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Sunday, June 3, 2012

Barn Charm from Maryland


Kent County, Maryland ~ 2012


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

31 comments:

  1. really like the processing on this!

    (hope buddy is okay!)

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  2. What a lovely picture! It has a lonely feel, because of the processing I think - and I love it!

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  3. Great shot. Reminds us of all the farms we grew up near in Pennsylvania.

    Darryl and Ruth :)

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  4. This is beautiful, Genie! Love your effect! I always like seeing the silos, too.

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  5. beautiful barns and nice texture your use :)

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  6. Very lovely Genie, like a beautiful painting. I love the silos n barn shots. Have a great day.

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  7. Fine barns seen through the eyes of time. Nicely done.

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  8. Ok, now, that's an awesome image... love the texture, it really fits the barns & silo... and the feel or mood of the shot! =)

    Thank you muches & bunches in advance for joining =)

    I don't get the new blogger, either, but I guess I'll have to learn... the old blogger wasn't broken, so why do they feel the need to fix what ain't broke? Ya know?! Sheesh! =0

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  9. I love those barns. Great shots.

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  10. Genie, this is wonderful!
    It almost looks like a painting to me.
    Have a wonderful week ahead!
    xo.

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  11. What great old barns in a lovely landscape setting!
    Your texture work makes it very painterly. :)
    Are you out for summer?

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  12. Beautiful! Two nice looking barns. Love the textures.

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  13. This is most definitely a barn charm!

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  14. A nice photo on it's own and your slight processing made it even better!

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  15. I'm delighted by this image, I like a lot the vintage effect, it's gorgeous!
    Léia

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  16. A lovely barn, those building we don't see here around. Thanks for your comment.

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  17. Very nice barn - and love the processing! It adds to the natural charm.

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  18. oh this is a beautiful shot genie!! and i'll have to put beartown on our list of places to go. i remember your post a while back!

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  19. Mmmmmm, what a 'delicious', delightful scene!!!!

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  20. Nice barns- I wonder what is on the front of that one on the left.

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  21. So beautiful, love your vintage processing

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  22. Love how you made this photo look vintage!

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  23. I like how you worked this photo. The treatment looks so appropriate.

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