I took these photos two days ago. The day was cold, grey and blah. A typical winter day here consisting of cold air but little or no snow. I snapped a few of these on the way home from work. These scenes, I see every day. They become so familiar to me, like wrinkles on an old friend’s face. These Barns, the trail, trees, and homes are wrinkles in my world view. I guess in a way, I am to them, what they are to me, a wrinkle in their day. And now, as I present my world to you, they have become shared wrinkles in our lives. They are our little secrets, these scenes. Welcome to my world.
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Amazing photos as usual, but something in this collection makes me feel pensive or maybe gloomy in a nice sort of way.
Thanks, understand. 🙂
Thanks for following. I like your picture of the barn. Very quiet and peaceful. Makes me smile.
Thanks. I am glad I made you smile.
I love “A little bit of green.” At first, I didn’t see the green at all. I saw only a large gaping mouth with scary teeth — and I was fascinated enough as it was. But once again, you’ve enabled me to see that which I’d probably have missed… And I believe that that is the magic of your work…
Thanks so much Vivien. I am glad you like my work.
Beautiful photos. Thank you for sharing your world.
You are welcome. I love sharing my world. Thanks for taking the time to view it and for your lovely comment.
I like a little bit of rust. It just reminds us of how long we’ve been here.
Very true. Thanks Mary.
These are incredible. I want them on my wall.
Breathtaking — Simply breathtaking! 🙂
You’re welcome! 🙂
Beautiful stuff, mate.
The lonely path for me, I love all the trees..the barks got wrinkled and aged, but wood is a place, we can spend hours freely, winter sets in me, I feel cold and would freeze, but I can see a chimney..smell is coming of baked cake..its for me :)) yipeee
baked cake smell. Yummy.
it is..I am following that 😉
Hi there! Just wanted to let you know that I featured this post on my blog for this week! I’m featuring one post every day of the week (updated weekly), and yours is in the “Photography Friday” category. Feel free to check it out, it’s on the right hand side of my blog (you might have to scroll down a bit).
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Marie. Thanks so much! 🙂
My pleasure! Love your posts and photography.
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Something so beautiful about things that are weathered…showing they can withstand the test of time & nature.
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Enjoy the detail on the tree trunk and red roof line on the old barn. Nicely done.
Great job! The “red” picture is truly beautiful
Thanks so much sainzja.
Love your play with words and how you give character to objects and things. I love how we’re seen as wrinkles through the eyes of a tree. Thanks Seth, just through a brief scan of your blog – you’ve taught me a whole new world of word play and perspective change.
Thanks Luke. I am glad you like my words. Sometimes I wonder if they are a bit silly. 🙂 Glad to know they mean something to someone else.
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Beautiful photos! 🙂
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i enjoy the beauty in your photos simplicity!
I love these photos, particularly the one of the barn is so beautiful! You’re really talented 😀
Thanks so much. I am glad to hear you think so. 🙂
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Thanks H. Adventures.
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Love this, Seth. Is it okay if I repost it on my blog, theblogbabe.com (with links back)?
Yes, allison. Please do.
Such lovely photos. I love the weathered barn! You have such a great eye to see what you do and take pics of them.
Thanks so much Winnie.
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