Tiles #2

This photo was taken at a bed and breakfast outside of Eugene.  It was a very rustic place with an interesting history and fantastic food.  The owner and proprietor was kind enough to give me free reign to walk around the property and I took full advantage.

With the shallow depth of field it's difficult to discern whether you are looking through the window or seeing a reflection, adding interesting framing to the character of the barn.

Reflections afford a lot of opportunity for creativity. It's fun to isolate the reflected objects in windows because it renders the window or mirror itself very soft.

The day was overcast and the lighting made it difficult to find interesting photos.  It's on days like these that getting creative and focusing on details can deliver much more interesting results.