Saturday, March 8, 2014

A Real Natural



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It was just calling my name as I was driving by.
Pretty, don't you think?


29 comments:

Beatrice P. Boyd said...

Especially like the shadows that the tree branches provided and the b&w enhanced the scene, JP

trav4adventures said...

Beautiful! Does your area have covered bridges? My dad grew up in New Canaan and I remember him taking photos of covered bridges back in Connecticut...
Cheryl Ann (Deep Canyon)
He was the first of his direct male line (going back 300 years) to leave Connecticut...he came to California prior to WWII. He spent the war in the South Pacific arena.

Delores said...

Lovely to see an old barn basking in the sunlight.

Linda said...

I love that you can see our beautiful old (and new, of course) buildings in the winter. No leaves or vines to obstruct the view. Lovely shot! Linda@Wetcreek Blog

Tessa~ Here there be musing said...

Gorgeous!

Very simple scene and not what one would usually call gorgeous. But it still is.

Gentle hugs,
Tessa~

Empty Nester said...

I love this! The dramatic contrasts in b&w photos have always been my favorites.

TexWisGirl said...

beautiful.

Gemma Wiseman said...

Grand shape of the tree on the left casting dramatic shadows and beautifully framing this lovely scene.

carol l mckenna said...

Great photo and very effective in BW ~ love it ~ thanks, xxx ~ Happy Weekend ^_^

artmusedog and carol

Valerie said...

A great capture - thank you for sharing.

kaykuala said...

Lingering shadows moving slowly at the corner! Nicely!

Hank

bj said...

Beautiful !! :)

Rambling Woods said...

Looks great in black and white

My Little Home and Garden said...

I agree, it is pretty. I like all the different textures, both in the building and the natural elements. The light and shadows are fantastic!

Thanks for linking this rural scene to Sunlit Sunday.

Karen

Mimsie said...

That black and white picture is superb.

Lina Gustina said...

The tree shadows attract my attention. So dramatic.
Thanks for dropping by.

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Nina said...

A lovely B&W picture, the branches and shadows create a very nice play and framing!
Enjoy your Sunday!

eileeninmd said...

I always enjoy the barn scenes and the pretty trees. A great shadow shot too. Have a happy Sunday!

Ann said...

I love barn scenes. I like the twisted branches of the tree

Rain said...

Very very nice!!!
Rain

Liz@ Infuse With Liz said...

What a great picture! You've captured the barn, tree, and silo so nicely! The shadows of the tree cast on the barn and ground are wonderful! Love that you did it in black and white- makes it feel very vintage!

ellen b. said...

That's a wonderful photo capturing light and shadow. Love it...

Pamela Gordon said...

What a beautiful photo. I love old barns and this one with the big tree and it's shadows is wonderful. Have a great week!

Beth @ E. Lizard Breath Speaks said...

love the shadows. neat-o!! ( :

Lorrie said...

Beautiful barn. Great photo.

Lulu said...

Good for you for not only noticing the barn but stopping to snap it.

Christa atCedarmereFarm said...

Black/white works really well in this photo. Gorgeous composition.

Cindy said...

It always amazes me how light reflects off of b/w photos and making them shades and shadows. Lovely shot, I've always been up for an old building of sorts

Huldra said...

Love it! I got a kind of Hichcock feeling. You know; sparkling sun, and long, twisted shadows along with a rough building. Cool :)

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