REDISCOVERING MYSELF THROUGH PHOTOGRAPHY

Tuesday, May 10, 2011

Visiting more wonderful barns

Tricia's Barn Charm meme has encouraged an interest I already had in old barns.  Actually, it has more than encouraged because I am "seeing" barns I know that I've seen before, but now it's in a new way.  Since last week's post, I've learned the owner of the barn I photographed, and I know I can get permission to go inside.

For this week, I'm sharing the image of a "Century Farm" barn near Milton-Freewater, Oregon.  I always chuckle at how it seems to be tilting in the landscape.  (It's odd how I never notice the wire fence when I drive by....only when I stopped to take a photograph.)

11 comments:

texwisgirl said...

it's so cute it looks like a toy farm! :)

Rosie said...

I agree with texwisgirl! I love the frame here, too!

Tricia said...

You get to go inside? I can't wait to see those pics... I rarely ever say this, but it seems to fit... YOU GO, GIRL! She's a beauty of a barn!!! =)

don said...

That's a great looking barn. Looks like it has a huge cement foundation.
Very nice post.

Judy said...

I too have to agree with the others. I like what you did with it. I hope you do go inside, I would love to see too.

Tammy said...

That is a great looking barn. Lots of nice colors too.

Nancy said...

this is a beautiful, bright image of a gorgeous barn, Evelyn. Love this!! Your editing is fabulous.

Elise Ann Wormuth said...

Where do you find all these great barns? I'm going to have to get out looking for some.

Stampmouse said...

cool barn love the grass in the front too

Genie said...

This is one beautiful and impressive barn. Not your usual run of the mill one...so interesting and different. Great capture.

Carole said...

We've got some great old barns here in Oregon. Love this one!