white barn

By: Lesley

Dec 27 2011

Category: barns, Halton

13 Comments

Aperture:f/4.4
Focal Length:9.5mm
ISO:100
Shutter:1/320 sec
Camera:DMC-TZ3

A rather large white barn found somewhere near the Niagara escarpment, which you can see in the background.

Participating in Barn Charm

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13 comments on “white barn”

  1. That’s a good sized barn that is very appealing!

  2. Size was the first thing I noticed. It’s impressive. The escarpment looks like the view I have seen from the 401 highway..

  3. no kidding … i don’t believe i’ve seen such a huge barn before. wow!! thanks, for sharing. it lovely. (:

  4. Wow! That is huge! The multi-paned glass windows are unique and totally unexpected–truly a magnificent barn! You’ve captured the scene well–quite lovely.

  5. that is one large barn! great one!

  6. Goodness gracious, it’s HUGE! What is it, 5 stories? What do they do in a barn sooo big?! Awesome find, Lesley!!!

    Thanks so much for linking this beauty to this week’s Barn Charm! =)

  7. Makes a nice winter shot!

  8. Nice barn and nice area, Lesley.

    Regarding your comment on my blog: I live at the top of a hill and this place is down the hill so I focused on making the hills level and that made the buildings look tilted but they are level on a hill. Does that make sense??? MB

  9. What an awesome looking barn. Bet there were some real stories that happened here! Love your shot

  10. Amazing to see… love your image

  11. Lesley, a lovely barn! It looks like a dairy barn. For some reason I always want white barns to be dairy barns. All those windows! I love lots of windows in a barn. You made a beautiful snap with this big old barn!


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