Saturday, 29 September 2007

The Red Shed.


I really do like some of the rural scenes in NZ, especially where there are red barns involved.

7 comments:

Stephen Renico said...

I know I've said this before, but pictures like these make my heart ache for retirement and a life back in the countryside.

gecko said...

Me too Stephen, I'm looking forward to no neighbours, no idiots sceaming around in their noisey cars.......

MK said...

Isolation, freedom.. peace and quiet.. if you drive around in the city it feels like your stuck in a cage. bloody queues everywhere you turn. ok i'll stop grumbling now.

W. E. Messamore said...

...I think you should get a CafePress store and sell calendars featuring your artwork, as well as framed prints and posters. You could make some change on the side and get your photography out there on people's walls.

gecko said...

mk, never stop grumbling! We are quite fortuneate here that we don't have to drive far for these scenes, and the peace and quiet.

w.e. Thank you! I will certainly have a look at it, and then try and decide what prices. I sold my first photo a couple of weeks ago, not enough to retire on, but a start!

W. E. Messamore said...

Even the mighty Mississippi is just a collection of streams which are themselves a collection of little trickles. Little trickles can grow into mighty rivers! And for your sake and definitely for the sake of your work, I certainly hope your trickle swells into a river.

gecko said...

So beautifully written w.e.! and a big thank you. I am looking into "Cafepress" at present.
I'll email you shortly :)