Texture Tuesday - Fab Free Easy Edition

I am joining in Kim Klassen's Texture Tuesday... 

Old barns just draw me in....  Beautiful time worn pieces of art.

Picture taken at NaDa Farms.

(Kim Klassen's Cinnamon Soft Light 40% - KK Stained Linen Darken 49%)

There is something so beautiful about old metal gates, wooden fence posts and rusty wire.

Picture taken at a local field leading up to an old barn. 

(Kim Klassen's Cinnamon Overlay 66% - KK Stained Linen Soft Light 73)

For more lovely textured photos click here....

Have a beautiful day, dear friends.


25 comments

Gypsy Brocante said...

You've captured the nada farm perfectly ... very peaceful and lovely! My pic today is also from nada. Thanks for sharing your talent ; )
xo
Jill

My Arts Desire said...

"Time worn pieces of art"...what a beautiful way to describe a barn! Lovely photos and processing. Xo, Sue

Bonnie said...

Fabulous work. Barns are 'time worn pieces of art' - especially for a true artist.

Barb said...

Wonderful photography and textures!

Uyen said...

absolutely beautiful! I also love old barns but there's none around where I live. :(

Leah C said...

The photos are fabulous!! Old barns are beautiful works of art...so rich with history...and worth preserving:)

T's Daily Treasures said...

Beautiful images. My summer holiday has begun as of this afternoon. :) Hope to get to many projects -- at least that's the plan. Best wishes to you, Tammy

debsea said...

you got me with the rusty gate. i love rust...
wonderful images!

Linda Makiej said...

Beautiful texture work!! :)

amber heagerty said...

Loving the fence post!

Carletta said...

I'm a country girl and these really speak to my heart.
I don't know which I like best.
Lovely works of art!
Carletta's Captures

Miriam said...

The barn is really beautiful and your texture work is gorgeous. You don't see many barns where I live, so I am pleased to see yours.

deb duty said...

I love barn photos! These are beautiful and the textures look wonderful.

Anne Marie... said...

what a cool picture of "the crib" and the texture looks neat on it

Kathleen said...

truly lovely photos!

Suz said...

Sheila,
I love what you are doing with the Kim Klassen textures. Of course, it is all Greek to me! Some day...maybe some day, I will learn to use an SLR! And then Photoshop, though I do have Elements (and don't quite understand it!). The barn is so beautiful. You have changed barns and roosters for me forever! After all, I grew up in South Dakota. I should start honoring their beauty!
Hugs,
Suz

Sarah said...

Beautiful!!! I have been loving your photography! Everything you do is gorgeous!!

C'est Moi, Julie Marie said...

Hi Sheila, those photos are so beautiful!... I LOVE old barns and anything to do with rural country life... you captured them beautifully!... xoxo Julie Marie

Vonda said...

I love old fences too-the textures just really work with them-great job.

Stampmouse said...

love the fence post. for some reason I am drawn to those pictures good job

Anonymous said...

Beautiful captures & love the textures... I have a Barn Charm meme that runs Monday evening thru Wed mornings, so if you like photographing old barns, swing by & check it out! =)

Kathy said...

I love photos of old barns. What great shots and great work with the textures.

Tracey said...

Sheila your pictures are gorgeous!!! I too love to photograph old barns and Anne Marie's is so beautiful!

Happy Thursday!

xo

:) T

p.s. the last 3 French Hens event is the same weekend as the Fall Na-Da sale...if you came again you could hit both! :)

traci said...

looks gorgeous. i love her crib. and i love that you captured that side of it.

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