Sunday, September 30, 2012

Barn Foundation

14 comments:

JPT said...

Nice.

Julie ScottsdaleDailyPhoto.com said...

nice composition

Andrea said...

This picture draws one inside....

Don and Krise said...

There is one very similar to this in the family. Your photo took me there in a second. Thanks Stephen.

Ananda girl said...

There's something wonderful about things made from rock like this or the stacked rock walls. Look at how that one bolder brown rock stands out. Don't you want to know what is behind that window?

Almost Precious said...

Interesting composition with the stone, window and weathered boards. That's a foundation that has been around for some time and, from the looks of it, will continue to be around for many more years.

ShEiLa said...

the construction of really old places intrigues me... can you imagine getting the stones to fit, relatively well anyway... then cementing them all in place.

ToOdLeS.

Sylvia said...

I love stone houses of all kinds. They are beautiful. I would love to have one, even if it was an old barn!

Dalva said...

Muito boa!

Mary Paquet said...

Right now I am especially taken with textures, having just completed some collage work. What a beauty you have here.

Cloudia said...

how do you do it?!

aloha-

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Kelly said...

...beautiful. Love the stonework. I can imagine how hard someone worked to put it in place.

Stephen Baird said...

Don and Krise,
That is precisely why I don't want to write stories to all my photos.
When you see a photo ... your story is the only one that matters and everyone has a different story.
Sometimes I do write ... but I could not display as much if I had tto write more than a title.
NikonSniper Steve

JamaGenie said...

What a wise man you are, Steve, not to write stories for your photos! From a technical standpoint, I love the textures and composition. But were I writing a caption, it'd have to be "Why I never would've made it as a pioneer".

The work that went into gathering those random stones from a field that had to be cleared of them for before a crop could be planted would've been my undoing! Forget fitting them together to make a foundation for the barn above.

Great shot!