Falls of Discovery

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Real Estate Agent with ECO-Steward Realty

waterfall in greyscale Falls of Discovery

Photo:J.T.Narrin

One of the perks of previewing subject properties for clients has to be the unexpected discoveries.

Obscured from the scrutiny of the ordinary observer, the spectacle. Hidden falls. Silhouetted horse shapes, big blue, orange and pink, heavens, in unbroken confluence with the undulating verdant hills. The land.

Oh my! The time will fly.

Stop. Where is my camera? What! Behind it was left. If you like to capture while you work, don't let this be you.

Be prepared.

Being prepared can really pay off. You could capture a real stopper.

The added benefit for me is, at showing time, I know exactly where to go, and the features to point out to clients. 

Capturing some killer images, (if there are some to be had) during previewing, could be informative to the clients as well, at show time, for obvious reasons.

The combination of these things are what make real estate a more meaningful endeavour for my clients and especially myself.

John T. Narrin,

Eco-Steward

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Mary Bigelow
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Hi John - beautiful picture and advice. With a picture like that you don't even need words!
Feb 27, 2008 07:04 AM #1
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Sandra Workman
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Very Nice!!  Thanks for sharing.  This honestly would be neat to blow up and frame!
Feb 27, 2008 07:34 AM #2
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Thank you Mary.

I had not thought of it, but I guess there is some advice I'm handing out.

Really, I'm always trying to be observant, looking for something interesting or relevant.

Thanks for your time, Mary.

Feb 27, 2008 11:35 AM #3
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Well, I appreciate you comment, Sandra.

I agree, this would, and does, look good matted & framed.

Matting & framing were one of the first subjects we learned in photography school.

If you love this image, I can arrange for you to have a print of it. I'll even mount, mat & frame it.

If you just want to make a print using your computer printer (free), I can email you a decent Rez file.

You like it, that makes me happy.

Thank you for your time, Sandra

Feb 27, 2008 11:48 AM #4
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Gabe Swinney Asheville New Urbanism
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Hey John,

 

Man, what a beautiful shot.  I look forward to seeing more! 

Feb 27, 2008 01:37 PM #5
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John Narrin
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Thanks Gabe,

You possess a good eye for composition yourself.

I have seen some of the images you have up..

Thanks again J.T.

Feb 27, 2008 01:53 PM #6
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Sure love that photo. Tell us where you took it and how you happened to be able to capture such a great shot. Will this be on a flyer one day, maybe?

Really like your advice, " The added benefit for me is, at showing time, I know exactly where to go, and the features to point out to clients. ..." I hadn't thought of that...but it sure does make sense as Mary points out.

Feb 27, 2008 02:57 PM #7
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Amazing photo!!!   And you're right about being prepared -thanks for the reminder.

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Rhodes,

Thanks for the kudos, I appreciate that.

NeighborJohn

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