I was lucky to fine this old barn still standing, the wind was very strong so I didn’t attempt to go inside

Nikon D300 and Nikkor 18-200mm lens

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  • Elaine  Manley
    Elaine Manleyalmost 6 years ago

    hmmmmm a good price? hehe great capture !

  • Thank you so much Lucinda:))

    – Kate Adams

  • Cheryl  Lunde
    Cheryl Lundealmost 6 years ago

    Unbelievable that this barn is still standing and a good thing you did not go inside. Great title and a great find.

  • Thanks Cheryl..yes I am also surprised it was still standing. it was swaying in the wind:))

    – Kate Adams

  • Lolabud
    Lolabudalmost 6 years ago

    A real fixer upper! Great shot. Good instinct not to go inside Kate. Great shot.

  • Hi Lolabud! hope you had a great holiday!..Thank you so much:))

    – Kate Adams

  • NancyC
    NancyCalmost 6 years ago

    Excellent find Kate. :)

  • Hi Nancy..sorry for delay..thanks so much:))

    – Kate Adams

  • WayoftheWarrior
    WayoftheWarrioralmost 6 years ago

    excellent

  • Thank you so much Tony:))

    – Kate Adams

  • Rick  Friedle
    Rick Friedlealmost 6 years ago

    Great capture!

  • Thank you again Rick:))

    – Kate Adams

  • CarolM
    CarolMalmost 6 years ago

    Sure glad you didn’t stop photographing barns. These last two are some of your best. This one is amazing. Still standing-I don’t know how. Excellent detail.

  • Thank you so much Carol!..I don’t see much else but barns and trucks around here right now..but it was a sunny day so went for a drive in the country:))

    – Kate Adams

  • Kasey Cline
    Kasey Clinealmost 6 years ago

    Oh yes Ms Kate this is a find. So sad!!! You did so good with the HDR (I am so jealous, just cannot get it I think I will go back to flowers) The colors rock and the depth is amazing!!! Good work my friend!

  • Thanks so much Ms Kasey!..you are doing great with your hdr’s..loved your truck..glad you liked this one:))

    – Kate Adams

  • Steve  Liptrot
    Steve Liptrotalmost 6 years ago

    Great find Kate. Why do they make barns etc out of wood in the US? Gets a bit windy I believe!

  • Thank you Steve and for the fav! I also don’t understand why the majority of barns are made of wood… something that has always fascinated me with originating in Europe where most old building are stone..maybe it’s a cost factor.

    – Kate Adams

  • Jonice
    Jonicealmost 6 years ago

    Wonderful Work Kate. Alot sadder then the last. Jonice

  • Thank you so much Jonice..glad you liked it:))

    – Kate Adams

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