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taggart Plus
17 47 14 United States
5 Oct 2017 1:33AM
Likely lots of critters still shelter inside!

a splendid image!
Daisymaye Plus
13 23 20 Canada
5 Oct 2017 1:35AM
I would have stopped too. A lovely old derelict barn. Great atmosphere, by gone days.
mlseawell 11 1 United States
5 Oct 2017 2:41AM
Lovely evocative image!

Mark
bliba Plus
16 2 Austria
5 Oct 2017 6:13AM
great capture
5 Oct 2017 7:43AM
Lovely gambrel roof on both the main building and the side building, Love the decay and neglect, and as you say the light was perfect for the capture.
5 Oct 2017 7:47AM
Glad you did ,great image .GrinGrin
IainHamer Plus
16 23 5 England
5 Oct 2017 8:18AM
Great image well worth stopping for. I would have stopped many times in different light to see how it looks

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Iain
Ted447 Plus
8 216 1 United Kingdom
5 Oct 2017 9:14AM
Lovely image. Ted. GrinGrin
5 Oct 2017 9:12PM
Doesn't look like its going to last long, wonderful image GrinGrin
dimalexa 5 5 Greece
5 Oct 2017 9:40PM
An excellent composition, with a celestial sensation. Great photo, Richard!
Dimitris

*** I tried a modification to "Flying high Canada's", with the eye of an architect, just to make more dynamic the composition, putting the birds on the diagonal direction. Unfortunately, by rotating, "ended" the sky (became less than needed for the image), so it was very tight, without the necessary space front of the right bird. So, I didn't like the result and I didn't upload it. My try did not mean any wrong in your photo, simply I wanted to discuss about one more optical dynamic. It does not matter, maybe another time...
Greetings, Dimitris
Aeros 4 12 1 Canada
6 Oct 2017 1:58AM
Doesn't look like its going to last long,

Paricia, That's the sad part of North America, a very short history (notwithstanding our First Nations cousins) and so, not a lot to preserve exacerbated by many buildings constructed with lumber.Sad Thanks for your visit and kind comment.
Aeros 4 12 1 Canada
6 Oct 2017 2:09AM
taggartPlus, DaisymayePlus, blibaPlus, mlseawell, wildfowler, ANNDORASBOXPlus, IainHamerPlus,
Ted447Plus, PMWilliamsPlus and dimalexa. Thank you all for your kind comments and generous support.
6 Oct 2017 4:36AM
Interesting west wing that sprouts off the side of the main barn... don`t see that very often in Canadian barns.
Stellar shot
cheers walt
Aeros 4 12 1 Canada
6 Oct 2017 8:20PM
Walt, The small wing is the milk house. The cows would be milked in their barn stalls, then the pales would be carried to the milk house to be cooled and readied for pick up by the milk truck. Yours is a keen observation, I agree this structural feature is not common here in NA.

I had a cousin in Wales, Tom Jones, he was a dairyman and I would spend many summer holidays on his farm. The River Virnwey provided some great Salmon and trout fishing. AH, the memories come flooding.

Thanks Walt for your visit and comments,Smile
Aeros 4 12 1 Canada
7 Oct 2017 6:53AM
Patricia, thank you so much for your user award, I am running behind on many things to do. Getting used to this forum is one of them. I hope I don't step on any toes by unintentionally missing to thank someone for voting etc., I'm doing my best to get up to speed.Blush
Aeros 4 12 1 Canada
7 Oct 2017 6:55AM
Mr. Doolittle, thank you so much for your encouragement with your user award, I'm honoured by your generousity.

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