Weekly Photo Challenge: Broken

On the way home from Washington DC, we drove past many barns in a variety of disarray. This is one of the many along the interstate, somewhere close to the border of Maryland and West Virginia.

Barns are one of my favorite objects to photograph. They can be old, new, broken, or pristine. Even different shapes are intriguing. Barns have their own personalities that seem to call out, wanting us to listen to their story.

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16 thoughts on “Weekly Photo Challenge: Broken

    • Thanks! But I didn’t fade anything – other than the text in the corner. It was a foggy, rainy drive home. I love taking pictures in the fog and rain. The lighting adds special effects to the picture without any photo editing on my part. ๐Ÿ™‚

  1. What a great idea! Old broken buildings – you have inspired me. When I see old buildings like this I wonder who lived there and what happen to the people. You could almost write a short story based on the picture.

    • Me too, PIP! ๐Ÿ™‚ Part of the kids home schooling during the summer months (because they ask for things to do) is to write short stories or poems about buildings. This one was on their list, but somehow, they made the story involve robots! lol Thanks for the like!

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  3. Many fond memories and stories there, I’m sure.
    I like this photo a lot. Reminds me of my grandparent’s place in the country.
    Btw, Thank You, MJ, for mentioning my blog. Much appreciated.

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  9. very cool subject on broken. i agree with your comments on barns. while living in the upstate NY area for a while, i’d go out and find a barn on a back road to sketch each morning one autumn into winter. wow, you are so right every barn had it’s own look and story. way cool and thanks for the ping too. aloha.

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