Everything popped up quickly for me. But then I hadn't noticed it being slow before. I do have a fast connection though.Those larger darker weeds amid the tall grasses do give the eye something to study. And so do the fence posts and the barn. This is another feast for the eye, Faye.
That grass is high, wow!
Tonight was really quick, Faye. Usually the images sort of go from blurred to sharp and it takes a second. Tonight was immediate.I can never get enough old barns. I like the green grass in the dry too.
love the contrast between dark and lighter tones of grass...and the barn's a bonus.....:)it always 's fast for me ...and yes, i have a fast connection.
tres belle photo, j'aime beaucoup le contrasme de la couleur de la vieille maison et du champs. une belle athmospherevery beautiful photograph, I like much the contrasme color of the old house and fields. beautiful a athmosphere
Love all the brown tones with the green trees for the background. Very simple yet lovely.. :) :) Your blog loads super fast.. :) :) But I do have high speed.. still I think it was quicker than normal... :) :)Nice shot
I think that these scenes are waiting for Faye to come with camera in hand. You make them look so perfect!!
great contrasts and colors... nice pic!
Fantastic composition of light and dark. I think Kate is right, these scenes are just waiting for your camera to shoot them.
It was quick for me as usual. Beautiful barn pics. Between you and Joyce's paintings of barns, I am lovin the "barn" thing.
Faye, you are so good at this! You make a simple barn look fantastic!! Another wonderful shot! :o)
It was slow for me and I'm on dialup but other blogs are not so slow so I don't have a clue. Really like the photo. I love old barns and I've always loved fields of dry grass. Looks nice with the fence and all showing.
Faye, Your change really picked up the speed for me! It loaded in under 2 min. this evening.I love this shot! The contrast between the dried grass and weeds & post creates a terrific forground for the barn.
Nice barn. I like the darker weeds also.
Maybe it is a barn, maybe a houseIn some part of France, in particular from where I'm coming (Vosges Mounatin in the East Part), tha hose are built with bricks and wood facing. Only on the side which receives rainThis field or rather this meadow seems to be abandonned. This kind of grass are the lightest. Usually they are growing on the side of roads. I like them.Great contrast between the dakness of the building and the lightness of the grass and the roof
Lovely picture of this barn...love the fence!