Thursday, May 19, 2011

Thoughtless Thursday



31 comments:

  1. That's about as rustic as you can get.

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  2. She must've been well-purposed back in the day.

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  3. I love the perspective on this shot. Great work! :)

    PS - love your new header too.

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  4. i love this shot and the angle you took it from. :)

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  5. Wow,huge old barn! Is that Ivy or just some wild creeper growing up on the side of the barn?

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  6. Another great Kentucky barn. Love your new header with your Thouhtless Thursday photos. You really have an eye for the perfect photo.
    Will be making those brownies soon. Hubby and I drooled over the picture. Thanks for the hint about the chocolate chunks instead of chips. Everytime I see a chip now, I will think of it as "whimpy" LOL

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  7. One can always count on you for the most perfect pictures of country life, past and preset.--Inger

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  8. That looks just like a barn we had on some property growing up. It had a dirt floor and one year armadillos dug it all up. Boy was my grandpa peeved.

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  9. A great rustic wooden masterpiece. Please forgive the stupid question, but are these barns still in use?

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  10. Nice capture! I love shooting old farm buildings and there are a ton nearby. The stories those old walls could tell!

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  11. Liesl - I think that is just some random plant growing on the barn.

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  12. Inger - Thank you for the compliment. I do appreciate it.

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  13. VP - I don't think this one is being used, however many barns, (that look worse than this), are still in use around here.

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  14. Lovely photo! I like the angle looking up and the combination of greens and brown. The light is also very good.

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  15. Gorgeous. I have a thing for old barns.

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  16. Oh I love this barn! Great perspective.

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  17. God bless old barns. Once they go down, they are not replaced. They are going the way of the dinosaurs I'm afraid. "Say You Love Me" is playing! Thanks for the flashback!

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  18. You found a handsome old barn, Farmchick, and you present it well. I hope the wind doesn't blow hard around there!

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  19. I love your new header.....I too love barns! My grandfather had a huge red barn behind the home place and I only remember going there one time....I was so scared that a panther (which had been seen in the area) would get me...
    Wish I had spent more time there, now...
    thanks for sharing.
    Shug

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  20. I love old barns. My mom has an old barn on the farm I grew up on (next door) that needs to come down. I'd love to save the wood and use it for something. Furniture, indoor paneling, picture frames?

    First, someone's got to take it down and that's not a small job because it's not a small barn!

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  21. Love the new look of your blog!

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  22. Love the new look of your blog. You are so talented as a photographer!

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  23. I love ivy and vines growing on old buildings... I've always wanted a brick home with all that growing up the sides, but my hubby thinks it will just cause cracks and critters...

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  24. I love the angle, color and all!!!

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  25. I think I've read that the upward angle is ALWAYS flattering. But am I the only who wouldn't mind living in such a structure if it were stable and had all the modern comforts? Some big windows, of course . . .

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  26. That is wonderful...You sure have a great eye!!

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  27. I love this old barn and also love your header.
    Your brownies from the last post sound so yummy that I think I will have to make them sometime this weekend.
    Have a great day!

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  28. Nice choice of angle. It makes it look more spectacular.

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  29. I love finding old barns to photograph. This one is beautiful! :)

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  30. Love old barns- and you've found a perfect one to photograph!

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