barn on Burnamthorpe

By: Lesley

May 29 2012

Category: Halton


Focal Length:98mm
Shutter:1/0 sec
Camera:NIKON D60

A  working barn at the Joshua Creek Art Heritage Centre. Renovated portions of one of the other buildings that has been made into a studio can be seen here and here.

Participating in BarnCharm


13 comments on “barn on Burnamthorpe”

  1. Cool! I’ve been there and think it’s a great way to use an old barn.

  2. I love it…wonderful!!

  3. Wonderful! I like the metal roof on that low building and the weathered wood on both. The multi-hued grass and shrubs add to the ambiance of the setting—quite lovely.

  4. Nice weathered gray color and I really like that foundation too!

  5. This is a nice old bank barn. It has weathered well.

  6. this is a nice one!

  7. I sure would like to tour the property at this center, it sounds and looks like such a wonderful place! and you know I love that stone foundation! LoL!

    Thank you for joining =)

  8. So nice to see that you participate in Barn Charm meme, Lesley. I always enjoy your architectual “eye”. I need to start developing a point of view for my photos as you’ve done. This is such a handsome building and the interiors are perfect for an art center. In Louisville an old meat packing facility has been converted into the Mellwood Art Center with many local artists working and selling under one roof.

  9. Love the weathered wood and the stone foundation on this one. It’s a charmer

  10. So happy that someone found a wonderful use for this charming barn.

  11. How does one participate in the Signs meme? There is no way in, so to speak!

  12. Lovely old barn. That touch of yellow in the front is just perfect against the weathered wood.

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