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Tuesday, February 14, 2012

Two Silos and a Tree


The barns on this farm are being used, but it appears that these silos are not. What I found interesting was they are brick and are the first I have seen since becoming a part of Tricia’s Barn Charm.

This post is linked with Tricia’s "Barn Charm.”

28 comments:

  1. Beautiful! I love old silos and barns. Lovely texture gives it a real old touch.

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  2. Bricks! I say dismantle them and build a great looking patio. LOL No really... if they are just standing there unused, why not dismantle them and put them to use? They are charming.

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  3. Great photo. I'm generally not overly fond of textures but this one is nice.

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  4. this is so pretty genie! i love the softness of it, kind of a romantic look, how perfect for valentine's day!

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  5. Gorgeous composition and texture work.

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  6. Excellent post-processing for this photo.

    Regards and best wishes

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  7. It needs a friend to pass the days out there all alone!

    Nice texture work

    Thanks for joining =)

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  8. Brick! How cool. Love the colors and textures this neat shot.

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  9. Is that a tree growing out of the silo?!
    I love brick silos and wish they could be repurposed to something useful when they have served their old purpose.

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  10. I like what you done with them...

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  11. Great old silo. It looks like an oil painting.

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  12. That's was such a sweet comment you left & I had to swing by & say Thank You, you're too kind! =)

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  13. Genie I think this is a lovely capture. Silos are so cool. Your texture makes a very soft summer-like lazy country afternoon picture. Your picture makes me want to sit out in that field with a book and dream the afternoon away!

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  14. Great shot and love the texture!

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  15. Great photo and texture. It looks like a painting. I've never seen brick silo's either and I live in the middle farming land. I'll have to ask some of my farming friends about the brick....

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  16. Beautiful photo! Love the soft, dreamy texture and the muted colors. Silos are awesome!

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  17. I like how the one tree appears to be growing out of the top of the silo!
    I pass a similiar one on my way to and from wok each day. There are no other buildings remaining--just this brick silo on a hill. One day hopefully I'll be able to get a picture of it.
    You've done an awesome job showing it off---this looks more like a painting than a photograph!:>)

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  18. Love the old silo standing there in all its glory. Nice processing

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  19. I love the old silos, too bad most of them aren't used any more! Great photo!

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  20. I bet once upon a time there was an old barn BESIDE that silo, which is now gone and all that remains in the brick silo, and not even the roof of that!

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  21. ...looks like Keetha has the same thought as me. I bet there used to be a barn long ago right next to these two grand silos.

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  22. Wonderful! There is a painterly quality to this shot, Genie.

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  23. wow, thank you for sharing with us at barn charm. so pretty. i wonder where the barn is ... don't they usually have silos near the barns? or is there a reason for the lack of barn? (:

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  24. LOVE LOVE LOVE. What an story this barn/silo could tell. What filters did you use on this? I like it!

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