North Idaho Photography :: Coeur d'Alene | Post Falls

Country Fence

Country Fence

Why did I take a photo of a fence?

A photograph of a dreary country farm and fence can be beautiful in a number of ways.

One reason why such a photograph might be beautiful is because of the contrast between the dark tones of the fence and the lighter tones of the sky and the farm. This contrast can create a sense of depth and dimensionality in the photograph. It might be beautiful because of the atmosphere it creates. The dreary, overcast sky and the barren, empty fields can give the photograph a sense of melancholy and solitude, evoking emotions in the viewer.

Additionally, the simplicity of the photograph, with its limited color palette and straightforward composition, can be aesthetically pleasing. The photograph’s straightforward composition can also draw the viewer’s eye to the details and textures of the farm and fence, which can be fascinating to look at.

Finally, the photograph may be beautiful because of the memories or emotions it evokes in the viewer. If the photograph is of a place that holds personal significance to the viewer, it can be emotionally powerful and beautiful in that way.

Overall, a dreary black and white photograph of a country farm and fence can be beautiful because of its contrast, atmosphere, simplicity, and emotional impact. So I took the shot.


Timothy Eberly

Photography is not only a passion of mine, it is a mission. I strive to capture the images that move me the most. Images that glorify the creator God. As a result, the subjects of my photos vary from time to time. I hope that the photos you see here help you in some way. I know they help me daily. God bless.