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Still Standing

Posted by
Mindi (Winfield, United States) on 15 July 2010 in Landscape & Rural and Portfolio.

They don't make them like they used to. The old barns have so much character.

NIKON D90 1/500 second F/22.0 ISO 1250 105 mm (35mm equiv.)

I appreciate people who post their EXIF data along with their photos...that has been a huge help in furthering my skills.
Thanks for looking at my blog. I may not always reply to comments, but your comment will allways send me to your blog. All comments are welcome and appreciated!

Eric Cousineau from Sherwood Park, Canada

Beautifully framed and composed Mindi! Well done! ;-)

15 Jul 2010 12:42pm

@Eric Cousineau: Thank you Eric!

Linda (MOM) from United States

Awesome picture...didn't get any good ones from the other side? Would have been neat if you could have gotten the creek in it to...Just so majestic standing there...

15 Jul 2010 1:47pm

@Linda (MOM): Yes I did get a nice shot of the other side and it will post in a couple of days. I didnt see a creek. Thanks for the complement mom.

Phil David Alexander Morris from Canada

This is truly amazing -- never seen one so elaborate. They made a number of them here in Saskatchewan with fieldstone and wood like this. I would love to hear the story of this amazing building, miraculously still in use !!

15 Jul 2010 11:17pm

@Phil David Alexander Morris: It is so much prettier in person. I'm not from the area where this was taken - I was passing through (rural Illinois). I was in awe of this building, and didn’t want to pass up the opportunity to get a shot of it. Thank you for the complement!

Debbie Clem from United States

Mindi, you do such an amazing job!!! I go by this barn alot and I never noticed how beautiful it was until you posted this picture. You are an amazing photographer!!!!

17 Jul 2010 1:47am

@Debbie Clem: That's so nice of you Deb...thank you!!

Elaine Hancock from Rockville, United States

Really nice composition! I like photographing old barns!

17 Jul 2010 2:21pm

@Elaine Hancock: Thank you Elaine!

1/500 second
ISO 1250
105 mm (35mm equiv.)