4.20.2010

Withstanding the Test


I am almost hypnotically drawn to the old barns that dot our Midwest landscape.
To think of their rich history....the struggles they have seen and the stories they could tell...


11 comments:

Bevy said...

I love old barns too... and yup! I wonder of the many stories they would tell, if only they could.

Leah C said...

I feel the same way about barns...this one is beautiful:)

Lori said...

that is JUST gorgeous Chasity!!!

Jenn said...

Well, you know how I feel about barns! Love this!

Traci said...

Wow - this is a terrific sideways shot! I've been working outside a bunch, so I had to play catch-up with your posts. I'm lovin' the textures you're using and the sunflare you caught.

POD said...

This is beautiful dof. I love old barns too. I wonder if there are people who don't love old barns ? Other than big business.

Chuck said...

This is a superb shot! Love the old barn every time.

Rick said...

I've spent some time looking through your blog - lovely and sometimes fanciful images. Yes, I love old barns, and old buildings in general - such a sense of history and stories.

Bernie said...

Perfect picture......oh chas if you only knew how many times I have looked at old barns and thought the very same thing...."if only these walls could talk". Many prayers for Shauna and family always.......:-) Hugs

Tee said...

You know that I love the old barns. I am glad that you are getting some wonderful pictures of them. It seems that everyday one of them disappear from the landscape, never to be seen again, except in your pictures. I spent more time in our barn when I was growing up then I did in my bedroom. Now it is gone. It is such a pity that they are so expensive to keep up.
Love You,
Mom

Linda said...

This is an amazing shot...Great textures through out the photo. Keep up the good work.