Wednesday, January 20, 2010

Barn, Bluegrass Scenic Byway, Lexington, Kentucky

What is it about barns? They're intriguing. I think because they come in all shapes and shapes, and all colors. Old warn barns are especially intriguing to me. This barn I photographed several years ago in the fall months when it was filled to the brim with tobacco (it's in a previous post). Now it sits with a wagon in the middle of it. This photograph was taken a few weeks ago during my trek along the Bluegrass Scenic Byway in Midway and Lexington, Kentucky. Any season, any weather, any where along the drive, you will see something to photograph. I think that's why I keep going back. It's really a nice drive and beautiful country. Enjoy!


  1. I'm enjoying your photography - I like this composition a lot. The negative quality is appealing.

  2. Yes, there is definite appeal in barns. I think there is some archetypal quality to barns that speak to us and remind us of the pioneer and homesteading days of our forefathers... They seem to have a feeling of the past, even if it's a modern barn in good repair. Lovely image, Carol!