This Barn’s on Fire!


Clover in foreground has lavender,

The red weeds are changing now.

Sun setting catches into flame,

A dull, gray barn is transformed!


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  1. Your photographs are so inspiring Robin and they seem to be more and more professional. What a beauty this one is.

    It is getting colder here, which we relish.

    I hope you had a lovely Thanksgiving.

    Hugs to you from us!

    • Beth, you are more than kind. ❀ I really think my subjects "do the work" for me! πŸ™‚
      I have been thrilled with occasional warm days, isn't this funny? We each wish for the other's weather.
      Our family Thanksgiving was such a blessing, grown children traveling a six hour round trip towing their children, as well as homemade prepared dishes. Mom was in "seventh heaven!" She adores the oldest great grandson, Skyler, who held her hand for a full half hour telling her about 7th grade. The toddler, Hendrix, was another one who caught her attention. Mom taught the little M & M girls a simple one-handed tune on the piano. . . (etc!)
      Hugs to you and Geoffrey!

    • I saved this one to share the warmth and brilliant light!
      The set of three photographs is now complete, taken close to November 15th. The first one displayed colorful trees and golden fields. The next one a big vine covered tripod, which no one could give a definitive identification.
      Today’s was usually a weathered, rather drab, gray barn, Merril. I love the word, “glorious!” πŸ™‚

    • Marissa, thanks for the humor displayed and thank goodness; no fire!
      This is the third post taken around November 15th. The sky lit up the colorful trees and fields (photo #1) then the tripod with fall colored vines, and this one. . . That’s all-ll, folks! πŸ˜‰

    • Thank you! It was such an amazing evening, this was picture #3 (I posted one with colorful trees and a golden field. Then, a second photo with a huge tripod with fall colored vines, I think it was either a weather vane or a windmill!) I spaced them out to share the radiant sunset’s special effects.

    • Thanks for enjoying this transformed barn. It is usually a weathered, gray barn, George. Funny thing, I was going to pull into a farm driveway, to capture the sunset. . . Got out facing East and thought this was more unique. πŸ™‚

    • Diana, this is my last of a trio of photos from mid-Novemeber. I love how the sun does this, too!
      (First the trees and golden field, second that radiant tripod which no one definitively identified, and this transformed dull, weathered gray barn.)

  2. Your photographs are amazing Robin, you capture the very essence of the scene you are viewing, exactly at the right moment in all their glory.
    I do love your talent in being so perceptive.

  3. That is a stunning capture! Wow! Talk about perfect timing! You got it.

    Also, I wanted to let you know I posted my Chihuly installation pics today πŸ™‚

    • No problem, Cindy. I am grateful for our friendship. I really don’t pay attention to my likes! Sometimes they aren’t loaded quickly enough for visitors to press Like. πŸ™‚

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