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The old barn

Not a lot to say about this. Ginnie likes barns so I will dedicate it to her. Suppose I could have added a crane or two

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The old barn

Not a lot to say about this. Ginnie likes barns so I will dedicate it to her. Suppose I could have added a crane or two

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comments (16)

  • Ray
  • Thailand
  • 29 Aug 2009, 04:24
Whao! Nice!

I like sheds of this ilk...not worth the effort of cleaning up...too interesting to knock down...no sweat required.
Bill Phillips: It will probably just fall down one day!
  • Chris
  • England
  • 29 Aug 2009, 06:39
You could have included a windmill as well
Bill Phillips: And a couple of rats perhaps
  • Astrid
  • Netherlands
  • 29 Aug 2009, 06:40
OMG......this is amazing, when it opened I thought of Ginnie and her love for this kind of pictures, I will send the link and let her see this one.
Great detail, sheds are a photographer's heaven...
You did a great job and I can tell you have fun with PSP 12.
Have a good day.
Bill Phillips: I do and with a few plug ins I have acquired along the way. Have a good day yourself. I have to go and help daughter Helen buy paint for her house. Then on Monday (a bank holiday here) Ange and I are going round to help with the painting which will be fun
  • Astrid
  • Netherlands
  • 29 Aug 2009, 06:40
AH.....I just saw Chris' his comment....... wink..yes why not a windmill too grin...
Bill Phillips: Why not indeed. and perhaps a rat eating a bacon sarnie!
  • Philine
  • Germany
  • 29 Aug 2009, 07:16
Oh, I presume that you -as a good friend of Chris- are just helping him in his shed to put his bench finally together again! Somehow I like this pic although "arg" twiddled! Holt di munter! (Westfalian dialect= put you together!)Nice ivy framing and a green outlook!
Bill Phillips: He is on his own with that bench. This picture is only twiddled a little!
nice one
right out there....
HDR ?? or Topaz??
Cheers
Rob
Bill Phillips: Topaz Rob.
Painting on a bank holiday Monday Bill hope they reward you with some lovely buttiessmile super stuff Bill.
Bill Phillips: That is part of the package Tim smile
Another fine twiddle Bill, just keep Chris away from the barn with his hammer.
Bill Phillips: Chris should not be allowed near anything with a hammer or any other tool
  • Ginnie
  • Atlanta, GA, United States
  • 29 Aug 2009, 11:58
Bill, I am most honored by this dedication! You know me well. A crane or 2, a windmill, a clock tower...a barn alone. You have made my day.

And that song. OMG! A new one for me and just wonderful. I'll have to remember it for those days when I do need to be put together again. Perfect for this barn. Thank you!
Bill Phillips: Hot Chocolate were very popular in the UK in the 70's. Errol Brown the singer also wrote a number of their songs (but not this one) He is no longer with the band who still appear, but aren't the same without him.
Love it Bill, very rustic smile
Bill Phillips: Rustic= falling down eh Davetongue By the way you aren't taking your car to the classic car show at Webbs Garden centre are you?
I wasn't aware of such an event to be honest. BUD's poorly at the moment anyway, he's in need of some tickling to his carburettor :-(
Bill Phillips: We could all do with thattongue
A great shot Bill, you see many a farm barn looking like this, they never seem to clear up or throw anything out on farms.
Bill Phillips: I must have been a farmer in a previous lifetongue
Sure Ginnie would like it ! And I do too !
Bill Phillips: She does! and I'm pleased you do too
  • Alan Rolfe
  • Great Britain (UK)
  • 29 Aug 2009, 19:18
Having just spent the day with Chris & Ellie, I now understand the significance of the windmill comment! The window shutter is reminiscent of some of my garden fence panels sad Lots to enjoy in this, Bill.
Bill Phillips: My fence was like this until we finally had a lovely new onesmile hope you had a great day with Chris and Ellie
I love this one Bill..So much to look at. Nice processing too.
Bill Phillips: Cheers Ron, a touch of Topaz
What a fascinating building! And what a variety of timber in it. Well seen.
Bill Phillips: A typical run down farm building, but there's lots of wood so I'm happysmile

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