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Wow, this looks like a postcard! Love the natural framing and touches of red!
Gorgeous capture and framing, Bonnie. What a lovely old building:)
Supurb shot — wonderful use of the tree to frame this shot.
As Jonicool has observed, this would make a good postcard.
Bonnie, this is stunning…I love the way you’ve framed it with the tree and it’s overhanging…um I can’t remember what it is…prevalant in the Florida bayouex if I’m not mistaken.Great wood grain on the barn and love the red of the flowers which ties in so beautifully/picks up on the red tailgate.
I’m so thrilled to see you back on RB and posting your brilliant photos!
Hi, Jan, and thanks for the comment; I appreciate your time and your thoughts. The gray stuff hanging from the tree branches is called Spanish moss, prevalent in the Deep South.
– Bonnie T. Barry
This is such a beautiful shot… I love the red contrasting colors of the flowers, with that trucks tailgate.
Thanks, Kimmie, for suggesting I resubmit this photo. The first time around it got very few views; it’s getting more attention and comments the second time around. I think there is a glitch in the RB “new works” segment that needs to be ironed out. Thanks again for the good advice.
Stunning photo.. Great details.
Such a beautiful old building, it just oozes history. j
How lovely is this! Firstly, the composition with the framing is perfect. The barn itself is a real rustic wonder and I love the decorative flowers. They tend to do that in the mountain areas of Europe too, with bright flowers adorning barns and even piles of logs!!! ;o)
Ah yes!!! That’s it Spanish moss!! I knew it was some kind of moss…maybe…but couldn’t recall any more than that. I mean, it has been a while since I lived in the states, so I might be excused!!Thank you for your kind words in reply…and you’re more than welcome any day, any time!