A tour with me and my camera - barns, houses, birds, ocean - anything that catches my fancy - come along with me
Just think, though, how much more character such a thing has!
I like the first shot of the barn and fence! It does have character! Have a happy Monday!
I so enjoy the old barns and buildings! They all character that new ones lack. Have a great week, JoAnn.
What a shame this little barn is returning to nature, as you put it.
Nice stuff, JoAnn. Thanks for sharing.
Nice photos, the old barns have so much personality, yet in dying -
It may be returning to nature, but it looks like there is a lot life left. Tom The Backroads Traveller
Your first two photos remind me of an assignment from a college art class. We had to paint "desolate," among other descriptive words. That little barn and the lonely setting are exactly that!
Like so many old wood barns..slowly blending back in with nature.
Time and weather are not kind.To answer your question, we've not been to Rockport. Since we've moved here (5 years next month!) we've stayed occupied on the home front with one project after another. We hope this year to get out on the road more. We got a new-to-us smaller trailer in December that should make it easier to get around with our older towing vehicle. We'll see. There's always something more for DH to build or that needs work.
With a little tender care, this could be a truly beautiful area.
I really like these...looks like it is right after a rain! I love how rich the colors are.
Six words, now that's a challenge :)Enjoyed your snaps.Dianahttp://adifferentlenslens365.blogspot.co.nz/2015/02/rust-and-wood.html
It's so organic, almost as though it grew rather than having been built, it blends into the landscape perfectly.
It looks like someone has already dumped one shed into the stream nearby. Such is life... after usefulness, things are left to decay.
Very well described shed decay indeed! xx
This is just the way it should be.... returning back to its roots! Lovely view too.
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