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Sunday, April 22, 2012

Barns of Benton County

Today's barn is another oldie--they have so much more character! I love how this one is a weathered red which is mostly gray, then the bottom section of the front with the doors is bright red. So cool!


I did some post-processing using picmonkey.com. I'm no longer sad about picnik closing because picmonkey is such a close replacement. I'm anxious for them to add other options, like collages. 

I also got to take a rambling drive yesterday and found a ton of new barns! I'm so excited to share them over the next weeks. Recently we took a different route home and I stopped counting after 20 barns that I haven't photographed, including a bright kelly green barn, a yellow barn and a pink barn-turned-bridal-store. So fun! 

Stay tuned! 




8 comments:

  1. That is a lovely old barn. I popped into Picmonkey but don't know how to really use it yet. I have never used one of those programs before...so we'll see if I can figure it out.

    I can't WAIT to see that pink bridal barn! xo Diana

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  2. Oh, that is a beautiful photo. Love to see your pictures of barns.

    Have a nice new week

    Hugs

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  3. Great barn photo. I like seeing old barn still standing. Smiles, Susie(She Junks)

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  4. I live a mile behind that pink barn!!!

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  5. The others are cool finds, but this one is my fave, so far! What a beauty!

    A pink barn turned bridal store? Can't wait to see it & the others


    Thank you for joining =)

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  6. Hey Ellie, that was sure a very old-big barn! The photo was very well taken, I should say. And I love how you edit the whole thing, looks very great! Thanks for sharing http://www.picmonkey.com/, I'll sure check this photo editing site as well.

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