Project 52, Week 21 ~ ADT Barn


I thought this was a cool barn, and the tall grass surrounding it is nice too- especially after two hot, dry summers, and fields of brown straw. 
The farmers were out cutting hay today- it smelled so wonderful. 
This barn is protected by ADT,  (see the little blue sign?)  but I'm afraid they've left the front door open.
:)

*textured up with Nancy Claeys' "Arapaho"

Tuesday Muse,  Barn Charm Rurality Blog Hop & Project 52 

54 comments:

  1. Like this one a lot, looks like a painting
    betsy

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  2. Your photos are amazing. I love them. They make me want to investigate and experience them!

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  3. a cool shot with a nice roughed texture.

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  4. Hahaha! Although, it's kind of sad for some reason to think it needs ADT protection. I love the rough wood.

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  5. A really nice edit of this. I love the texture. This barn is full of stories.

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  6. It's a great barn and your editing is wonderful. I love the protected by ADT with the door open. :)

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  7. Love what you did to the photo!

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  8. It is like an art painting... very pretty. sandie

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  9. Wonderful shot. I also love the verse scrolling at the bottom of your post.
    Have a good night.

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  10. LOVE old barns! LOL about the ADT...too funny! Great photo finishing technique--goes well with the subject.
    Blessings,
    Aimee

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  11. Nice shot. I like the old rusty equipment outside.

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  12. Great picture... looks like a beautiful forgotten treasure!!

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  13. Great barn photo, Terri... I also love to smell freshly cut hay this time of year. We love to take rides in the country and roll down the windows just to smell the air... Awesome.
    Hugs,
    Betsy

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  14. It looks like oil painting or acrylic. Amazing photo.

    Blessings and Bear hugs!
    Bears Noting
    Life in the Urban Forest (poetry)

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  15. Very, very nicely processed.

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  16. oh i love this one...beautifully done!

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  17. An old trick to "borrow" ADT signs from other properties and post them as you will. Not saying I've ever done that, but I've heard about it. Great shot Terri.

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  18. Terri it is a beautiful snap of a charming barn! Texture lovely!! I am so happy you have green this year. Us too.. :) Love the texture and trees and sky above the roof of the barn. We had some BIG wind and storms last night and one of our big Oaks came down. Yikes! We shoulda had ADT!

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  19. ADT has their work cut out for them.

    Gorgeous picture. I love how soft it is.

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  20. Beautiful barn...wish I had two or three of those.

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  21. Ah, this is really nice. Great picture!

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  22. A beautiful old barn and nice texture work!
    I'm smiling about the 'ADT' sign. Someone has a sense of humor.
    But then again you never know what might be inside. :)

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  23. Very artful, Terri! The softness of the grass is so pretty.

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  24. truly beautiful, i am thinking they are protecting it from people stealing all those old boards and destroying it.. it is funny though.... i wonder if there is a house near by

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  25. That's a cool photo! I'll bet the hay cutting smelled wonderful!

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  26. That is quite a cool barn and I like the texture you chose.

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  27. Haha, funny about the ADT sign! Wonder if it kept people away back in the day? Really neat photo!

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  28. WoW, gorgeous place and a beautiful image!!

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  29. Nice photo...and the editing truly adds to the charm.

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  30. Love this! Best barn I have seen!

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  31. Very beautiful! I hope you are safe from the storms today! Sweet hugs!

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  32. Ha! that's a good one! Maybe the ADT company is looking for a surprise attack!! Love the barn!

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  33. Beautiful processing. It took me awhile to see that little sign!

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  34. Oh Terri I absolutely love this. What a great scene and texture. Nothing like the smell of fresh hay. B

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  35. The photo technique looks like a painting. Nice.

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  36. That's stunning beautiful. I often smell freshly cut grass here out in the Country. Lovely.!

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  37. What a cool barn. And old rusty car parts, farm implements out front?

    My barn(s) for this week can be seen here....

    Noteworthy Musings - Barn Charm #136

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  38. There you go again. Turning an old barn into an absolute work of art!

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  39. How wonderful there has already been a harvesting of hay! Thia has to be fantastic news!

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  40. Weathered and full of character....a nice find♫ My Rurality: http://lauriekazmierczak.com/abstract/

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  41. Terri, This is great! Barns are cool :)

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  42. Great job on this old beauty! Thanks for joining =)

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  43. Beautiful capture, and I love your editing. We are behind up here, so no hay for a while. We're still trying to get things planted.

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  44. How funny! This is a beautiful picture that looks like a painting.

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  45. this is a great looking barn...resembles a painting, PS - would look good on canvas!!

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  46. Really?? Cutting hay already? Love the barn... Thank you for joining in 'Rurality Blog Hop #15' Hope to see you next Wednesday for #16...

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  47. Love this, Terri! A great capture of a beautiful barn, and wonderful processing! Really like the 'feel' of this image, and yes, it does look like a painting! I'm dropping in from Tuesday Muse ... hope you have a blessed weekend! :)

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  48. I love this pic of this old barn and the swoop off the side of it !

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