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Barn Tour Under Overcast Skies

Posted in Photography by leahyetter on October 7, 2016

Our last art guild meeting took us on a barn tour. We’ve done this once before and it was a blast. We had the same blustery weather as the last one so it made for some soft lighting and an interesting sky. A lot of the barns in our area were built in the late 1800’s and early 1900’s. Here are just a few shots from that day.

The Shepard Barn

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©Leah Yetter Photographer

©Leah Yetter Photographer

Wood-vine and plain old nature is taking over this little homestead near the Douglas Barn.

The Artery Barn

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©Leah Yetter Photographer

©Leah Yetter Photographer

I just love the way the texture of barn wood photographs. And the old rusty horseshoes and metal fence make a nice subject as well.

Until next time…


 

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Barn Tour

Posted in Photography by leahyetter on March 27, 2013

Over the weekend our local art guild, in which I am a member of, went on a barn tour through our small town. We visited barns built in the 1930’s or earlier. It was such a cold and windy day but we powered through and really enjoyed it. I can’t wait to see the paintings that the artists will create from their snapshots. Below are a few of my favorites and you can see the whole tour and descriptions of the barns on my website by clicking HERE.

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Geringer Barn and log cabin built in 1912 or before.

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Mule Shoe Ranch Rock Barn, built in 1882 by Erasmus Nagel.

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inside the Mule Shoe Ranch Rock Barn, a curious gelding

Remember the big brown eye on the last post? Well, this is his big nose sniffing through!

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old coke bottles in the window of the Goodrich Barn built in 1915

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a sweet kitty cat visited us at the Baker Barn that was built in the early 1930’s.

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the color in the wood of the Birkle Barn built in the early 1930’s was a favorite among all the artists