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Wednesday, December 2, 2015

Fences...

More barns with fences...
I think I have posted another pic of this barn sometime recently but not this view.  There is not very much fencing in the shot but there is a little...
Then there is this...

this is the original straight out of the camera shot.  This is a building we pass quite often in Parke County.  I fiddled with it and came up with this version:
I don't like the sky as much: if I had wanted to take the time, I could probably have used Photoshop Elements and did better with it but just didn't want to take the time.

Updated to add this photo:  It isn't a barn and it has powerlines...but I still love it...
 It is taken through the windshield...can't resist this fall shot.
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21 comments:

Bethany Carson said...

Enjoyed your barns, and I love the beautiful fall colors!

Stephanie said...

Gorgeous tree shot in the last image. Great barn shots!

TexWisGirl said...

a nice drive around your area! like the old rusty-roofed place, too!

Nancy Chan said...

You have found some nice barns. Wow! Beautiful fall shot! Stunning!

Revrunner said...

THAT is one awesome tree. :-)

eileeninmd said...

Pretty collection of barns and fences. My favorite shot is the last shot with the beautiful tree. Have a happy day!

Sandra said...

you got the fence and the COLOR in that last shot. i love the two trees in the second photo... trees are my thing

Christine said...

I'd love to take a drive around your area! Great barns & fences but the colour of the fall trees & fences is a beauty!

EG CameraGirl said...

The tree in your bottom shot is stunning!

don said...

A very interesting series. The manipulation certainly brought you fence. I still like the fall colors too. A good shot despite the power lines.

Karen S. said...

I really enjoyed your presentation!

Terri @ Coloring Outside the Lines said...

Nice fence & barn shots, but the orange tree wins the day for coolest shot!!

Small City Scenes said...

I like the looks of that first barn--curious.
Also isn't that last one a great road to live on
MB

Cranberry Morning said...

As you've maybe noticed, I'm also a big fan of barns and fences! What a gorgeous maple!

Ida said...

All nice fences and barns but my top pick here today the white fence and the stunning fall trees.

CountryMum said...

The maple is stunning, the colours just so beautiful. Love autumn!

LV said...

When I see old buildings like these, I wonder what kind of story it could tell. Well done.

genie said...

Loved seeing all of your barns. I used to photograph them all the time, but when the barn blog ceased, I stopped. I need to start again. The raw wooden one looks like so many of the ones we have here in the county. Just one of those plain old metal fences that works very well.

Helma said...

Beautiful this several barns and fences.
The last picture with the huge tree is really great!

Margaret Adamson said...

Lovely barns and autumn colour in that last shot

Felicia said...

nice selection of fences and barns. love that orange tree

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