It’s Thursday once again and time for another doors donation. This week I’m using photos taken while I was accompanied by my youngest daughter. Kirsten did me the courtesy of driving to and from Green Ridge to pay a visit for Mother’s Day. Was glad for a drive without rain. We’ve been getting our share lately and getting photos is easier when it’s dry outdoors. Plus, it makes for a lovely Mother’s Day!
The first barn we found to be photo-worthy — as well as not too far off into the horizon for our cell phone cameras. There’s only so much that these devices can capture where distance is involved.
Most definitely, without a doubt, a full force, working barn in its prime. And it was once as red as the last one. I hope the owners realize it’s a keeper. So tired of seeing them fall into decay and let go.
This last one is all about the composition. Wooden fence in the foreground and the metal shed tucked into the treeline. I can also hear voices from the past hollaring “Shut the door, ya think we live in a barn?!” Sorry, couldn’t resist.
Happy to have you stop by! Hope you will head on over to Dan’s at No Facilities to see what everyone else has been up to in the Thursday Doors realm. He’ll direct you to the rest of us.