Joshua Creek

By: Lesley

Apr 02 2012

Category: Halton

9 Comments

Aperture:f/6.3
Focal Length:18mm
ISO:100
Shutter:1/160 sec
Camera:NIKON D60

The back view of the gallery at the Joshua Creek Art Heritage Centre (barn rebuild) as seen in the height of summer. An interior shot, shown last week can be seen here. The covered porch timbers are from the original Dryland Barn of 1820.

Participating in Barn Charm

Map

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9 comments on “Joshua Creek”

  1. It is just as lovely on the outside as the inside!
    Those are massive wood columns.

  2. This is so lovely. It’s good to see someone keeping a barn alive. I really liked the interior shot also. :>)

  3. very nice…i love when i see old stuff re-used like this!

  4. oh, i love recycling… what great find. so great. i’ve always wanted to live in something different like a barn, church, or lighthouse. so perfect. i would add more details or really do it up more though. (:

  5. Lovely rebuilt barn that will stand proud and not fall to ruin! Very charming. I would love to sit out on the porch with a glass of wine. The little flower bed is pretty and colorful!

  6. Gorgeous work! So awesome that they’ve done this!!!

    Thanks so much =)

  7. Oh, I would love to see inside…it is gorgeous.

  8. […] Renovated portions of one of the other buildings that has been made into a studio can be seen here and […]


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