where observation and imagination meet nature in poetry
February 10, 2013 § 49 Comments
In her twilight years
the old barn shelters
wind and memories.
Tagged: aging, antique, barn, landscape, memories, shelter, twilight years, wind, wood
I love that photo!
I second that!
what a great combination of images
Great words and picture. Old barns like this have such character.
Love old barns and the houses that are sometimes around. Beautiful shot.
Your posts warm my heart each day. Observation and imagination definitely show us poetry in nature. And you express it beautifully. Thank you for the quite introspective moment you provide. Laura
I love that pic!! I enjoy taking photos of old buildings too!!
Love the image of the old barn sheltering wind.
just beautiful – can almost hear the wind there!
I love those old barns. Beautiful!
Castle of the Wind! When our kids were small there was a place just like this that we would often pass on our walks. We always referred to it as the Castle of the Wind. Wonderful memories came surging back with this image!
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This is a perfect picture for a horror story
A moving composition- happily tweeted forward.
I love old buildings like this…I always wonder what stories they could tell if they could speak???
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Although I don’t routinely comment, you need to know what a positive impact your work makes. Every one resonates profoundly. Good thing you don’t have a “like” button per post, you’d never be able to keep up with the notifications!! Thank you for sharing God bless you.
I love taking pictures of old barns, too. Great shot!
What a gorgeous photo, I love old barns.
Something about barns and farms are are so attractive to photographer’s! Nice!
When I see old structures like this, I yearn to know their stories and all the memories they hold. ~ Kat
great shot – what character.
O to be able to hear the barn’s stories! Thank you for refreshing memories of times past
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I’d love to turn an old barn into a house one day. Love the photo!
Old barns like this have log been subjects of my photos. This is a good one!
Beautiful words and image. I love old barns and you captured this one so nicely!
One of my favorites from you. Thank you.
Beautiful and nostalgic!
Lovely and sad.
I can just imagine a world from the past with its own memories.
Classic pic and poem-Terrific.
Very moving – reminiscent of a creaky old person with so much to tell about life.
and such memories they are!
There is something so poignant about an old timber shelter, never used. Beautiful photo.
Do you mind if I try to paint this image? Lovely.
Oh please do! I’d love to see what you create.
Thank you. I not very fast, but when I do give it a try I will share.
what a beautiful yet sad building – very nicely done.
Makes me miss New England. Hawaiian buildings don’t get this far – they crumble under the onslaught of tiny little wood-eating insects.
I love barns as well! Lovely.
Wonderful words to match a well worn wooden structure! I like old buildings.
Blessings ~ Wendy
I love old structures and have started collecting them myself. will share them soon.
So beautifully expressive. I love it.
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