Sunday, April 26, 2009

Barn


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26 comments:

RuneE said...

A barn that may have seen better days. Very fitting for the subject.

Bim said...

A very scenic barn, though - feels like summer holidays.

Aileni said...

A very pleasing B&W.

kazu said...

It's cool.Very nice atmosphere.
Great photo!

Dagrun said...

This suites the B&W. Very nice!

Carver said...

That's a beautiful old barn. I lived with friends in an old farm house in the late 1970s and I went back not too long ago. The barn was in worse shape than this one but very similar.

Anne said...

YES!! i loved it, the shape and the form :-)

The photo reminds me of a loved story from the tv for many many years ago..., do i remember the name..., hmmm... The Ingalls family you maybe know, Mary, Laura... to of the sisters..., and theyr father was so beautiful...
Oh... dreaming...

vincibene said...

Wonderful atmospheric picture!

Dina ... UK said...

Just look at how the old cart wheel stands at the side....
Beautiful composition.

Liz said...

I've just doen a jigsaw with a barn like that!

kden said...

What a great find. I'd love to run into an old barn like that. Looks great in Mono.

George said...

This barn is perfect for monochrome.

Laerte Pupo said...

This photo remenber me a retaurant:
Angus Barn. I am not sure but think it was in Raleigh. NC.
Thanks for posting to TODAY'S FLOWERS.

sunnymama said...

I a lovely scene! I really like the constrast in texture between the tree and the barn.

Pagan Sphinx said...

Excellent photograph. I love how the light peaks out through the cracks in the building.

bettyl said...

Awesome subject for b&w. Good eye.

allhorsestuff said...

Very gorgeous...ooulala!

2sweetnsaxy said...

I don't know why I like shots of barns but I do. This one is great, especially in black and white.

Princess Sarah said...

Hello Barb, glad to know that I've got a friend across the mile. Thanks for visiting my blog, thanks for sharing your photos. It's summer indeed!

Gennasus said...

What a romantic image of the barn. It makes me think of Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid for some reason.

VALKYRIEN said...

It is something about those old barns, they are so fitting for B&W or Sepia! Great capture!

Daryl said...

LOVE old barns especially in monochrome

Clueless in Boston said...

Nice shot of the barn. Is that infrared?

John said...

Great capture. Perfect in mono.

Your EG Tour Guide said...

Old barns are perfect for B&W. I LOVE old barns.

Roger said...

I love shots like that Barb very nice!