Different roofing since original,
I am imagining and daydreaming.
Different grassy space overgrown
and covering instead of showing
stones or dirt path around barn.
The stone blocks and
wooden lathing look like the
original barn where
the two double door sets,
as well as two single doors,
(other full length barn photo)
look like they were made to serve
utilitarian purpose in milling and
farming community located in
~ Stratford on the Whetstone ~
Thanks for sticking by me,
as I tried to march through the
dense grass where I feared ticks
or other bugs would burrow
above my sock lines.
I could smell a marshy, loamy
peaty or earthy aroma, some mud
clumped onto the grid of the
soles of my tennis shoes.
This end of the barn especially
seemed to display its age,
along with the owner’s
respect for its history.
Whitewashed barn siding
and newer styled green roof.
I liked green paint around
windows and over boards.
Please check out a
wide collection of
on Norm Frampton’s blog:
Come on down here, y’all and visit
a fine and true piece of history!