Tuesday, February 7, 2012

Barn Charm #27

A drive by...Somewhere in Pa.

We usually stop and pull off the highway, so I can get my shot.
We were not able to stop, so this is a true drive by.
Straight out of the camera, I think it is a little blurry!!

I am so excited to be linking once again to Tricia's Barn Charm


Please follow the link above to view all the amazing,
charming barns from around the world!!


Hugs, Debbie

28 comments:

  1. Even your "drive by's" and unedited pictures are great...You just have the gift, don't you girl....

    I bet this old barn has some stories to tell, what do you think?

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  2. Blurry becomes it. I love a good drive-by!

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  3. I don't think it is blurry at all. It is a pretty spot isn't it. Love the greenery growing on the barn.

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  4. Drive by, huh? Pretty darn good for a drive by. Love that faded red. Great shot. (Visiting from Barn Charm.)

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  5. I am so glad I found your blog! I love love love your photos! And I am a HUGE fan of Purple!!

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  6. A nice drive-by!(I'm not stable enough to do that!)

    With the plant climbing up it, I wonder if it's a currently used barn? The colors are still sharp.

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  7. Beautiful barn!! Ths would make a nice painting....I can see doing it on a round sawblade!

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  8. Super good for a driveby. I'd have a massive blur. That's a great old barn.

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  9. Fabulous drive-by! I don't think it looks blurry at all. Love the colors!

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  10. i like the vine eating away into that one.

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  11. what a great barn. love the comment "a drive by" sounds funny. silly image comes to mind. ha. ha!! (:

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  12. I still like it...I have a few of these blurry shots myself.

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  13. Instead of blurry let's call it softened! Beautiful barn, and good job on the drive-by!

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  14. I like your drive-by shooting! This is a great looking barn with the vine growing on it. Love the color, too.

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  15. Debbie, it is great for a drive-by. My favorite are the red barns. Thanks for the visit to my blog and the positive words. Have a great evening!

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  16. HI Debbie...I love this one...
    Did anybody shot back or did you get out of Dodge before they had a chance!! ; } lol
    Grace

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  17. Very nice! I've said it before...but I do love the old barns!!

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  18. Blurry?? Naw, its soft focus ;)
    I like the vines.

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  19. Try Picnik...It's free and will be around till April 19th...then it closes :(
    You don't need to understand anything about editing. Just click on different filters and see what they do to your shot. It's fun. If you like it, upload Picasa.It's free and similar to Picnik (I think they are actually sisters). It's a good place to start. I would love to see what you can do with your orchid!

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  20. That was an awesome shot. Congratulations on finding it, and having the good eye to capture it.

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  21. It's not blurry - you got a great drive by shot!

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  22. I actually think this is a wonderful photo, not blurry at all!

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  23. Wonderful barn, Debbie. I think it's a beautiful capture. :)

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  24. Pretty... It still has color...

    "Successful marriage
    is leading innovative lives together,
    being open, non-programed.
    It's a free fall: how you handle
    each new thing as it comes along."


    ~Joseph Campbell

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  25. Nice barn shot.

    Regards and best wishes

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  26. A lil worn & not like most Pa barns, but she's still a beauty to me! That one is more like the ones we see around here! LoL!

    Thanks for joining =)

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