Design & Photography

Time for Myself

March 2, 2011

This past weekend, I headed outside with camera in hand to capture some winter beauty around my area before it melted. It seems like I am forever drawn to these lovely old barns in my area. I just love how they look covered in snow. It was a hour spent of pure bliss, just me, my camera and God's beauty all around. Even though, I am wishing spring comes soon it was so relaxing and rejuvenating taking some time for myself during our winter wonderland. I am so glad I did, as the snow is now but a memory here and I would have missed capturing it.
Jan said...

Beautiful photo's! I'm anxious for Spring and green grass, opening the window and budding flowers :)

traci said...

gorgeous photos. i love old barns too. the always pull me in. have a wonderful day. i am so excited that i will actually meet you in May.

C'est Moi, Julie Marie said...

Hi Sheila... I love to escape by myself and capture the beauty surrounding me... those barns are so beautiful, I have an ongoing love affair with old barns... and your photos are gorgeous!... xoxo Julie Marie

A Vintage Chic said...

Gorgeous scenery, Sheila--sounds like a perfect way to spend some quiet time!

Wishing you another beautiful day, my friend!

Julie

Leah C said...

So glad you took a little time for yourself! Now, you know, winter is not my favorite season...but these big old barns do look wonderful in a blanket of snow:) Beautiful photos!

Counting Your Blessings said...

How exciting that you're coming to Na-Da in the Spring!! Your barn photos are lovely. I have a thing about old barns too. =)

Blessings... Polly
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Tracey said...

Wonderful, wonderful photos Sheila!!! I too love photographing the old barns! These are beautiful!

:) T

Alice said...

Just lovely! While I've been grumbling about the snow, a tiny part of me will miss the beauty and wonder of the white stuff. But that's the joy of living in Kansas--one appreciates the change of season.

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