There’s a barn in there somewhere

Driving the back roads (and I do mean back roads, these were mostly gravel we were on) I saw this old gem hidden behind a lot of trees and bushes but there was no place to really pull over for a clear shot.  That and the fact that the owner had placed a large pile of downed trees piled up in the one driveway which made it look as if he was putting up a barricade against the zombie apocalypse.  It was quite large and had KEEP OUT painted on the logs.

Message received loud and clear; took shots and left!

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Fine art photographer who loves to see and capture the amazing things in this world. Owner of Images by TDashfield photography. www.imagesbytdashfield.com
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16 Responses to There’s a barn in there somewhere

  1. Great photo. Once the weather warms up and things go green I will be on the gravel roads.

  2. Timothy Price says:

    That’s a wonderful photo of a cool looking barn. Maybe you should do a barn book.

    • Thanks or maybe a calendar. Whatcha think?

      • Timothy Price says:

        If you know a little HTML5 and JavaScript you can make nice on-line books that you turn the pages using your cursor. Checkout Turn JS at http://turnjs.com.

        Printed calendars seem to be less popular these days. At least everyone at our office brings in a bunch of nice photo calendars they get from various charities and causes they donate to. The calendars get stacked up at the reception desk with a “Free Calendars” sign until someone gets tired of them being in the way and sends them off to recycling.

      • Some folks still like them else there wouldn’t be those kiosks at the mall every Christmas 😉 But I will look into the Turn JS or I should say I will hand it over to my IT advisor…aka DH. Thanks

  3. That barn has some cool looking lines on it. Are you ready for the zombie apocalypse?

  4. That’s a poetry not just a barn!

  5. Amanda Lyle says:

    What a gem it is! Great shot.

    Oh, I’m guessing you managed to get back into your WordPress site. Phew!!! I wonder what that was about? WordPress, eh?

  6. Keep out means Walk In BTW 🙂

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