73. Rough

This poor old barn is in rough shape, but it still does the job!

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~ by Tammy on March 15, 2011.

21 Responses to “73. Rough”

  1. I absolutely love it! Love the processing, the lighting, and the pop of red from the tractor. Fabulous my friend!

  2. Great image Tammy – love the warm tones, makes it look like spring is on the way!

  3. the barn may be poor, but that is only half of realty: the barn is rich, too, rich of beauty and light and texture. It’s great.

  4. I really like the horizontal and vertical lines on the barn and the weathered look

  5. That golden light is just lovely, late afternoon as the day is winding down to a peaceful finish.

  6. I wonder if there are any new, well-cared for barns? I just notice the well-used ones. This one definitely has character!

  7. The old, weathered barn may have seen its better days, but now it will live on as a piece of art.

  8. All the easier for the barn owls to enter and exit…

  9. Very rustic looking, lots of interesting looking textures in the roof and walls.

  10. Wonderful textures! Barns are so full of character.

  11. Love the light in your photo..really makes the photo along with the textures of the barn.

  12. Hi Tammy,
    Great shot of the barn. Love the texture of the roof. Looks like it needs a little TLC. Have a great day!

    Sherrie

  13. This one fits the bill. Great all around textures!

  14. Barn may not be of much practical use but it sure does make a great subject for a picture. Love the light!

  15. I love old “Rough” Barns. Must cost a fortune to keep them in good shape. Very rustic looking and great photo..

  16. Great light in this image, and the textures are to die for.

  17. Looks huge too! I always see house potential in old barns. :0)

  18. Certainly rough but gorgeous! The textures of this weathered structure really stand out.

  19. I surely does! What a beautiful find!!
    Wonderful light too!!

  20. Beautiful, it looks like a watercolour painting. Love the light in this image.

  21. What a wonderful image! The processing is perfect…

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