Friday, February 3, 2006

Barn Storming (again)

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We had a half rain, half wet snow come through this morning and since I had to run out for a bit and I always keep my camera right by the front door, I decided to go barnstorming again!  I swear I bet the owners of some of these old farm houses in my area that haven't sold out to the land developersyet, think I am some kind of farmhouse stalker! lol lol lol


I am surprised I haven't been peppered with buck shot the way I think I have the God given right to traipse around anywhere I damn please as long as I have my camera in hand! I can't help it....I LOVE THEM! lol


 


 

13 comments:

sunnyside46 said...

I hope your luck holds out, my firend. I love your pictures.
Marti

missy92980 said...

I am the EXACT same way!!  LOL ... so is my Dad.  He and I will stop dead in our tracks on the highway just to get that perfect barn shot!! And it is always worth it!  =-)
Kelly

chat2missie said...

I love pictures of barns!  Here in PA the Amish barns are beautiful!
Missie

cneinhorn said...

very nice...love the texture of the building and the feel of this photo.  

samnsmile5 said...

I really enjoy your photos...you do a fantastic job and it seems like a lot of fun to just be out there finding the right picture.  Great work!!
Michele
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shayshaydc said...

I always love your barn pictures!!!! http://journals.aol.com/shayshaydc/Golfaholic
Sharon:)

deslily said...

love old barns and old run down homes too.. have no idea what the attraction is lol.  You're lucky you live in an area where so many are to take pictures..  snap away!

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angelstorms70 said...

Beautiful picture, and I think there is a rule that if you have a camera in hand it makes it okay to traipse.  :)

plieck30 said...

I don't see anything wrong with taking pictures. In fact when the owners see what a great job you do they would most probably like it. Now taking boards off is another ball of wax. I wrote a poem about one of the old houses in this county. Useing my imagination as to who lived there and what they did. Later someone started taking boards off one by one to make crafts no doubt. They finally had to put up no tresspassing signs and block the gate. Beautiful pictures. Paula

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