This weekend’s weather was totally nuts and a bit scary. We had winds that were hitting the 50+ mph speed which rattled the entire house and sent a lot of things outside flying off to Kansas with Dorothy. They are still building in our subdivision so there were boxes, cardboard, packing foam, and insulation panels flying everywhere. The next day we awoke to snow on the ground, cold temperatures made colder by the wind still blowing although at a much more sedate speed but still enough to send a certain photographers hair flying all over her head and face.
By the golden hour time it was suggested to make a run for it to see if this old barn was still standing after all of the wind; it had a lean going on but was still hanging on. I’m afraid it could be gone any day now as it looks like they are getting ready to turn its land into a subdivision. In my haste to go I forgot my wellies so I wasn’t able to get as close to the barn as I would’ve liked what with the wet field and my anxiety about the wind still blowing, the barn making all sorts of creaking noises and loads of knocked over trees and piles of branches all around me – safety first.
(By the way, I am letting my “she who likes to dress up in something other than photography gear sometimes” side out and you can see it over at www.fashionbytdashfield.wordpress.com Please take a peek. )