Man, do I love these two photos, that old metal chair is fantastic!I love to paint old abandoned barn scenes and this photo just calls to me. Don't worry, I wouldn't without your permission!
I want that chair! Love it...
The porch photos are very forlorn in feeling. You set the mood very well. -- barbara
Oh just GORGEOUS! So soulful!!! You're right. No words necessary!
I thought the EXACT same thing as Changes in the Wind; I WANT THAT CHAIR!! Beautiful shot, and I love the light coming in on the porch in picture #1.
I have no words either. Just enjoying. :)
Oh if that chair could tell its story, or maybe the porch. It all looks like a great beginning or end to a wonderful story! LOVE the pics!
My husband and I argue about chairs like that. I want one just like it, all chippy and weathered. He says if I get one, he's just gonna paint it so it doesn't look like crap. He just doesn't get it.
You can almost see the ghosts!!!See Yea George xxx
A two for one and one for two! Gorgeous. Kind regards.
I do love the photos. My Granny Walden had chairs like that on her wrap-around porch.God bless ya and have a glorious day!!! :o)
Kinda reminds me of my cottage. Except my cottage isn't chippy. I do like chippy and old looking. Nice photos!
Time at rest, at last.Please have a good Friday.daily athens
These would be beautiful framed together--Love it!Amy
I like the vintage effect you have on your photos Farm Chick. Do you photoshop them? This was such a good subject, and I loved the fence posts in the prior post.
I want that chair too! Your photos are amazing!
love the bit of red. have a lovely friday! xoxo
An 'expressive' chair with a perfect background.
That chair looks familiar? I think we had a couple of those around the house when I was a kid back in the old days :-)~Ron
Omigosh, what gorgeous images! Your blog is so beautiful!
Love these photos. Nice!!!
The second photo is my favorite, the red chair is gorgeous, I also like the details!Two very beautiful pictures ! bravo ! :))Bye**
Enjoyed your blog!
Wow - these are amazing photographs! Did you take them? Impressive! I just found your blog - love it! My husband often talks about moving to a small town and I'm such a city girl, so I'm interested to see your journey and how it's going for you!
Michelle - I have two rusty/crusty chairs outside that I dearly love. I wouldn't say that my husband does...but he tolerates them!
Pat - I generally do use photoshop elements or picnik...which is a great free photo editing web site.
Hey...it's a twofer! LOLI wonder what the story is behind that red chair. Kinda makes your imagination take over.
This is a great photo - Love it!
I love smalltown life! I glanced through your photos and realized I have taken many of those same pictures--in Alabama and Mississippi though. Looking forward to following you blog.