Feb 17, 2007

A Barn... of course

I discovered this wonderful old barn on my way to Ben Irving Reservoir from Thursday's post. I had to cut off the left piece of the roof because there was a house in the way. I need to get back out there and shoot it from a different angle.

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14 comments:

  1. I like your photography. I have a passion for Canon photography and have had since 1953 - now just digital. The old barn had a very new roof and unlike those I have seen in West Virginia where the color of the tin roof and the wood siding matches -- a kind of rusty red. I have a daily photo blog and a website. I will leave the address of the website and from it you can go to the daily photo blog. http://www.oldmanlincoln.com/ explore under "photography" and I hope you like something there.

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  2. comme lincoln, j'adore tes photos,n le rendu que tu leurs donnes, elles sont magnifiques et on un vecu. du plaisir quoi


    like lincoln, I adore your photographs, returned that you their give, they are splendid and one one lived. pleasure what

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  3. Very beautiful as always!! I love how you make every barn have a personality all of its own, excellent! :o)

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  4. Faye, if you only knew how I loved barns. I don't thing that there's much more emotional or beautiful than a photo of an old barn. The history that these boards could tell!

    Lovely photo today, Faye!

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  5. Oliver sent me here...I too posted an old barn today. They remind me of my youth.

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  6. Do you have a site that holds all your barn pics? Would love to see it. yes, this one has a personality also!

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  7. Abraham, thanks for the input on the old barn. I did visit your blog and found some excellent photography. Thanks for sharing.

    Natalya, each one really does have its own personality... the colors of the boards and the roofs.. the doors and windows.. each so different and interesting in its own way

    Ahhhh Pat, we do, indeed, share a love of these old buildings. Emotional and beautiful are the perfect words. I'm always drawn to them and if I could I would love to explore each one or a least just touch the wood. Your barn post today is beautiful.

    Olivier, thanks. You always say such kind words. Thanks for sending Lavender Lady here today.

    Lavender Lady, I will certainly check out your barn today. Pat also has a beautiful one you should check out today.

    Kate, I don't have a site with just barns, but if you click on the "barn" tag it will bring up all the ones I've posted here.

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  8. Ah Faye, I wish I could captures colors as beautiful as you are able to! This is silky and rich. It wouldn't be the same without that misty hill in the background. Awesome!

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  9. I need to visit where you are because I am loving these photos!

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  10. Another winner Faye. Your browns, grays and shade of green make a beautiful pallette. I like the composition with the barn door open too.
    I will try to post from my desktop later today and see if I can get my pictures to post. Not many of my pics. are on it so I have to do some shifting. Very frustrating.

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  11. I love this--not only a great old barn but a lovely background. I like the color of the trees and the grass.

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  12. Great image! You do awesome work!

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  13. It's quite nicely situated in this photo. There's a lot of eye-interest to this shot.

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  14. I love old barns and other old buildings - they just seem to ooze character!

    I really like this photo; the textures in the weather-beaten wood are wonderful. Looking forward to seeing this barn from another angle. :)

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