Monday, August 12, 2013

August 12



I found this old barn on a misty morning last week.  You can see the remnants of the mist hanging along the grass.  I like the simple shape of this one and also the faded gray color.

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16 comments:

Betsy Brock said...

beautiful...especially in the fog!

Rose said...

Oh, wow, this is a wonderful barn. I would love to explore it...

Karen @ away for the weekend said...

So very pretty - the mist really sets a dreamy mood, too!

S. Etole said...

It looks like an extra large barn. The gray siding has a nice patina.

Twyla and Lindsey said...

I really like this barn! Twyla

Elaine said...

Lovely, and the mist adds a nice touch to the photo!

Kaya said...

Very interesting and very nice barn with dark green roof. It looks so neat and well taken care. Beautiful picture1

Sonya @ Under the Desert Sky said...

I love the shape, too. And the bits of mist still hanging on.

Jan n Jer said...

I really like this shot...great old charmer!

Grandma Barb's This and That said...

I always love the barns with the big side doors where they could drive right in with their wagons. The mist adds a nice touch to the photo!

Cheryl @ TFD said...

I love the mist still hovering around. Pretty photo and barn!

Beth said...

Gorgeous barn! The roof looks to be as big or bigger than the main area.
The grey coloring is a nice change and rather soothing to look at. Great capture of the mist!:>)

Cherdecor said...

The colors and design in this shot really caught my eye! This pic is an art piece.

Joanna Jenkins said...

I like this barn-- the mist is lovely and the roof has a hint of green in it. It looks like it's been there strong and tall for a long while.
Thanks, jj

Laura Delegal - Leroy Photography said...

That's beautiful and HUGE!

Francisco Close said...

You definitely nailed this one, Mari. I like the way you captured this photo, every element complement each other - from the color of the roof, the rust and damage of it's exterior, to the color of the environment. I just hope it's still in use because it will be disappointing if big structures like this will go to waste. Francisco @ KatchMark.com