Wednesday, June 10, 2009

U-Pick Strawberries


I decided to go literal for this challenge. Because....I LOVE SIGNS!!! I was in heaven driving/biking around today snapping away at old signs, funny signs and ones that I love for no reason at all. I ended up going with my favorite sign of all, the one at my favorite local farm announcing strawberry picking season. I take my wee ones every year and we pick until our fingers bleed...ok, ok, that may be a slight exaggeration ;)

50mm, f4, 1/500 sec, ISO 100, center weighted metering, WB cloudy

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10 comments:

Mindy said...

I love signs too, and though I'll be happy to see some "out of the box" pictures, I'd LOVE to see a bunch of signs! :)

I love this one!! The old truck (awesome!) the color, the feeling... GREAT job, Britt!

Teri said...

This is way cute, I loved this challenge too, I have taken so many pictures now it is going to be hard to pick just one. your's is adorable. Love it.

Candace said...

Love everything about this, Brittney, great job!

Katy said...

I feel like I'm always saying the word "LOVE" in my comments... especially yours... so I'll change it up a bit.

I ADORE this picture.

I am NUTS ABOUT the truck.

I FLIP for the sign.

I am SMITTEN with the soft color.

I am WILD ABOUT this whole entire concept.



oh, what the heck... I LOVE it!

Shelby said...

I love signs too, and really like when they are displayed uniquely like this truck... love the old time feel of it and the rustic colors.

susan said...

great signs, wonderful colors good photo all the way around

Blake said...

OHHH Yummy! Fantastic picuture!

Kristine N said...

Just going to join on the band wagon and say ditto to the comments above. It's a great shot of a fun subject.

princess jen said...

the retro truck is a great feel and the signs go well with it. Good job finding and photographing!

Janelle said...

Very quaint. I really like it. IT makes me want to actually go pick strawberries. I think that makes a truly excellent photo -- when it evokes a specific response from its viewers, other than just "wow, great job." (But great job, too!) :)