Marvelous capture! Love a whole barn full of shadows! Does look so cheerfully sunny! Hope you're enjoying a great weekend!Sylvia
Lovely, I like old barns and all the shadows improve this photo.
If one could only keep all the shadows of ones life securely in a barn and enjoy the sunshine .... I suppose it would get boring after a time of smooth sailing.Nice shots.
That is one scary looking barn!
Looks a little bit sad, but so wonderful! Great shots
I love it....great shadow shots...
Love the old shed, looks like one of my drives in Iowa...the snow has got to go though!!! Ours is gone and the flooding begins!
There is something so peaceful about this photo of the old barn, Carol. The sunlight creates nice shadows on the hay.
Beautiful, honeyed tones in those bales, and great texture in the barn. I especially like the second one.
haaaaaaaa le soleil ;O)
There is something so poignant about old barns. Seeing them fall apart is sad. But your shadow shots are beautiful!!
I think it's wonderful that whoever is storing this hay isn't giving up on this old barn!I notice the tree is in shadow too.these are really lovely shots Carol.: )
Still some snow there, I see - I like the golden straw (and the shadows).
Neat! I dunno if I would have spotted that or not.
How marvelous the pictures are! It is never easy to keep the details of the shadow. You have used the reflection from the ground to keep the inside of the barn, which was in the shadow to light up. Well done.
Oh, me! Oh, my! These are extraordinary!!!! I especially like the 'tight' shot!
Super shots! Whether the old barn or your excellent close-up of the hay and the shadows... this is great. Thank you for sharing!
I just love pics of barns around America. They are different from what you see elsewhere. Here we don't call them barns, we just call them sheds.
Just love old barns! The more weathered the better! Amazing how these lovely shadows on the hay seem so warm and inviting!
lovely capture of inside shadows from the outside.
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