A couple of years ago, I drove the Fandango Pass road east to west. This was one of the main routes that easterners used to reach the gold country in the 1850’s. As one of my ancestors had come this way, I wanted to see what it was like. Parts of it were steep, some scenic, and some just surprising like this image.
When I came around a bend near the end of the pass, I came upon this barn. It was black … like evil black. I stopped and took photos. When I got home and started to process the images, the photo didn’t look at all like what I saw. It just looked like an old barn. It’s has taken me, on and off, two years to get the image to appear like what I saw.
Yes, the two big birds on the roof peak are Canada Geese.
This is a beautiful classic!