Photography The Rustic Barn Posted on December 8, 2017December 3, 2017 by Thomas Slatin December 2017Sharing Is Caring...FacebookTwitterPinterestLinkedInRedditMorePrintEmailLike this:Like Loading...Post Navigation Previous PostExtrinsic Next PostMotel Apocalypse (Alternate Take) 23 thoughts on “The Rustic Barn”The black and white photos signifies too that the hut that is made is very old to live. It seems to me like a small food place in the forest that may be there in the past.Loading...ReplyThe black & white is bad in this case. For one it just makes the shot and the subject LIFELESS. Not to mention I cannot see much. Sorry but got to ne honest here.Loading...ReplyThis looks an abadoned hut, that might collapse any time soon. But I like the background shown hereLoading...ReplyBlack and white with nature works well together. Lovely picture and this really looks abandoned.Loading...ReplyThat barn for sure looks rustic. Looks creepy, dangerous and horrifying. Was that the intention Thomas?Loading...ReplyBarn looking so creepy like where it can’t be ever use. But you did well with the shot. It’s just fineLoading...ReplyReally abandoned barn, just imagining what cause this. I hope this isn’t caused by COVIDLoading...ReplyThis place looks a bit creepy, I would hate being there late in the night.Loading...ReplyFor me it would be the house of terror because it is very horrible for my tastes, unfortunately, it is very neglected.Loading...ReplyI like how we get that little tidbit of the sign. Stoic photo as always.Loading...ReplyMeant to say legendary photo as always! Confused my words a bit. The lighting and camera focus is great.Loading...ReplyWow its really a rusty barn. The damage is beyond repair.Loading...ReplyWhat an old barn. It must have been abandoned years ago.Loading...ReplyThe barn is beyond repair. It’s at the end of its life.Loading...ReplyIt must have been a good barn in its day. Sad it had to go.Loading...ReplyYet another abandoned structure. You are really fond of these.Loading...ReplyI like the grayscale effect. It brings out a nice vintage feel.Loading...ReplyThe barn better be salvaged for its timber. That’s all it is good for in this state.Loading...ReplyThe barn may come down any moment. Better stay away from it.Loading...ReplyThe barn is so small. I wonder what it was used for.Loading...ReplyA cute little barn. It’s unfortunate that it is no longer in use.Loading...ReplyWhere was this taken? It looks very familiar.Loading...ReplyI can’t help but feel a bit sad looking at this. It was a nice barn.Loading...ReplyLeave a Reply to Wilson Jake Cancel replyYour email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *CommentName * Email * Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. Notify me of follow-up comments by email. Notify me of new posts by email. ΔThis site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.