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My original b/w posting attracted little attention. So I went back to my ddr and tried a color rendition this time. So... does this work better?

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Yet another Montana farmhouse abandoned to time and the elements.

Because of the forest fires that were burning in the mountains, the sky had a nasty gray cast on this day. Part of my reason for posting these old house pictures in b/w. It was near high noon and quite hot, the light so harsh that the images taken seem to me to have an "in the oven" sort of feel; so with the long lense used, it's possible to see the heat waves coming off the land. I'm not suree if sharpening has helped or hurt, but here's the result.

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