Friday, October 15, 2010

barns reconcile themselves



to the passing of seasons
and the weight of the sky.

16 comments:

Birdman said...

If you have the camera at the ready, it's hard to pass up a good barn. This image very well composed.

B SQUARED said...

Looks so dignified.

Kate said...

I enjoy the varied colours that work well together. It seems that many of us are quite taken with old barns and homesteads. This is indeed well-composed.

Malyss said...

You 've got a painter's eye..

Amin said...

Very beautiful photo!

Dave-CostaRicaDailyPhoto.com said...

Another poetic portrayal of pastoral pleasure.

I have answered your question on my post today about the photo of the stormy sea. It was not raining when I took the photo. The telephone lens exaggerates the haze or cloudiness.

Cezar and Léia said...

Wonderful!I've enlarged the picture, and it's fabulous, so perfect it's like an illustration for a lovely story!I can imagine some beautiful stories passing in this scenery, it's about family, children, little animals, some funny moments, and so on! LOVELY! :)
Have a nice weekend dear friend,
hugs
Léia

Sharon Creech said...

Another beautifully composed photo--your other viewers have said it best. I love an old barn.

Sharon said...

This is a Currier & Ives scene!

Jacob said...

If I were a barn, this is exactly what I'd like to look like! (If that makes any sense.)

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Naturedigital said...

A beautiful barn and a great photograph again
Have a great weekend.
Costas

Irina said...

Beautiful!

cieldequimper said...

Weathered just like it should be. Marvellous!

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Julie said...

You can hear the creaks as it settles itself down on its haunches.

Steffe said...

Now this is a lovely rural scene.