where observation and imagination meet nature in poetry
February 7, 2015 § 25 Comments
time has worn
the ruby from the clapboards
barns weathering winter
Tagged: barns, clapboards, endurance, farm, historic buildings, metal roof, old age, out buildings, outpost, shutters, tin roof, weather
Very interesting composition
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mmmmmmm… ruby from the clapboards…. 🙂
I love older barns, great pic and poem!! Hugz lisa and Bear
Time’s beginning to take it’s toll on this body as well! 🙂
Nice shot thanks.
As a barn builder I loved this post–thank you.
All your post so interesting and thoughtful. Sorry for the barn.
red barns across the water make my English heart sing 🙂
I love this – the composition of both photo and words.
i live by many bars such as these – a matter of fact, one marks the entrance of my subdivision. they are very mysterious to me – I wonder about their history, how they have come to be…
Missed your poems! Happy to read you again 🙂
I love old barns, great shot!
What a lovely way to view time.
The photo has a good combination of colors.
A lovely shot. So much charm in the weathered paint.
Such stories that barn could tell x
great shot – I love the fading reds. 🙂
What ghosts live yonder?
Wonderful vintage barns.
Sad ol’ barns – in need of some TLC. I always feel for neglected buildings, I can’t help myself!
Very beautiful photo shot!
Your image really has a sense of depth to it. Nice composition!
a perfect match!
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