The barns in Alberta are quite different than here in Ontario. They are generally smaller and the boards run horizontal as opposed to vertically here in Ontario.
We found this abandoned barn east of Edmonton. With the sun shining on it’s face and the windmill in the background I could just imagine a time when a farm family called this property home.
After a life of pulling and pushing and getting banged about this old tractor has retired to a field of wildflowers
We went on a road trip last week and I found this old tractor west of Buffalo N.Y. on the south shore of Lake Erie
I’m not sure how old this shed is but it has seen better days. But that’s what gives it it’s charm. This was taken in West Montrose near the Covered Bridge.
This is a 3 exposure HDR with some filters and a texture blend.
It was interesting to listen to people talk about the photo’s in the Studio Tour Exhibit this weekend. This one turned out to be one of the favorites. We had fun meeting the people touring the various studio’s and we had a lot of positive feed back. Thanks to all who came out.
The next show is Nov. 16th 5pm to 9pm in Elmira at the Township Administration Building. Christmas is just around the corner and you might see something you like!
This old building is still standing strong but it’s showing signs of the effect of the weather on wood and steel. The result is a beautiful blend of tones and textures. Shot in the Village of Ayton Ontario.
Processed in Lighroom, Photoshop, Topaz.
When I was a kid and left a door open my parents would say “were you born in a barn!” Well I guess this is proof of where this saying came from. This is a little barn just down the street from where I live. By the way – The door is usually closed.
Processed in Lightroom, Photoshop, Topaz
This abandoned barn is at the same location as the burnt out house I posted earlier. It is hard to imagine it once full of livestock.
3 exposure HDR. Photomatix, Photoshop and Lightroom