July 24, 2013nature, people places things, summer silo and dormers Sharonarchitecture, baileys habor, barn, door county, farm, farmscape, field, garden, green, landscape, light, Midwest, midwest photography, prairie, prairiescape, rural, travel, travel photography, wisconsin Like this:Like Loading...
Another truly fascinating barn Sharon :), with the windows it looks like it could be lived in ?
Hi there Nigel :-). It very well could be lived in! Yes, the windows look like dormers on a house instead of a barn
When I parked my CRV and started walking down the road to shoot, the farmer and his elderly father pulled up in their pickup and were full of questions for me and fun facts about their farm. They have been farming this land for generations. They host a renaissance fair in their timber every year. They have eagles and eaglets nesting in a tree on their property (and invited me to hop in the truck and go see them!). They had another huge barn right across from this one and seemed disappointed I wasn’t shooting it as well as this one.
I loved their enthusiasm. They were truly interested in outsiders and were so proud of their land!
Hello Sharon, That’s a great reaction isn’t it – It really helps when people take it as a compliment that you want to capture their land or home place. Makes you feel really happy that you showed an interest – Well done 🙂 🙂
A beautiful barn excellently captured, Sharon.
Hi there Scott! 🙂 Thank you for appreciating these barns. I know I shoot a lot of them but I just love them and can’t resist when I see one.