In this one shot we have all three of those elements. The past, obviously this old barn and it’s mysterious red bucket (there were two other ones inside) and the red strings that were scattered around the barn clinging to wood in some odd places. The present being the condition of the barn and its decay and what could be the present as well as the future, if you look in the upper right corner you can just make out parts of the roof line of one of the massive 5 bedroom homes that are being built on the land next to it…and probably what is the future for where this barn stands.
I was hoping to get back to it today but the weather is not being cooperative.
I hope it is still there next time. The warmth of the light is gorgeous.
I hope so too. But lately we’ve had nothing but grey light 😦
And I won’t even bring up the semi solid precipitation 😦
Just look at that wood… Oh, I Love It!
The glow can definitely be seen from the golden hour of which you speak of.
Quite interesting on how we do see the past, present and yet perhaps of what is yet to come in the future within this photo. Fabulous, my friend!
Thanks you. I’m still trying to figure out what the red string and buckets were for 🙂
Three in one! Well captured, Teri 🙂
Thanks, Indah. It wasn’t intentional but I’ll take it! 🙂
What a great find….
Thank you. I will miss it when it’s gone
Great shot, Teri. I wonder if the red string is a way of marking which planks are to be salvaged. There’s certainly a market for them.
Never thought of that but they seemed to be random…then again???