BROAD SIDE OF A BARN: MORE TEXTURE

Posted: November 17, 2014 in Architecture, Barns, Details, Farms, Old buildings, Old Wood, Photography, Red, Wabi Sabi, Wood

Continuing with an up-close look at the weathered surface of the barn. Given my fondness for all things red, photographing this building was a real treat.

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For the next shot, this is how it appears as a part of the barn, which in and of itself is pretty amazing:

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Now, with a one-quarter rotation…voila! Rug or wall-hanging.

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And finally, for some reason, the east side of the main barn decided to follow its own bliss for colors, but if you look carefully, there is a lovely conga line of red nail heads dancing across the top of the image. 

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Comments
  1. Karen Taylor says:

    Didn’t I say you could hang it on your wall? Navajo blanket! I like the third one the best, but it is the most familiar appearance. It lacks the textures in the others. They are all quite lovely and would make a fantastic addition to any setting. In like the idea of a headboard, but….

  2. sedge808 says:

    the red goes so well with the wood.

  3. Lignum Draco says:

    Those colours are rather amazing. Great shots.

  4. Marjorie says:

    Swooooon….. Chapter l

  5. John says:

    These are really, really great. I think old wood is one of the most fascinating things to look at (and photograph).

  6. I really like this image!

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