Posted: December 26, 2013 in Barns, Bay Settlement, Canon 7D, Deserted, Details, Farms, Old buildings, Photography, Wabi Sabi, White, Winter

I put on so many layers of winter clothing this afternoon that I looked like the Michelin Man as I waddled down the road with my camera, bound for the Deserted Farm Around the Corner. I’d intended to get some lovely red barn/white snow shots, but was distracted by the peeling paint just inside one of the barns.






I did NOT see that coming. Generally, I approach December with a clenched jaw and when I can no longer stand it, I crawl under my desk and wait for it all to pass. This year, December was a good one and I truly loved every moment of it. However, I have not posted anything for two weeks nor have I been keeping up with my favorite blogs. (Yours is my favorite. You know that, right? And I am going right from here over to see what you have been doing.)

Happy Holidays to all of you who visit the Wabi Sabi blog and share insightful, witty reflections and comments…or just visit,  shake your head and move on. I do so enjoy your company and am grateful that you choose to spend a few minutes with me each week.

  1. Jeanne says:

    You are easily distracted, with marvelous results.

  2. Jean Harper says:

    These are great. Love #2 with well worn brush and well worn paint….lots of stories in those curls.

  3. andykidd says:

    I also an a backtracker. Happy New Year Wabi Sabi 🙂

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