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Wednesday, April 27, 2011

Old Barn. My Picture of the Day

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15 comments:

  1. I love old barns, particularly when they are starting to fall apart. I think they are structurally so interesting in the landscape. Super photo!

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  2. Gorgeous photo! My blood pressure dropped a few points just looking at it!

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  3. Love it, Tatyana! My parents still have an old red barn on their farm. Dad has talked about tearing it down--it's seen better days--but I begged him not to. There are fewer and fewer of them each year.

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  4. What a great shot Tatyana. Old barns have so much character. Some make me smile and some make me sad. I always wonder about the families that worked or lived there.

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  5. What a gorgeous pic! Love the barn, but love that sunny blue sky even better =)

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  6. Hi Tatyana,
    I love old barns, the more weather-beaten the better! There is something so impressive in their size and architecture!
    P.S. I enjoyed your pictures of the tulip festival. So beautiful to see them in drifts!!!

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  7. old barns are a fav of mine..I love how the background of blue and mtns just makes the shot...

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  8. Blue sky? Are you kidding? I'm so jealous! :) This shot evokes a feeling of calm serenity and curiosity. Gorgeous!

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  9. Beautiful! So peaceful and serene.

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  10. There is something about old barns that is so charming and seductive.
    Love your pictures with the majestic mountain in the background.

    Annelie

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  11. It's a wonderful barn - and a picture of something we would never see in England!

    Happy Easter

    Esther

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  12. Very beautiful and peaceful!! Great photo!! :o)

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  13. Great photo Tatyana! It's a charming country scene :)

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