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SWAMP HOMESTEAD



An abandoned homestead is flooded out at Bruce's Beaver Pond Wetlands Conservation Area, north

An abandoned homestead is flooded out at Bruce's Beaver Pond Wetlands Conservation Area, north
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SmallTownKatt Aug 31
Thank you for joining my challenge, and good luck. Katt

Behind The Lens

Location
This photo was taken at Bruce's Beaver Pond Wetlands Conservation Area, along PTH. 5 north of Neepaw, MB. I took the shot from the shoulder of the highway.
Time
The shot was taken late afternoon.
Lighting
There was no thought given about lighting, as I was travelling and stopped to take the photo (I try to stop every time I go by).
Equipment
Shot hand-held with a Canon EOS Rebel T-3
Inspiration
I pass by this area several times a year and try to stop when I can. I have several shots of this house, taken at various times of day, documenting its collapse over the years. It is something that just caught my eye.
Editing
There is no post-processing done to the shot.
In my camera bag
A Canon EOS Rebel T-3 with a EFS 18-55mm lens, a EFS 55-250mm zoom lens, a Neewer 0.45X wide-angle macro lens, and one or more point and shoot cameras (currently a Polaroid iSO48 digital, a Canon ELPH180 digital, and a Ricoh RZ-750 film camera).
Feedback
Weather and lighting are not always at the best conditions for taking photos. I have sometimes gone back to a place when weather and/or lighting are better for taking a particular shot. Sometimes you just have to take what is given, and hope for the best.

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