There is a barn that like that I will always stop by if in the area. I had a plan to take a photo of it in 4 different seasons. I had 3 already and I just needed winter. Winter was the challenge for me. Cold, road conditions, weather changing every 5 minutes, etc. However my project is now complete! A few weekends ago we headed east and on the return trip I found myself passing the barn. With snow!
|Bonus geese on top.|
|Across the road from the barn|
It is hard to tell from the front angle that this barn is leaning quite a bit. The Spring picture was 2016 (notice the front is more intact). Summer and Fall 2017 and now Winter 2020! Next up, the barn with lightning, or the northern lights? Maybe a sunrise? It is facing the right direction for a sunrise behind it. That sounds like plan to me. Now to just get up early and go....
Stay inside, and safe and healthy everyone!
I love these kind of views through the seasons.ReplyDelete
Great series, well done, Jenn.
Have a wonderful new week and stay safe and healthy.
Thanks Bill! Now if only I could find an old photo of it back when she was new!Delete
That first one is perfect.ReplyDelete
Thanks BW! I love a nice barn!!Delete
...it looks great in all seasons, I hope that spring comes your way soon. We have snow today.ReplyDelete
Thanks Tom! We had a bit more snow the last couple days...that's spring in Alberta!!Delete
Very cool to see all 4 season shots together! So you can check this off your "to do" list.ReplyDelete
Thanks Debra! Now I have to get to all the places I haven't even seen once yet! hahaDelete
That's really neat Jenn, bravo on getting the four seasons shots!!ReplyDelete
Thanks Rain! Hope you're all doing well there! Humans and doggos!Delete
Well done! I've started several projects like that but have yet to complete one. Whatever you do next you'd better do it quick; that barn won't last forever!ReplyDelete
Hi John, yes it will be sad when the time comes and I drive down the highway and look over and don't see it anymore.Delete
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It is probably a good thing that you took this picture. I suspect that barn is not going to withstand too many more prairie winds.ReplyDelete
Hi David, You are likely right, although I have seen some old buildings that have seemingly impossible leans to them!! They were built to last for sure.Delete
Love those photos! Great series! Time on your part to capture the ravages of time!ReplyDelete
Thanks Marie, I think I like a lone barn against the prairie most of all!Delete
Thanks William, I think I might like old barns the best!Delete
These are great pics, Jenn!ReplyDelete
Thanks RedPat! Hope you're doing well!Delete
The barn has a "happy robot" facial expression.ReplyDelete
It really does!!Delete
so fun to see this, it is a beautiful barn!!!ReplyDelete
Thanks!! Yes, it's a lovely spot for a barn.Delete
Where abouts is this locatedReplyDelete
Where abouts are you located? This is in Central Alberta.Delete