red stripe

By: Lesley

Nov 23 2011

Category: Grey-Bruce

12 Comments

Aperture:f/9
Focal Length:105mm
ISO:100
Shutter:1/200 sec
Camera:NIKON D60

This bank of trees provide a nice wind break for this seemingly windowless barn. I also like the one red painted barnboard.

Participating in Barn Charm

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12 comments on “red stripe”

  1. I like this photo. Very pleasant to the eyes.

  2. Looks like a nice, big barn & very well maintained!

    Thanks so much for joining! =)

  3. Lovely Lesley! That tree break is a great pop of green on the golden field. That barn has some proud barn charm 🙂 Wonder what the little building is? Thank you for visiting Under the Oaks. I’ll be back here, gotta run to the BIG CITY now though!

  4. Very nice. I’m not sure i would have noticed the red board!

  5. This looks like an older structure but it also looks like it has been well taken care of!
    I love the cool lightning rods on top.
    Can’t imagine the thought behind one red board. 🙂
    Beautiful composition Lesley!

  6. It really does look wondowless here!

  7. OOPS! Make that windowless. :))

  8. With the addition, it looks like a big barn. Wonder what the story is behind that red board?

  9. what’s the lttle tiny buildling I wonder. I like the one (remaining?) red board too.

  10. A huge, sturdy looking barn complex. Very nice shot for Barn Charm.

  11. How interesting that there is a treeline there. Not something I usually associate with fields and barns. And I love that one red plank!

  12. Great barn. Yep, must have been red once. lol

    Barn Charm 60


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