Tuesday, July 13, 2010

24



This is the barn that was shown in my previous post, at Natirar. The small number 24 caught my eye, and I like the flood light that seems as though it is staring right at me. :)

9 comments:

Katy Noelle said...

I just love our barns! They are, indeed so nostalgic. Tom sees them in a much more practical light - the chippy paint is lovely but he doesn't want the building to rot away. The chicken coop and old white washed beams are a vision on the inside. Someday soon, I'll get around to posting about those.

Country Girl said...

I love the processing on this one, Mary. And the light is beautiful.

On the last horse farm where we lived, there were numbers on the outbuildings. They were from long ago, when it was Winfields and Northern Dancer stood at stud.

Mary said...

Katy, when I was growing up I always dreamed of having a big barn of my own... lol

Kate, I wish I could remember the processing on this... I think it may have been B/W Mink from Florabela and Lux (hard) from TRA. But I'm not sure... :)

Stacey Dawn said...

I'm being drawn more and more to old structures - the texture is beautiful!

Oliag said...

Old barns are a treasure...

Caroline said...

Ohhhh super cool. And the B&W processing adds the perfect drama.

Georgianna said...

It's a beautiful, pensive and wistful image, Mary. Absolutely gorgeous. I love it! xo – g

Mary said...

thanks so much, everyone! :)

Melissa Cornell said...

i love old Barns! nicely captured!