Tuesday, April 9, 2013

Barn Charm

I snapped this old barn about a week ago when I was on my bald eagle hunt.   It was far off the road so I zoomed in for the first photo and then zoomed even closer for the second to get a better look.  I liked the play of shadows across the front.  There is one more barn to show from that day.

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Thanks for stopping by!
Until next time... 

31 comments:

  1. WOW! It looks like it is a very lgrand old barn..so sad it has been left to deteriorate. I like it's weathered color!

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  2. Morning Cheryl, once was a mighty barn, but still looks good to me.....yes, such character......Blessings Francine.

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  3. What an interesting building. I imagine they are quite rare now?

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  4. The play of shadows is very nice. I hope that shadows are all that play there as it doesn't look too sound these days. Whenever I'm tempted to feel bad about falling barns, I remember the one that was recently rebuilt and looks new and strong again, which is why documenting barns is a super idea one way or the other.

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  5. I am glad you are photographing the very old ones. I feel the same way....They may soon disappear from the horizon. I do my part, too, by photographing their existence.

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  6. Love the feel of these shots...beautiful lighting.

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  7. great job....looks so decorated by the way the shadows are closing in on the front...

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  8. My first thought when seeing this barn was that it was a faithful friend. It's serviced and sheltered and is still grand. Have a nice day!

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  9. i love the way the sun paints it in shades of blue.. these are gorgeous.

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  10. Beautiful! And I too love the shadows across the front of the barn. It's always fun to get photos like that. That's a great one!

    Thanks for stopping in at Cranberry Morning. My barn was slightly overwhelmed by photos of grandchildren, but I wanted to get it in for Barn Charm. :-)

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  11. I like the sun play too! Love the shape. Lots of rustic charm there.. :)

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  12. Love the light and shadows on the front of this barn. Very nice.
    It is snowing here, :0(

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  13. The shadows do make it interesting. It is a great barn, shadows or none.

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  14. the shadows are really great - as is that rusty roof. :)

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  15. Could have been a hay barn in it's day...but who knows. I love it.

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  16. That's a really beautiful barn. I like the play of the shadows across the front.

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  17. The field and shadows are gorgeous!

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  18. OLD barns have such character.

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  19. I love the shadows of the boards!!

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  20. Love the shape, love the shadows!! What a beautiful place!!

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  21. As usual, I love your barn shots. I must get into this one some day soon. I think when spring has really sprung I will go look for some barn pictures to take.
    I really love the older barns; they have such character and the stories they could tell.
    Blessings!

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  22. The barn is beautiful, and the lighting with the shadows really make for great photos. I like the closeup shot--it really shows off the character of the barn.

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  23. My first thought when I saw the second picture was "oh, look at those shadows!" Lovely old girl there.

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  24. I love, love, love, the composition of these shots.

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  25. Great find. This is a real beauty.
    Also love the cat making sure the dryer is okay.

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  26. What a great barn! I love the lighting and the shadows.

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  27. Cool barn... makes me want to explore inside. Love the rusty roof

    Thank you muches & bunches for joining, Cheryl =)

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  28. You got me! It looks more like a painting than a picture. I definitely love how the color blends with the surrounding. Anyway, this is picture perfect but I still hope that the owner will take the initiative to repair the damages. It will surely be more appealing and useful when fixed.


    Penelope Dingee

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  29. This is such a quaint old barn,I think it is lovely.Was it as blue as it is in the photo.?
    Carolyn.

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  30. The barn makes for a great picture. Did you find a Bald Eagle?

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