06 August 2011

rustic red

just steps from bustling traffic and a lively nightlife

room for four families

a walking trailing along this farm

A few more captures from one particularly lovely farm along Rustic Road #20. As I was standing along the road with my camera, the owner pulled out of his driveway and waved, so I'm probably not the first barn nerd he's encountered.

If you click the first photo, I've included a look at this shot on flickr, straight out of camera (sooc). I thought the power lines were a little distracting here, and removed them.

The last shot is from a nature trail that cuts along the side of their farm, so you're looking into their backyard. I had to shoot over my head for this as the wildflowers were so tall, they are all I could see. :o)

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19 comments:

TexWisGirl said...

oh, be still my heart!!! seriously tearing up here...

LOVED the row of birdhouses attached to the barn! what a great pic!

Nancy @ A Rural Journal said...

Looks like it's been kept up fairly well. I agree with T -- the row of birdhouses made the series. :)

Negerigeletschtempoit said...

Outstanding! What a wonderful place! The bird houses are neat.

I wish I could "remove" something from my pictures too, sometimes. You are a master, lady!
xxxxx

bon bon said...

oh, thank you all! you're too sweet! those birdhouse are the reason i went there. i shot them a few years back on a dull, overcast day, and told myself i needed to get back when it was beautiful out. :o)

missing moments said...

What a great barn and still in great shape. Love those birdhouses!

Mark said...

Love looking at old barns, great shots

Buttons said...

What a great barn and what incredible shots. B

Samantha said...

Oh gorgeous, gorgeous shots!!!

Dawn said...

An incredible Majestic-Rustic!
I am in love....
And you have very good aim to shoot up in the air and catch a capture like you did;))

Mari said...

Simply amazing! I love all these shots!

Elaine said...

A wonderful barn and wonderful photos! I love the birdhouses too. They are such a delightful little touch.

Kim, USA said...

I so like the lined up bird houses but did I see a camera on top too? Looks like this place is monitored did you see the antenna too, it's in the first photo ^_^ Like your shots!!


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Tanya said...

love all the photos but those bird houses are the icing on the cake!

Tricia said...

Definitely a gorgeous rustic red! WoW! I love it & w/ that blue sky background & the birds in flight, it rocks!!! =) The little bird houses are sooo cuuute... how neat that they built those

Is that Queen Ann's Lace in the last shot? Very cool

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EG Wow said...

The red is rich and beautiful and I love the photo of the Queen Anne's lace.

LB @ Bullets And Biscuits said...

loveeee.love.love.loveeee...I just love the whole dang post!

Bruce Clark said...

Love the shot with the four birdhouse. Great capture!

Rose said...

I love that first shot, and also love the one that shows the birdhouses....I have never seen anything like that. Actually like all the shots, but that first is fabulous.

Carole said...

What an absolutely fabulous barn. Love the first shot, but also love the second with the little birdhouses on the side. :-)

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