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2019—Light from a Window

One of the abandoned cabins in Cades Cove in the Great Smoky Mountains sheltered us from a rain storm for an hour or so one morning. The cabin was dark, with only two windows, one on each end with a stone chimney in the middle separating them. The sky was dark and the cabin was surrounded by trees so there was very little light inside. What light there was from the window intrigued us with its dim reflection on the wooden floor. I took the shot in black and white to emphasize the moodiness of the setting. Nikon Z7, Nikkor 24-70 f/2.8 S.

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