I spent a few hours at The White Silo today, making myself available to anyone who might have had questions about the work Susan, Marc and I have on display. White Silo is a winery/gallery in Shermann where we have displayed our prints for sale about this time of year for several years. I think this will be my last showing there-the rewards don’t offset the expenditure of money and effort. At first they did, but not the last couple of times. Oh well.
Anyway, while I was there a storm front moved in from the west, looking mean, the leaves on the trees turning over the way they do. This old barn that sits right across the road has obviously weathered a storm or two, the three lightning rods on the roof evidently work.
Olympus OMD EM1 with 40-150mm f2.8 zoom, processed in PS CS4 and Snapseed.