Tuesday, February 3, 2009

Barn behind the Trees

As I walked along Stewart Glen part of Burnt Bridge Creek Trail, I spotted this barn through the trees. It was hard to take a good photo of it because of all the trees -- no wonder I didn't see it before. I bet the times I walked that part of the trail, the leaves were on the trees and hid it even more. I'm not sure but it has a foundation, probably because of its proximity to the creek and possibility of flooding waters.




8 comments:

SandyCarlson said...

I think this is a lovely shot of the barn. Great atmosphere. Reminds me of a time of year when the air was lighter.

Linda said...

Just love those old barn/buildings pictures. So much history. I'm always amazed that they are still standing.

Gattina said...

Looks like a ghost house .... (shiver) !

Malyss said...

This series is absolutely fabulous! I love the colors, the light and the atmosphere..

Your EG Tour Guide said...

One really nice thing about winter is how certain things are revealed because there are no leaves on the trees. I LOVE old barns. They have soo much character.

Love Bears All Things said...

I like it. It has a lot of character. It looks like it has a basement. It reminds me of tobbaco barns.
Mama Bear

dot said...

Maybe it was some sort of mill?

Cindi said...

I really like shots like these. It's almost as if the barn is hiding because it's shy. I'm sure it has a story to tell...

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