Lean To

Submitted to Color Theory
Uploaded 5 Oct 2008 — 8 favorites
Spotlight This! Enter Shoot Out
Login Required

To add items to your favorites you must login.

Already have a JPG account?

Login

Need to create a JPG account?

Signup
Cancel
JPG+ Required

Collections are a JPG+ feature. You must be a JPG+ member to create new collections and to add photos to collections.

Sign up for JPG+ to start using collections now!

© Sharon Griffin
Views 198
Likes 0
Favorites 8
Comments 11
Would you like to also give a props comment to the photographer?
All dislikes require a comment. Please tell us why you do not like this photo.

More of Sharon Griffin’s Photos

  • Ocean Wheat
  • Lean To
  • Irish Beauty
  • Sands of Time

Submitted to Color Theory

  • True Colors
  • Lean To
  • Many windows & a single man!
  • deep purple?!
Photo Info
UploadedOctober 6, 2008
TakenApril 14, 2007
MakeEastman Kodak Company
ModelKODAK EASYSHARE Z710 ZOOM DIGITAL CAMERA
Exposure1/160 sec at f/2.7999999523163
FlashNo Flash
Focal Length6.3000001907349 mm
ISO64
Categories
No categories yet.
Tags
No tags yet.

Q: How do I download my original images?

A: Do you know?

Photo license: © All rights reserved

That's what they call a structure about to fall down. Looks as if this old tobacco barn is ready to blow over with the next gust of wind !

11 responses

  • Patty Gross

    Patty Gross (Deleted) gave props (5 Oct 2008):

    This is a real goodie, Sharon!! Love it. (Uh, Dave said to tell you that you should put some siding on it.

  • Oregon Curly

    Oregon Curly (Deleted) gave props (5 Oct 2008):

    I love the old building photos, and this is one of the best! Sepia tone is perfect. Thanks for preserving this building in photo form.

  • Judy Wanamaker

    Judy Wanamaker (Deleted) gave props (5 Oct 2008):

    Nice capture of a wonderful piece of American history. Sepia is perfect.

  • Kathy Hardin

    Kathy Hardin gave props (5 Oct 2008):

    nice find

  • Sherry Davis Johnson

    Sherry Davis Johnson gave props (5 Oct 2008):

    Amazing that it's still standing.

  • Lynn H

    Lynn H (Deleted) gave props (5 Oct 2008):

    Wow.....wondering how it's still standing! Cool shot, Sharon!

  • Rob Roy

    Rob Roy (Deleted) gave props (6 Oct 2008):

    What's interesting here is how that old barn was built. Appears to have horizontal boards as the primary "skin", but vertical boards nailed onto the outside of that [right side]. Also appears to be corrugated sheet metal [tin?] on the left. Was the latter once covering the entire structure; and if so, where is it now? Was it reprocessed? Perhaps I'm driving it around!!! Nostalgic image, Sharon, and the sepia tone is very appropriately applied here!

  • Sharon Griffin

    Sharon Griffin said (6 Oct 2008):

    These old storage barns were built at least 100 years ago out of hand-hewed local timber. As the years wore on, the farmer's would patch them up with anything they could find, from corrugated tin metal to tar paper. Unfortunately, there are very few of them left.
    Thanks to all for your interest and comments.

  • Karen K Smith

    Karen K Smith gave props (13 Jun 2009):

    Excellent image....YEAH!

  • Michael Ball

    Michael Ball gave props (15 Jun 2009):

    In your honor! My vote!

  • Ron LaFond

    Ron LaFond gave props (21 Aug 2009):

    I know you're not with us, Sharon. At least not physically. I'm sure you are here watching what we post in spirit. I miss your photos and your input. I'm voting "Yeah!", Ron

To add your comment, Log in or sign up!

Please Login or Sign Up

You must be logged in to enter photos into JPG Shoot Out contests.
Login or Sign Up