135 of 365 for 2009 – Aged


I hate to see barns in such shape but this is an intriguing slow collapse. Kind of a buckling at the knees sort of fall.


~ by Ted R on May 16, 2009.

12 Responses to “135 of 365 for 2009 – Aged”

  1. Makes me wonder how any of the barn is still standing. I love old barns and the colors in your shot are fantastic.

  2. Wonderful shot. Good to photograph it now because I bet it won’t survive another winter….

  3. One of your best! What a wonderful composition and HDR is so perfect for this!!

  4. When I saw the title Ted, I was expecting a photo of you, hang on that looks pretty ramshackled, maybe it is. Lucky you used a fast shutter speed that could collapse just from the click of the lens. Beautiful Building Portrait.

  5. Great image of the crumbling building, especially against the gray sky.

  6. Too bad. This used to be a grand old barn. You notice that there is a pole braced up against the one section. Seems like a little late to keep it from falling. And only one pole?? Great shot, nice composition, colors, textures and contrasts.

  7. Nice shot, sometimes it costs more to take it down than to let it fall down. Looks like the approaching storm might just do it.

  8. Wow, doesn’t look like it will be standing much longer. Wonderful shot & HDR.

  9. Great shot of a dilapidated ruin – it looks almost alive and ready to lurch across the field!

  10. A slow implosion – great shot for the theme, it’s on it’s last legs.

  11. what a shame! makes for a spectacular photo though. love it!

  12. It is surprising that it is standing at all. Fine shot and I like your processing a lot.

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