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Colorado Photograph - Abandoned Barn by Shannon Harrington

Abandoned Barn is a photograph by Shannon Harrington which was uploaded on March 20th, 2012.

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Great barn scene and the touch of snow adds to the beauty! v

Thank you Donna!

Wonderful rural scene and beautifully composed, love the bright spring light!

Thank you so much Jenny!

Beautiful scenery, Shannon. voted

Thank you Sophie!

I appreciate that Kathy, Thank You!

Love this Shannon! The colors and textures of this image are wonderful!

Thank You so much Dan!

I like also taking pictures of old huts and hambars, and than use them as inspiration for my paintings. We are the same is loving this kind of things:) I am enjoying now browsing your cool photos. And also thank you for your words! All the best!

Thank You so Much Don, I do not actually live in Colorado I was there for work for about 3 months and fell completely in love with it. This was taken in a state park west of Denver. I know you will enjoy your anniversary there no matter what part you got to and September would be the month I would choose to go back! Thanks again!

Well dadgum Shannon. I'd written a fairly long comment on this, and for some reason I can't find it now. Maybe this time will be a charm. I've not seen anything of your work that I'm anything but impressed with. You are GOOD! Having said that, I think this is my favorite of all. For all the world, it looks like it could be in the Blue Mountains of NE Oregon. We lived there for several years, and it's pretty special. What part of Colorado are you in? We plan on taking some time out there possibly for our 50th anniversary which is in September. Forgive me. I get sidetracked pretty easily. I love this piece of work. The colors are so very beautiful, and the composition is smack-dab on, in my opinion. When I look at this, my eyes go to the barn first, then follow that wonderful split rail fence down to the point that it makes that left angle. From that point, my eyes jump over to the other side's fence, then on to those wonderful trees (Ponderosa Pine?), then on to the forest covered hill. I know that a lot of people would say they are drawn to the fence first, then being led to the barn. I don't know why I don't see it that way, but that isn't important. What is important is the fact that you have just a marvelous photograph here, and I wish to goodness I could say it was mine. Thank you so much for putting it in A&F.

Thank you so much Mary, I love shooting old buildings.

Wonderful scene and love the fence and old barn. Great detail and colors.

Thanks Carson!

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