Rejoice for the Day

Hello, hello!  Those of you regulars to my blog may have noticed that I successfully documented that barn down the road from me in all four seasons.  I drive by that thing all the time and really like looking at it, so it only made sense that I would stop to take pictures of it and post them on the blog.  In fact, I like the barn so much I even made one of the pictures into a black and white print and framed it.  I still have yet to hang it up, but it’s been framed.

Today, I have all four pictures up in one post.  I am hoping for your feedback with this one, really.  Please let me know which is your favorite.  Here they are; one barn, four seasons:

Spring

Summer

Fall

Winter

Apologies for not having all four the same size.  That smaller one was from my old WordPress theme which didn’t allow for larger pictures, so the final copy got resized accordingly.  I could redo it, but for the sake of time I was reusing what I already had uploaded on to my blog’s media library.  Also, I am wondering why those clouds in the winter pic look purple?  Things that make ya go hmmm…

So, which is your favorite?  Mine is a toss up between winter and spring.  I am leaning more towards winter though.

Thanks for stopping by, and thanks for your feedback.

Erika

Advertisements

6 Replies to “One Barn, Four Seasons”

  1. Actually I like fall. Not sure why that appeals but it just seems that the area just goes with that old barn. I love seeing old barns, too. Love your pictures.

    Like

  2. Hi Erika, I love reading your blog as you live SUCH a different life than I do. I don’t usually comment but as you’ve asked this is my opinion. I’m definitely with you as regards spring/winter, I think that’s because both pictures have clouds in the sky which adds bit of interest to that portion of the picture. However I’m going to choose winter as I prefer the white barn against the white snow. It looks as if the barn has grown organically from the ground which I think is because the age streaks on the barn are the same colour as the winter colours of the foliage, whereas I find the age marks v/s the verdant green of the spring grass a bit depressing and the barn looks sad. That’s my opinion anyway.

    Like

    1. I appreciate the wonderful feedback. Thanks for commenting. It’s always great to hear from a reader – helps to remind me that I do have a few others that follow along than just friends and family. 🙂
      I am a fan of the clouds in the pics too.

      Like

Don't leave yet! Tell me what you think.

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out /  Change )

Google photo

You are commenting using your Google account. Log Out /  Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )

Connecting to %s

%d bloggers like this: