town of Picton, we noticed a large store which sold exterior and interior decorative furniture like iron fences, large wooden tables and a variety of strange sculptures. It is quite a big establishment with several buildings again filled with pottery, ceramic and wooden sculptures. For a photographer it definitely is a unique place and a visual goldmine. The various objects on display are not of great artistic quality but a source for some very interesting images.
After walking back from the restaurant at the hotel we were staying, I found this old little birdhouse in a corner of the hotel garden. I took a few pictures and here is the final result. I have to say I always enjoy this type of funky subjects.