Black and White Barn - Mars Hill, N.C. by Glenn Cecero

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Black and White Barn - Mars Hill, N.C. by 

Black and white version of Old Barn in Mars Hill on Crooked Creek Road, North Carolina, USA
Feature – “The world as we see it, or as we missed it”, “Peace Love & Tranquility”, “Superbly Visual”, “Totally Amateur Photography Group”, “Redbubble Boomers”, “United States – Monthly Themes”
2156 Views on February 10, 2014
Canon SD790 IS

My first camera was an Argus C3 given to me by my Uncle. Became interested and over the intervening years I have done photography and stopped, only to start again. Have begun again in the last 4 years with Canon Digital Point and Shoots. I have no training in the arts or photography. I have read some of Ansel Adam’s series, never finished.. I have learned a lot from seeing the fantastic images here.

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  • Hank Eder
    Hank Ederabout 4 years ago

    Very nice!!!!

  • Glenn Cecero
    Glenn Ceceroabout 4 years ago

    Mille Grazie, that barn looks good in colors.

  • trish725
    trish725almost 4 years ago

  • Glenn Cecero
    Glenn Ceceroalmost 4 years ago

    Thank you kindly!

  • Christine Annas
    Christine Annasalmost 4 years ago

    Love these old buildings and they are perfect for B&W!

  • I know what you mean. They ooze character

    – Glenn Cecero

  • Warren  Patten
    Warren Pattenalmost 4 years ago

    Very nice work Glenn.

  • I appreciate your comment, thanks

    – Glenn Cecero

  • lynell
    lynellalmost 4 years ago

    I was in North Carolina last weekend, such a pretty area. Nice work.

  • Howdy lynell, sorry for the late reply. First I envy you. Secondly, thanks for the kind words!

    – Glenn Cecero

  • RickDavis
    RickDavisalmost 4 years ago

    Hello Glenn,,,I love this photo of the old country barn,,,,,Rick

  • Hello Rick, I am pleased that you enjoyed it. Thanks for the comments!

    – Glenn Cecero

  • Cynthia Lund Torroll
    Cynthia Lund T...over 3 years ago

    There are probably many stories that old barn could tell.

  • Hello Cynthia,
    Yes, the time of the actual construction, probably decades of use. I believe these where used to hang and dry tobacco leaves. As is progress, there is a housing development where this was in past. Inglorious end! Progress!

    – Glenn Cecero

  • Luca Renoldi
    Luca Renoldiover 3 years ago

    beautiful shot

  • Thanks for your visit and comments! I like this one a lot also!

    – Glenn Cecero

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