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Friday, March 9, 2012

A Matter of Time

I've been watching this lil' shed for over 6 years now, and it's leaning a bit more and more as the months go by. I'm surprised with the strong wind storms we've had lately it hasn't bit the dust...it seems to be taking it's own sweet time.


A Matter of Time
It's just a matter of time~

Join us on the Friday Fences blog hop over at Jan & Jer's!

I'm off on an overnight work trip...with no internet...eeeeeKKK! But where I'm going, I hope to get a lot of cool shots like this one. I'll be back to check out your Friday Fences on Sunday.

16 comments:

Shirley said...

A perfect scene for black and white.

Dreaming said...

Imagine what that shed has seen over its life!

Tanya said...

that's a pretty picture....enjoy your trip!

Keepin' Up With The Jones said...

I can't wait to see the pictures you snap this weekend...
And, I agree, I always wonder what old structures have seen over their lifetime!

Have fun!

Candy C. said...

Great picture! Love the B&W!!

mugwump said...

Me, the shed, one in the same...tougher than we look!

Beth said...

love the black & white. great shot. (:

Linda said...

I love the simplicity of this shot...just the shed, the fence, some grass and lots of space. Great shot! I am rooting for that shed to hold on a little longer!

Rose said...

Oh, this is such a wonderful shot!!!!

Sherry said...

Perfect choice for B&W - lovely image - can just hear the wind blowing through the tall grass

Tatjana Parkacheva said...

Great black and white photography.

Regards and best wishes

Jan n Jer said...

Love this shot...poor little shed!

Crystal said...

Nice shot! We have some here like that old houses and stuff and always suprised when one is fallen over (and a little sad too)

Val said...

Thankfully I had an opportunity to photograph a shed for years before it got torn down and 'scrapped' out. It was a landmark here for us.

Directions to our place included...'turn at the tobacco shed'.

Sigh.
Love the photo!

Madge Bloom said...

I agree a strong wind or one deep snowfall and she'll be down for the count...

thecrazysheeplady said...

Interesting series of lines throughout the picture!

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