sweet! the rust are perfect offsets.
Lovely photo…perfect for barn charm!
Very crooked, it might fall apart if you open it. Is there a door above it as well?
Oh I love that old weathered wood door. Nice perspective.
I like this old and worn out door. You photographed it so beautifully!!!
Sweet. The edit shows off the rust and weathered boards.
This is really a a charming barn photo. I love the way you’ve edited it.
I might be afraid to open it for fear it falls apart. Lovely photo. Have a great Thanksgiving!
Pretty composition Pat! Margie
The rusty fence, hinges, weathered siding and crooked door are great all together.
and a crooked rusted fence. Beautiful composition!
Such a charming photo! Happy Thanksgiving!
Cute little crooked door and crooked rusty fence!
So simple and so beautiful!
That crooked little door doesn’t look like it’s swung on those rusty hinges for awhile considering the clumps of grass growing in front of it.🙂
Nicely weathered wood!
That wasn’t the correct link to mine Pat – sorry. This one is my post.
Not a right angle in sight!
Cheers – Stewart M – Australia
I’ve got more than a few of those around here!🙂
Gefällt mir sehr!!
I love the diagonal lines in the image….sigh!
Beautiful shot! Love the weathered wood, the crooked door and the rusty gate!
Very creative picture !!
every one is so quick this week … i’m falling behind on my commenting. there is much to be done for Thanksgiving!! hope you are well. i love the weathered barn. great shot. have a great holiday!! big hugs. ( :
What a cool door!!!
That little guy looks like trouble. Probably getting ready to steal seed from the bird feeders. LOL
That’s a lovely rustic looking photo! Well done, pat!
Great framing Pat. Like a piece of art!
Wonderful!! I love old barns & doors!
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