patchwork barn redux

By: Lesley

Apr 19 2011

Category: barns, Port Elgin


Focal Length:17mm
Shutter:1/0 sec

I dubbed this the Patchwork Barn when I first saw it in Port Elgin. An earlier, summer, post can be seen here. The late afternoon sun adds a particularly nice sheen to the front.

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16 comments on “patchwork barn redux”

  1. Very pretty!

    Would you mind peeking at my blues? Thanks!

  2. A recycled masterpiece 😉

  3. This barn is a fine piece of recycled patchwork. Your name for it is just perfect. The different textures really makes for an interesting image. Nice capture which is composed beautifully. Nice work.

  4. Perfect name for this one! And Pt Elgin…..makes me think of warm summer days. I hope they get here soon. : )


  5. This is way cool! I love it…it is not the normal barn.

  6. Wow…it IS a patchwork barn! Fabulous!

  7. What a neat barn! Looks like its’ been added to a few times!

  8. sure is a patchwork of art. You picked the perfect name!

  9. Yep, this barn has been through a number of renovations. Nice shot, Lesley!

  10. WoW! That IS a lot of patchwork, isn’t it! LoL! Both shots are great, but I think I lean more toward the summer shot… winter & snow just isn’t my thing! =)


  11. Very charming indeed.

  12. Looks like they used whatever they had on hand when they added on to the barn. And really, that’s what patchwork is all about. Good name.

  13. Love, Love this old barn. I agree you have the perfect title for it.

  14. This is definitely a one-of-a-kinder barn. Very unique to say the least. Love the name you gave it as it fits perfectly. So glad you all turned around and captured it for all of us to enjoy. Genie

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