This old, old home has been completely restored, and it is absolutely gorgeous. It looks to me to be Civil War vintage. I pass it each morning on my way to school so have been following the restoration on a daily basis.
This is a brand new barn, and it is one of the nicest I have ever seen. Love the star at the top.
Close up of the upper section.
Another shot of the front. Be sure to note the stone wall to the right rear.
Processing #1 of another shot.
Processing #2 of same shot.
This is what I assume is the spring house, root cellar, or a restored small storage building. I do not have the nerve to walk up onto the property to find out which it is so your guess is as good as mine.
Just for fun...this was the barn until I plugged the picture into one of my iPad apps called “My Patterns.” It’s lots of fun to play with when I have lots of time to spare because once I start cannot put it down! The patterns you can create are endless.
This post is linked with Barn Charm and The Creative Exchange.
nice work. Documenting and playing around a bit. Love what you did here. .)ReplyDelete
very cool. i do like that barn very much!ReplyDelete
Totally cool post, from top to bottom! I really like seeing the photos and learning from the text.ReplyDelete
Very interesting pictures! I love what you have done.ReplyDelete
The home and barn both look delightful and in keeping with each other, despite the age difference.ReplyDelete
What a great old house, and a wonderful barn! It's rare to see a new barn that is such a charmer!ReplyDelete
I love barns and I'm glad they are restoring and preserving it!ReplyDelete
LOve your Processing #2. I am really enjoying myself touring around your beautiful Barn now.ReplyDelete
Regarding the post of my Black and White Souvenir, it's actually a keychain. Thanks for the comment.
Have a blessed week!Genie.
These are wonderful photographs Genie! How rare it is to see a brand new barn, and I absolutely love the image of the spring house.ReplyDelete
Thank you so much for sharing at The Creative Exchange.
Have a beautiful week ahead!
Really nice barns! I like the effects. :)ReplyDelete
Your photos of these buildings are lovely-I like the way the views are through trees, and the treatments you have used on some of your pictures too.
Thanks for your visit and lovely comment!
Visiting from "The Creative Exchange". How fun to be able to follow this project for you! I really like the creativity of your "framing" in the first photo! The owners of the home would probably love that!ReplyDelete
such a lovely barn. I have seen some barns in illinois that are better than the houses. Gotta care for those critters! Thanks for stopping by my blog! JeanneReplyDelete
These are a great selection of pictures, I love the star on that barn.ReplyDelete
Thanks for coming over and leaving a comment, it's appreciated. :)
What a beautifully restored home! It must have been fun to watch the progress. Your photos are nicely processed to enhance the colors and textures. The last one looks like a neat quilt pattern.ReplyDelete
What a beautiful property!! Love it!ReplyDelete
Love the barn. Great pictures!ReplyDelete
Oh, very, very nice. And I like the pattern you created...it would make a nice quilt design.ReplyDelete
I love what you've done with these photos. especially that first one with that gold frame. how do you do that? happy day to you Genie.ReplyDelete
I think the owners of that house should have your first photo hanging on their wall. :)
I love that stone wall in front of the house.
While the barn may be new I really like the vintage look of it. The cool pattern at the top of the barn - ventilation maybe - and the centered star is a lovely decorative addition.
LOVE that dreamy shot of the little log house!
Wonderful shots. I like very much processing 2 shot. Lovely feelings :)ReplyDelete
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Great selection of photos.ReplyDelete
Love the old restored home and the barn.
Wonderful series, all fall through the atmosphere inpregnada, delicious colors, I love those pictures, my favorite is the spring house. Nice last composition.ReplyDelete
What a pretty barn...love your processing!ReplyDelete
Wow great shots...and love love the edits!ReplyDelete
You're telling me that someone just built that barn? Made of wood? Just recently? I'm shocked! Most people that build new barns these days use metal... That's incredible! You have to find the owner & give them a hug for me for this! WoW! It's a gorgeous barn, of course, but I'm so amazed that it's built of wood & the stone wall is such a beautiful added bonus!!!ReplyDelete
Thank you so much for joining in & linking up! =)
Great photos. Love the star on the barn. Beautiful!ReplyDelete
This looks like a wonderful property. How fortunate that it's been lovingly restored. I bet the owners would enjoy having copies of your photos:) I really like the golden hued processing in #2!
Thank you so much for your kind comments on my blog. They mean a lot to me!
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Love the star too! I like how the new barn was built to match the restored house.ReplyDelete
I assume that lattice work at the peak is for ventilation - I like that!ReplyDelete
You seem to be having so much fun with these effects - perhaps i should experiment more...
beautiful scene...love all ur fotos!ReplyDelete
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Love your pics! I'd love to see the restoration day by day as well! It's beautiful! Maybe you can get a tour!ReplyDelete
Lovely barn. It may be new, but it feels/looks vintage. Great shots.ReplyDelete
I like the star too. Maybe when ours is all refurbished we'll have to add a star.
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