Wednesday, March 2, 2011

Nostalgic

9 comments:

BJ Roan said...

I'm not sure whether I like it better in b&w or color. Both are great shots!

The Church Lady said...

Don't you wish you could explore inside? Those old barns have so much character.

don said...

A fine old barn to notice and shoot. I like both versions for their individual strengths. The barn has quite a foundation.

Georgia Girls said...

I love color, so I do prefer the second one. The b&w one does feel more wintry tho.
Yes, the stories these old barns could tell!

LV said...

I like both shots of the barn. The last is my favorite as it has a more earthy tone to it. Your header of the railroad TRACT ABOUT BLEW ME AWAY. THAT IS ONE DRAMATIC SHOT. ON MY CLOUDS, THE MAN IN FRONT IS LAYING ON HIS BACK, FACE UP, AND JUST BEHIND HIM, YOU SEE THE LADIES BOOBS AND THEN HER FACE LOOKING UP.

Becky and Gary said...

I love looking at old barns and trying to imagine what used to be in them. This one is a real charmer.
B.
I still love looking at your header too, and still waiting for that train coming beyond the bend..
B.

Tricia said...

WHAT A BEAUTY! I love it! Check out that stone foundation... gorgeous, just gorgeous! =)

dogsmom said...

I was thinking the same as the others. Both treatments of the photo have their own character and charm. The original photo is done well and gives you much to work with.

The subject is kinda pretty itself.

Rose said...

I really like this...I just love all old barns. And love rock foundations..