Abandoned Barn Redux

This winter weather has me seeing and feeling the blues and greys.  I’m test driving a new program which I hope to tell you about in the near future.  I chose this photo I took of an abandoned barn as the first test subject.  I was going for a moody and cold look; I think I hit the mark.



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25 Responses to Abandoned Barn Redux

  1. Great shot Teri! Love the composition of the image! A haunted one?

  2. Great photograph, excellent treatment.

  3. Brett says:

    Love old barns! Great picture!

  4. A. Blake says:

    I like this composition, and unfortunately it’s another cold and snowy day here. Yesterday I got lost and saw a lot of abandon barns while heading back to work and immediately thought about you. I wish I had stopped and taken a few pics but was rushing back to work.

  5. Yes, moody and kind of sad too. I’ll be curious about your new processing – this has the blue-look of a sky shot in IR. I have not shot a lot of barns (or houses for that matter) in my adventures, but I do find them fascinating structures.

  6. Chris says:

    You hit the mark alright! I can almost hear a few crows squabbling in the next field. Looking forward to reading about your processing.

  7. Very nice. There is a barn near an office I visit once a week or so, but the light is never quite right. I’ll keep trying though. 🙂

  8. A. Blake says:

    I need to get lost again to find those abandoned barns and photograph them.

  9. Girl Gone Expat says:

    I love the look you created with this picture! Very cool:)

  10. Julia Manuel says:

    You certainly did hit the mark. Excellent capture.

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