A Slice of Life 2012

A Year In Pictures

Worn February 15, 2012

Filed under: 52/366 Challenge — Tammy @ 8:00 am
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I think this old barn could use a new paint job….but look at all the personality it possesses!



16 Responses to “Worn”

  1. Tony Says:

    Seems as if especially those who are worn have personality!

  2. hmca14 Says:

    Being I struggle with camera distortion, my first impression is to admire how beautifully you handled this shot! Love the old weathered barns….it takes away all that attracts us to them in the first place when they are renovated. That was done to a beautiful barn in our area a few years ago. Interesting tiles(?) on the silo, as well.

  3. bonniegunkel Says:

    I love this! The textures are great and love how you chose only part of it for your focal point. And there’s rust…on the chimney! Win win! 🙂

  4. danudin Says:

    So your theory is that the more worn you get the more personality! There is hope for me yet! Isn’t there????

  5. Iris (Rose) Says:

    enjoy how the eye is led from one interesting texture to the next – well captured

  6. Mike Says:

    Yes, it does make quite a statement. Nice shot.

  7. Steve Says:

    This really nice Tammy!!

  8. John & Lois Says:

    Love all the textures and the crop of the top of the silo and a step up to the barn.

  9. Bobbie Says:

    So many different surfaces and textures, most of them chalky pale–and then there’s that brick in contrast–nice!

  10. Beautiful shot Tammy and PLEASE…let’s hope they DON’T paint it…it’s absolutely lovely as it is.

  11. Ericca Says:

    Beautiful capture… I really like the texture and coloring of the silo…. 🙂

  12. Steve Says:

    Love the composition of this Tammy…great shot

  13. lyur Says:

    this looks like a watercolour, super photo!

  14. PC PHOTO Says:

    As much as I like barn pics I must say I LOVE this composition!

  15. Sherrie Says:

    Hi Tammy,
    Beautiful shot! Love the brick on the silo. Have a great day!


  16. Lisa Says:

    Such lovely tones and composition.

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