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19th Century Farmhouse

By KingArthur
Driving through some marvellous remote country lanes, I couldn't help stopping by this rustic 19th century farmhouse on the outskirts of Tal-Virtu territory.

Visibly weather-beaten though still in use, this historic farm building remains one of the very few surviving structures of its kind in these parts. It gives us roots to our rural ancestors who reared both family and cattle together in such farm buildings ..... how time changes man and his ways!

I hope you find the shot to your liking, viewing larger should look better.

Joe

Specs -
f/13.0 @ 1/400sec.
27mm
ISO 200 RAW

Tags: General Architecture Landscape and travel 19th century farmhouse Tal-virtu Rustic architecture

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Comments


Misteree 9 2 Australia
18 Apr 2007 5:45AM
Great shot

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AlanBW 10 20 England
18 Apr 2007 7:07AM
Nice one Joe, excellent composition and lighting
DolphinLady 10 54 1 Wales
18 Apr 2007 8:28AM
A wonderful composition Joe.
The large version shows so much detail, it's amazing.
I love that sky.
Hilary
Gecko 10 25 Australia
18 Apr 2007 8:36AM
Interesting image and story, thanks for sharing. Pam
sunshot 11 24 United Kingdom
18 Apr 2007 10:22AM
the detail in the large version is awesome joe, well done.

marc.
edcat 9
18 Apr 2007 2:42PM
beat me to it ....................... was still fidling with mine lol...................great job
taggart Plus
12 46 13 United States
18 Apr 2007 3:06PM
Curious old building-- I have heard of the barn and house being together to conserve heat, energy

Tons of detail and color in your image-- Thanks for sharing, Jennnnn
18 Apr 2007 7:28PM
Looks like King Arthur's castel. No wonder did it attract you. Smile
Johanna
MikeEG 9 10 United Kingdom
18 Apr 2007 8:01PM
Lots of detail, could count every brick, well composed and a lovely sky as a bonus, well seen and taken.

MikeEG.
18 Apr 2007 10:32PM
Lovely composition, interesting to know the building is still being used, looks terrific against the beautiful deep blue sky, excellent detail.
Les

Hopefully you have some sort of conservation policy that will ensure it's continued existence.
18 Apr 2007 11:56PM
Superb capture with beautiful colors and textures.

Kent
wyatturp 10 2 England
19 Apr 2007 8:16AM
Like the shadows and detail in this picture.

Doug
canongirl08 11 18 United Kingdom
19 Apr 2007 9:32AM
Beautiful capture Joe
click
regards
chelseak
Maiwand Plus
9 3 72 England
19 Apr 2007 3:34PM
Apologies Joe for taking so long to spot this. Unmistakably your work and another in this wonderful series. Spot on.
Ron
exposure 12 3.7k England
19 Apr 2007 8:52PM
Beautiful detail light sky tones and composition.
Pauline.
BertC 9 29 Malta
19 Apr 2007 8:55PM
Nice one Joe ... lovely colour.
Bert
JimV 10 6 3 Canada
19 Apr 2007 9:11PM
Lovely composed shot Joe with lots of interest. L.v. is excellent!
Sorry I've missed a few, having computer probems which are ongoing, hoping to upload again soon :-(
Rgds., Jim

P.S. Hadn't voted before so now proud to be No.30!
Billlee 10 5.5k England
19 Apr 2007 9:21PM
Great comp, that is a very intense blue sky!
Possum 9 148 England
21 Apr 2007 8:57PM
I love the sharp geometry of the architecture, Joe.
Allie
13 Sep 2007 1:11PM
What a moving shot! Those colours are just so brilliant.
MAc

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