Watching Over Me by Evelina Kremsdorf

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A memory of this broken barn in my friend Jenn’s backyard. What a piece of eye candy it was for me every time I came to visit. Unfortunately it was swept away during a vicious tornado that ripped through Massachusetts in June 2011.
This one’s for you Jenn!

Wales, MA

  1. FEATURED in:

Canon Photography Only group on December 30, 2011
Massachusetts Scapes group on December 30, 2011
Live, Love, Dream group on December 30, 2011
Down On the Farm group on January 2, 2012
Backyard Photography group on January 4, 2012
Truly The Best group on January 28, 2012
Textured Unlimited group on February 21, 2012
Communities group on May 21, 2012

  1. WINNER of:

“Texture, Layers and Grunge, Oh My!” challenge in International Women’s Photography group on March 18, 2012

  1. TOP TEN place in:

“Old Farms/Houses/Barns” challenge in Textures Unlimited group on February 19, 2012

Canon EOS 500D
Canon 18-55mm @ 18mm
Shot on November 26, 2009
f/13, ISO 100, 1/8 sec

All images are the property of Evelina Kremsdorf and may not be used wholly or in part without the prior written permission of the copyright holder, including copying, duplicating, printing, publishing (even on a web site), reproducing, storing, or transmitting by any means what so ever.
© Evelina Kremsdorf 2009-2015

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  • Evelina Kremsdorf
    Evelina Kremsdorfabout 3 years ago

  • Manon Boily
    Manon Boilyabout 3 years ago

    a tornado? wow! I am a tornado and storm lover. I don’t want to die before I see one with my eyes. don’t worry…. not for the destructive side but for the beauty of the phenomenon, the extreme power of nature in action! the dream!… but sorry for your friend.
    anyway, the picture is beautiful! that red barn contrasting with the green forest is perfect and the treatment, gorgeous (I wish I can do that too). oh… the letter “K” on the barn’s door, is it for “Kremsdorf”? lol

  • Oh trust me, that tornado was unexpected and very unusual for the area but so powerful, I couldn’t recognize the area when I went to visit in September. It was horrible, I couldn’t believe my eyes. Forests were gone, not to mention houses.
    As far as the barn, it was not used, it was just sitting there broken but I loved it. It was my first abandoned subject :)
    And yeah, it was K was definitely for Kremsdorf. Even though it was built before I was born LOL
    Thanks girl!!! x

    – Evelina Kremsdorf

  • Sharon Kavanagh
    Sharon Kavanaghabout 3 years ago

    It’s such a beautiful building… Shame it was destroyed…

  • Thanks Sharon!! It was weird without it the last time I went there… :(

    – Evelina Kremsdorf

  • George Petrovsky
    George Petrovskyabout 3 years ago
    A beautiful picture and dedication – it’s very sad when such a photogenic subject is destroyed! Still, you have managed to preserve its memory for both of you. :)george
  • Thank you so much George! It’s definitely missed!

    – Evelina Kremsdorf

  • 7horses
    7horsesabout 3 years ago

    Very nice, beautiful colours

  • Thank you very much!

    – Evelina Kremsdorf

  • Clive Lewis-Hopkins.
    Clive Lewis-Ho...about 3 years ago

    Lovely earthy colours.

  • Kelvin Hughes
    Kelvin Hughesabout 3 years ago

    A beaytiful shot and excellent treatment too ’Lina

  • Carol Knudsen
    Carol Knudsenabout 3 years ago

    Such a beautiful memory to have Lina!! :) xx

  • Thomas Eggert
    Thomas Eggertabout 3 years ago

    Very dramatic shot Evelina….love the texture in the post work….

  • Lisa Knechtel
    Lisa Knechtelabout 3 years ago

    Mmmmm love it. So sad to hear it stands no more.

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