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Sunday, February 6, 2011

The Barn

A reader asked if my header photo was taken by me.

Yes it was.

We were staying at a Bed & Breakfast in October and I was meandering down a gravel road behind the Inn at sunrise and much to my delight I found this barn.





The sun was hitting the field grasses just right.



I am ready to photograph barns, churches, and old buildings again.

Spring please get here.



grace surrounds us
Olive



33 comments:

  1. I love the way the sun catches the grass. A beautiful shot. I too can't wait for Spring to arrive.

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  2. Hi Olive, sooo beautiful!... seems like I remember that from the Barn Chicks party?... yes, hurry and get here Spring!... xoxo Julie Marie

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  3. You certainly captured those images in a wonderful light, Olive. Oh, I am so with you on this one - please let Spring not be late this year!! I am finding it very difficult to get motivated to do very much at all at the moment. The weather is SO dreary here in England this weekend :( I do count my blessings, of course, but it would be wonderful to have some brighter days!

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  4. Julie-other than my header these have not been posted before on Olive Out.

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  5. I am with you Olive...come on spring! As a lover of old barns, i always drool over your header when I visit. Thank you for telling the story :)

    Blessings!
    Gail

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  6. I love your photography, you have a wonderful talent. That barn photo is simply stunning.
    And I'm ready for spring too!

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  7. So beautiful....can't wait to see foilage again here!

    Jan

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  8. As much as I love these photos (and I do love 'em), I think I love the word meandering just a tad bit more. Conjures up beautiful images in my mind of you capturing these shots of prairie grass seemingly on fire.
    Debbie

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  9. That is something else Olive! You are really great at photography..I love the barns and buildings.

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  10. This is beautiful Olive. I love the header. Isn't morning light wonderful!

    The kids were at the lake last Fall when J and I left the condo before daylight, to catch that first light. They could not believe we were getting out that early. It was a wonderful adventure and a great photo op.:-)

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  11. Olive,
    These pictures are beautiful. I do love the way the sunlight is illuminating the grasses. Beautiful.

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  12. That is a gorgeous photo!! You captured that photo at the perfect time of day. I hope you have that one framed!!
    Jane

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  13. Olive,

    Beautiful photographs. I hope to do more barn hunting this summer in Maine. Haven't found too many old buildings in Florida!

    Have a wonderful week.

    Carol

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  14. Breathtaking Olive. I'm wanting a little colour in my day right now. Getting a little tired of all the white stuff outside still!

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  15. It looks like a painting, Olive! Just beautiful. I want spring to come to you too so I can look at more of your lovely photos. Ann

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  16. It really is a great photo Olive!

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  17. thanks for your comment on my post re children love your photos love old buildings have a great day. rose

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  18. These are just gorgeous photos!

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  19. Beautiful photo. And like you I am ready for Spring. It has been too cold here in NC. You header is so peaceful by the way. Stunning.

    Angie
    Linen + Verbena

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  20. Your header photo is one of my favorites. Love how the light plays on the grass. It's very ethereal.

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  21. Olive, your photograph reminds me of the house my grandparents lived in (with their large family) in Missouri. It is long gone, but a painting of it by a family member hangs in my dad's house. A beautiful photograph! Thank you!

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  22. Wow! I love your header and barn pictures. I have lots of barn pictures on film from when I used to live in New England. I absolutely love barns.
    I just read your chicken salad recipe and think I will have to try it this week. It looks delicious.
    Hope you are having a great weekend.

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  23. A beautiful photo! I know what you mean - I've not been posting very much on my photo blog because how many photos of snow can I take???

    xo
    Claudia

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  24. I haven't been taking as many pictures either. How much snow can you photograph? but come spring I feel the same way about flowers...go figure. Love your barn....so many have been destroyed from the snow....boo hoo
    xx
    c

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  25. You know that GA is supposed to get SNOW this week...don't you!!!!!
    I'm with you..ready to take more barn photos in warmer weather!!
    ♥'s
    Sherry

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  26. I love pictures of old houses ,so much character ,if only the walls could talk:)

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  27. Olive, those photos are so pretty. How wonderful that you decided to explore and came upon such a perfect photo op. laurie

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  28. I was wondering the same thing! I so enjoy your beautiful photography everytime I visit.

    Enjoy your day,
    Gail

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  29. I thought of you
    last Thursday when
    I pulled over to
    take a pic of a
    wonderful blueish-
    grey barn....With
    all the snow, it
    came out a little
    over exposed, but
    I think it might
    be cool with some
    textures, etc....
    Oh, I hear you
    about SPRING!!
    Happy Monday, T!
    xx Suzanne

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  30. I really like the last photo with the prominent seed head.

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I adore your comments. They are like finding unexpected chocolates. olive