T A Moulton Barn

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This topic contains 15 replies, has 8 voices, and was last updated by  Robert Apple 2 months, 2 weeks ago.

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  • #388214

    Robert Apple
    Moderator

    Was feeling a bit unconventional when I first photographed this structure

    T A Moulton Barn

  • #388219

    Dahlia Ambrose
    Keymaster

    This is a great image Robert. I like the geometry, textures and at the same time how it depicts the weather. Hope everything is ok where you are ๐Ÿ™‚

    • #388276

      Robert Apple
      Moderator

      Thanks Dahlia,
      Yeah were doing great, I know the news is getting almost ridiculous abut the weather. I know when I lived in Minnesota there was a two week period where it never got warmer than -20f. There may be some records being set but these are weather occurrences that have happened many time just in my life time. Where @kent is in Minnesota the city of Minneapolis, last I knew, had almost 10 miles on interconnected sky ways which were constructed just so people could travel between stores and businesses and stay out of the winter cold.

  • #388248

    JasenkaG
    Keymaster

    Hi Robert, great colors and composition ๐Ÿ™‚ Your image made me google T A Molton Barn!

    • #388277

      Robert Apple
      Moderator

      Thanks Jasenka,
      This is widely known as the most photographed barn in the world. part of my motivation to do something different.

  • #388259

    John Thompson
    Moderator

    I love it Robert.ย  The barn in the snow.ย  It was made for photographing.

    • #388278

      Robert Apple
      Moderator

      Thanks John, it was good combination.

  • #388280

    Tom M
    Participant

    Definitely has character. Would like to see the rest of it please if you have it…

  • #388338

    Rob Eyers
    Participant

    Cudos for your approach to photograhing this iconic structure Robert. Iโ€™ve not seen another like it and it stands well on itโ€™s own.

  • #388344

    Graham Hart
    Participant

    Great take on a common theme in these hallowed pages Robert. I love the originality of this shot with the crisp textured woodwork standing out against the towering background. Something about seeing the door hinges and little details bring the viewer closer to what it was actually like to be there back in the day.

    • #388633

      Robert Apple
      Moderator

      Thank you Graham,

      I like your viewpoint.

  • #388357

    beth
    Participant

    it is a very unconventional photo of this over-photographed barn.ย  but it works.ย  excellent job seeing the details.

  • #388634

    Robert Apple
    Moderator

    Thanks Beth,Sometimes even a blind squirrel finds a nut.

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