F6.3 – 1/100 – ISO 100 – 50mm Sigma A – Canon 5D Miii
Wonderful light! I can feel that old barn’s pain.
As of yesterday it was still standing but there was a guy in a hardhat standing on the property so its days may be numbered….thanks.
It could be considered a public nuisance and eyesore like me!
Say it ain’t so!
I’m known as the “Timinator”, I wear all black all the time, and once, when I served on the local planning and zoning board, I made an old-timer so mad in one public meeting after cussing me out, she said I was the Antichrist (all in public and on the record). You decide!
Ok, Timinator! hahaha
Love the glow… Nice!
Poor ole barn lasted this long and now it will meet its demise to a sub division. I sure hope they let people have its wood. That weathered, rustic wood has stories and makes a new story somewhere else.
I’m trying to see if I can get back on the property before they tear it down to get some shots of the inside and more of the house (coming soon) that’s in front of it.
I love the warmth of the light in this one….Nice!
Thanks. The warm light on the grass and the weeds does it for me. More warm tomorrow even if the weather outside didn’t get the memo!
I see a lot of those abandoned barns in Delaware and along the Pennsylvania border.
They’ve become a bit of an addiction for me 🙂
Yes, I have started seeing more of them and thinking of you.
I love that. Beautiful subject and shot.
Thanks. So sad it’s days are numbered
Teri.. About that senior portrait session I mentioned on your last blog post… That may be a terrible idea 🙂
This image makes me wonder about the history of the barn and all it has seen over the years…
Me too! But considering it may have been bought out by some housing development co. doing any shoots other than my Ninja ones might now work 😉
Great shot, Teri. Sunset is the perfect time for that barn.
It was indeed and since then it’s been nothing but overcast or grey 😦
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