Mather Field (CA), Rusted Door, Broken Panes, Monochrome

ISO100, 55, f/11, 1/8 sec
Mather Field, Rancho Cordova, CA

Perfectly intersecting straight lines make me happy, but this was almost an instance of having too much of a good thing.  At one point, the two doors were perfectly lined up with the resulting effect of appearing as one.  That line-up made me cringe just a bit.  So what you see in this composition is the slight offset of the doors.

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EXIF data: Nikon D7000, center weighted metering mode, ISO 100, 55mm, f/11, 1/8 sec

Mather Field (CA), Rusted Door, Broken Panes, Monochrome. Rancho Cordova, California. August 30, 2013. © Copyright Steven Tze – all rights reserved.

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4 thoughts on “Mather Field (CA), Rusted Door, Broken Panes, Monochrome

    1. I definitely was conscious of including the foreground grass/wheat/whatever it is(!) in the composition. The sunlit yellow is a needed contrast to the shadow of the building but it also leads to and through the door. The missing glass creates an effect that make it appear as though there is a pathway on the other side.

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