Saturday, September 15, 2012

Ghost Town In Snow

16 comments:

DeanO said...

I like it...where are all the people? That's a joke

Jan said...

Stephen, It sure does look like a ghost town and cold! Love the architecture! Neat photo! My new blog (besides my art blog) that I started today will have some photos too.

Gigi Ann said...

Your snow pictures are all fantastic and beautiful. We had a lot of snow here in Iowa also. I am holed up in My Reading Corner reading a good book, munching on goodies.

Anna said...

Seems like a lots of snow on the side there. Coincidently we have snow storm here too in Toronto, Canada area. Anna :)

Franz said...

Great photography! To paint!

Ciao!!!

Holly_D said...

There is something eerily beautiful about this.

Alan said...

Great photo, but it does look cold!

Lily Riani said...

i like the angle

JT said...

Great photos. I like to see photos of snow but I don't like the cold.

Montanagirl said...

I like this. Actually, I was just cruising through all your posts below - very nice!

PhotoVigor said...

Yeah, what wrong with this? Where are the people? Is it real?

Victor Errington said...

Beautiful Photography Stephen. Thanks for being a follower of mine. Now I am a follower of yours. All the best stephen.
Vic.
P.S. Stephen do you allow Artist`s to use your photography as subject matter? Please let me know? Thank you.

sim only deals said...

your post was good i like this picture

Bruce Sherman said...

Hi there Nikon Sniper!... Great "sniper fire coverage" for the storm activity in your Midwest area!

Like the personal commentary that accompany your excellent visuals. Not much dfference between our approaches to life or our common philosophy... just in our choice of... "weapons!HAHA!!

Thanks for your visit to my site!By the looks of your Follower list ... you do a LOT of shootin'!

Stay warm and Good Hunting!
Warm regards,
Bruce Sherman

Elisabeth Hirsch said...

beautiful!

Stephen Baird said...

victor!
by all means ... use any photos on this blog for art. i am only flattered you may find some worthy of that.
i would like you to send me a photo of what you do with the photo. i am always fascinated by what others see and how they translate that to another form of art.
God bless.
nikonsniper steve