Wednesday, September 29, 2010

Red Barn, White Snow and Blue Sky

No we didn't get hit with a freak September snow storm. lol, I took this picture last February.
When the weather cools down I like to pack up my camera and go for long drives exploring and finding interesting things to photograph. I saw this nice looking red barn sticking out like a sore thumb in a sea of white.

35 comments:

  1. I love the contrast between the red and the white of the snow. Greetings.

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  2. Ok - you had me nervous there for a minute...snow in September. Something usually reserved for Minnesota. Glad this beautiful shot wasn't taken this morning. ;)

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  3. Beautiful shot but please not yet!!! I am still just leaving the beach:))

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  4. This picture is all red, white and blue. A very American setting.

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  5. This is just beautiful. Seems like someone wants some snow soon :) LOL Very nice james :)

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  6. Great shot. That's a fancy cupola! Good thing it's warm, we're expecting several inches of rain tomorrow, imagine that in snow!!

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  7. Great shot of a picturesque setting! As warm as it has been here on the Gulf Coast (until just yesterday) I might have welcomed a little snow.

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  8. I love this! I have a picture of an old barn on my photo blog today, but it is quite different than this shot. This is so serene. Makes me want to jump ahead to Christmas!

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  9. A beautiful photo- so serene and harmonious.

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  10. While exploring back roads of Pennsylvania this week, am discovering just how full of beautiful red barns Pennsylvania is... amazing what is out there... This one is really lovely, and I love how the snow stuck to the sides of the trees... odd that...

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  11. vraiment il n'y a plus de saison ;o)) beau paysage sous la neige et belle maison

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  12. A very patriotic Winter scene. :)

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  13. My first thought was 'snow already!'.

    It's the kind of scene one associates with American films.

    Lucy

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  14. I'm glad it's not snowing there yet! lol What a beautiful picture. The sharp color contrasts and shadows are great!

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  15. Sun and snow, my unsatieted dream..

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  16. So romantic scenery with a beautiful landscape and so blessed sunny day!
    Hugs
    Léia

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  17. I love Tinicum. It is where I go when I just need to daydream in the beauty. I usually don't head out there in the snow though. Fall is a great time for me. Your shot is beautiful.

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  18. on dirait une carte postale c est magnifique !

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  19. I love old barns, period, but especially red ones in snow... very Christmas-y!

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  20. It´s amazing, specially the color of the sky!
    Greetings

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  21. Now you've gone and done it. I'm just champing at the bit to make a reverse coast to coast road trip! Yesterday I talked myself into believing it was cool because it was in the low 90's!

    I love the way the white striped trees lead one back welcomingly to the warm red barn. The scene is so fresh, so well composed, I can believe I am actually there.

    This country has such variety!

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  22. Beautiful contrasts in this photo! A taste of things to come soon?

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  23. Beautiful...I like the snow unspoiled by footsteps!

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  24. beautiful shot. I love country scenes. so peaceful.

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  25. Oh my oh my I thought you are hit by a snow storm in the beginning of Fall!! Hahaha makes me really freak out for I live here in MI and who knows what we get for the next hour. Lovely shot!! Thanks for sharing!

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  26. What a marvelous capture, James! I love the red barn -- particularly lovely against the snow and that blue, blue sky! What a perfect day and the perfect shot! Thanks as always for the fun! Hope you have a great weekend!

    Sylvia

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  27. Oh, and I meant to mention how striking the strips of snow are on each tree trunk! I've never seen anything quite like that! Amazing!

    Sylvia

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  28. Beautiful! Robert Frost would have loved it too. That February snow was blowing in from the west.

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  29. Well me to did show a photo from last winter and did forget to write in the post that is was from last year so everybody did think that I was in a middle of a snow storm.
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  30. Lovely scene. Snow isn't that far away here.

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  31. James, I follow your other blog but after seeing your photos here, I will have to follow this one too! Great shots!!

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