a touch of red

By: Lesley

Jul 05 2011

Category: barns, Halton

10 Comments

Aperture:f/4.7
Focal Length:18.4mm
ISO:100
Shutter:1/40 sec
Camera:DMC-TZ3

The red paint has long faded and the missing board gives a good view of the holes in the roof which gives little protection for the bales still stored inside.

Participating in Barn Charm

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10 comments on “a touch of red”

  1. Hmmm. The side boards are a bit weathered but are still in pretty good shape. Too bad about the see-through roof, though.

  2. I love your chosen POV here! It’s so interesting to see the grain and texture of the weathered wood.

  3. Hi there – that’s a nice picture – I often think that a little splash of colour (color!) is all that you need!

    Cheers – Stewart M – Australia.

  4. That can’t be good for the bales of hay there, but that’s definitely a cool shot!

    Thanks so much for joining Barn Charm! =)

  5. Quite an interesting piece of barn here. I like the texture.

    PS: I am sending this comment from the comfort of my sofa on my very own internet connection!!!

  6. The barn seems to be in a bit of disrepair, it’s no longer useful for keeping the hay dry.

  7. I love your blog!! Very unique, and fun to scroll through! I look forward to spending more quiet time to finish my scroll through your archived posts!! ~karen

  8. Yep, it was definitely red once. I have no idea whether ours ever was, as it’s as weathered as the one in your picture, but I like to think it was. Once.

    NoteworthyMusings

  9. Poor old barn……


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