both are really pretty shots - and your processing is beautiful!
i love the grey ... wow. so great. (:
Love those! The wood is awesome. Beautiful settings!
i would live in that barn in the first photo, what a beautiful place and a wonderful photo of it
Even though they need painting they are beautiful - very rustic looking and they are big! sandie
you sure love barns dont you
Wonderful images...would love either one as a jigsaw puzzle.
i love both of these! can't pick a favorite here!
The placement of the windows and the door on the second photo is very interesting. Both of these barns are huge!
Hello Bard, just came across your blog while reading several blogs and found bloggers I read who have also posted before me...indeed a smaller world! We are currently visiting New England and staying in NH where we hope to relocate if and whe we sell our VA home. I enjoyed your barns and a few previous posts, but didn't have time to read all. Please do feel free to visit our little blog spot anytime.
Beatiful photos, both!Ingun. Norway
That is hugh...and lovely. A charming barn for sure.
Love the rustic wood on these and how they are nestled in the trees.
really lovely old barns, the worn wood is beautiful!!
What great photos! They look like postcards and make me want to head back to Massachusetts!
Can you imagine tours to explore those two? They're huge! I would sooo love to see what every little space is used for inside them both! WoW!Thank you, Barbara! =)
And those were sure HUGE barns! They look years and years old but still look pretty attractive. Well, barns are really great subject to photography, I've got no doubt why many love to take barn pictures especially during county trips. Barns are just one of the best thing on the way.Aircraft Hangars
Post a Comment