We were really living on the edge that day. Or at least under the edge. Driving south-east along Ångermanälven we had the big rain on our left and an almost clear sky on our right for the whole day. Not a raindrop on us though but not to far away it rained 70 mm that day.
As we stopped for coffé in the little village Hälla, a typical group of houses arranged at a roadcross in a typical northern inland fashion we had this sky towards the north-east. I took a picture across the roadcross as we walked from our car to the little café.
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mirarer (4751) 2008-08-12 11:06
Great black and white work and very beautiful light and contrasts.
Tayon (1985) 2008-08-12 11:20
This a is a very beautiful and precise use of the B&W..
nice heavy clouds and great almost white walls in the house.
good sharpness and compsition..
mcenteesalas (1618) 2008-08-12 11:21
Wonderful shot of this house scene with a crispy clear perspective of this magnificient landscape, the light is just right too, truly magic, well done and keep up the good work, thanks for sharing, Salas
wautersw (3647) 2008-08-12 11:28
looks like a scene from a Hitchcock movie. Excellent B/W picture with great sharpness and contrast. TFS
Jeppe (18654) 2008-08-12 11:43
Long time no see ;-)
The B&W gives us a feeling of beeing "where crows turns around" ;-)
robiuk (10807) 2008-08-12 13:25
very calm image despite the dramatic heavy clouds in the
sky. Big house evokes shelter from either rain or empty
stomachs. I like the b/w conversion where the house seems
to have qualities of an infrared shot.
Interesting how the most of the length of the lamp post is
of a lighter colour than its top bit!?
molla (7129) 2008-08-12 14:18
A lot of blues in this picture, can't see if it's "Eternit" as material in the House. it has a certain mood over itand my thought goes to the fantastic Photographer Sune Johnssons and his series from the inland of Västerbotten.
claudeD (36628) 2008-08-21 11:17
very nice shot with much atmosphere.The angry sky is amazing.Very good fotojob.
With regards from Luxembourg