Tag Archives: Barns
Joining in the thoughts posed by this challenge guide, at Lens and Pens by Sally, with today’s photos in black and white. Sally shares her thoughts “The forces of nature are under systematic attack. This assault exhausts me, because it … Continue reading
An old stable in the mountains of Colorado, deep in the grasses amidst the boulders. Gone unused in an unknown length of time. There’s a door in the background that can barely be seen in this photo; I was told … Continue reading
Isn’t it typical to be so grateful for what will soon be gone leaving today’s thanks for another time ~~~ Visit Colline‘s blog for more on gratitude
Nature whizzing by at 55 miles per hour. Nature pushed back off the road. Dried grasses, scrub brush, a barn just waiting there amidst the trees. I’m leaving the immediate rural area I live in soon, not too far away, … Continue reading
At day’s end fog slowly pulls over the hills a mother gently covering her children ~~~ Challenge coordinated by Lens and Pens by Sally
Early morning light fog receding over the hills fields of hay ~~~~~~~ I leave the fields of my neighborhood for a few days Have a safe Labor Day weekend; I’ll see everyone back here again next week.
April showers on their way Clouds loom large Animals cozy in their barn
What you get with zoom and low ISO, or at least that’s what I think created this image in a blurry state. Or was my hand shaking…that would be pretty much shaking. At any rate, I rather like how the … Continue reading
“Pardon me, would you have any Grey Poupon?” Thanks to Heublein marketing for the quote.