Thursday, May 8, 2008

Sky Watch Friday 5-9

It's Sky Watch Friday and it's your chance to post your Sky pictures and go to Wiggers World to join. This is a pair of sheds that I pass on the way to work that I enjoy photographing. The yellow shed is usable but the green roofed shed is done for. This is not far from where I helped the snapping turtle.
I showed the green roofed shed once before during the Winter.
I hope you enjoyed them.

63 comments:

quintarantino said...

Those sheds are pretty cool ... and I also like the powerfull contrast between the two photos!

SandyCarlson said...

A little work and those barns will be perfectly functional! What a great view.

***Fotografia e Luz*** said...

very beautiful photos

Petunia said...

Lol! I guess it takes a little more than a little work to fix this. But the shots are great:D

Petunia

Old Wom Tigley said...

Great barns..great pictures and great sky watch post.
Tom

Craver Vii said...

Love them barns, Man! I see run down old barn remnants occasionally, and wonder why no one does a proper demo. But they make for cool photo opportunities, at least!

Hey, I finally went fishing last night! It was loads of fun! Now, I need to find a few good spots and buy more poles for the kids.

Michele (Rocky Mtn.Girl) said...

Ok, yep, I think that shed has seen its day. It looks like someone sat on it... wonder how much longer before it caves right on in!
Great photos.

Stacey Huston said...

I agree with sandy. I really wish people would try and preserve the old barns and buildings. They are so full of history..

Jenty said...

That's really ramshackled! I love the shots!

Voz do meu Coração said...

Excellent photographs and striking scenery. A veritable paradise to spend quiet holidays. Bjs

Daniel J Santos said...

great images, great sky watch.

Daniel J Santos said...

great images, great sky watch.

mirage2g said...

Pretty interesting area! great sky hovering them.

Rose said...

If you have ever looked back through my blog, you could probably guess that I would love these photos!

luiz.ramosforest said...

Great taken. Beautiful view.

Champ Townboy said...

Very cool photos!!

John said...

What a great view!

imac said...

great shots.


My Sky watch from Belvoir Castle Grounds are now up.

Ida said...

Beautiful. :)
Charming old sheds.
A very good motive.

Ida

david mcmahon said...

I love the difference between the two shots.

For The People said...

I don't get it. Were they taken at the same time? The sky is so different. I assume it is in the editing.

Me & my puppies said...

great sky watching

Shionge said...

Is it empty or someone is still managing it? Very quiet there FG.

dot said...

Nice shots! My kind of stuff.

Pernille's ting og tang said...

Lovely shots! I love photos like those two:)

fishing guy said...

To For The People: I took one at the beginning of April and one at the end of April. The winter lasted long but it got warm, wet and green very fast.

ellen b said...

Love the sheds and the sky!!
Have a great weekend..

nina said...

I have a feeling one day you'll pass and they won't be there anymore!
Nina at Nature Remains

BeachysCapeCodCupboard said...

Fabulous photos! I must say I love the sheds, too! Thanks for commenting on my blog - looks like more rain here tomorrow as well. =O

JunieRose2005 said...

Oh!!! This is the kind of things I love to see and photograph!

Junie

Aunt "B's" Backyard said...

Kinda sad, the old buildings have such character!

Sunshine4Life said...

Would love to walk in their during cloudy day! :) Cool pictures.

happy sky watching!

Anonymous said...

I love seeing sheds, especially old ones!

Carletta said...

I remember this shed! I like the second photo best.

Sherry said...

Love these shots!

Lilli & Nevada said...

Oh i love those kind of shots, sad to see the sheds that way tho

Judi-gmj said...

I think the sky is great!

Angie said...

I like those barns! This is a great sky watch post.

T.R. said...

Love those sheds. Great way to include old buildings.

Pretty Life Online said...

Fantastic entry for SWF! Happy weekend! Hope to see you in my corner too..

Anne-Berit said...

Great shots!

Dulce said...

Same places but different skies!
Love the music here! :-)

Marie said...

Nice view!

Juliana RW said...

nice shot

Mine in here Thanks

picturing said...

great view

Will you visit mine Thanks

Willard said...

Good photos. I always like to photograph such scenes.

It looks like a good place to see some wildlife unless there is a development screened from view by the trees.

Thanks for your many visits and comments on my blog!

Snap Catch said...

nice one for SWF! I fell from the sky. I'm a parachutist, and I missed my mark. Mine's up too hope you can visit.

babooshka said...

This is a nice peaceful scene.

shubd said...

All the yellow the green and th blue make for such a lovely picture . :)

Salty said...

Why do they always make more attractive photographic subjects when they are falling down and useless? Really cool shots!

nonizamboni said...

Great shots of this long-ago time. And I enjoyed reading about your encounter and rescue of the snapping turtle. I had never seen one until moving to MN and I posted on my experience last year.
http://nonizamboniblue.blogspot.com/2007/05/you-say-pliocene-i-say-miocene.html

Thanks for sharing!

LUIZ SANTILLI JR. said...

Beautiful contrat!

Have a good weekend!

Luiz

Your EG Tour Guide said...

It's sad to watch old buildings rot away, but maybe the green-roofed shed had a good life. ;-)

guild-rez said...

Great sheds and they need more than a lick of paint:-)
Great shots.

Lana G! said...

Love the contrast of the two photos!

Sandy said...

I agree with your eg tour guide. Nice photos!

napaboaniya said...

All it needs is a bit of reconstruction to make the sheds looking good :)

Tommy V said...

cool picsTommy V

JeFf & NoVa said...

i think it would be greener if its not during winter... that place would look great after the cold days...

JeFf & NoVa said...

nice photo... keep capturing many...

Travis said...

Those are some great photos. I love that first shot. Nice work, thanks for sharing. We have a lot of old shed like that around Iowa. I have often thought that I should photograph them.

Old Wom Tigley said...

Just calling back to see how ity went this week... you did well again with these great comments.
I have become quite a fan of these sheds and barns in the past year I've been blogging... it started of with one of Dots pictures then someone posted another and by the time I got to see the third I was hooks... same with the covered bridges..
Catch up again soon
tom

sandy's notes said...

Seeing buildings like these make me a little sad. There was probably a time when they functioned well and hard, and now mother nature has decided that it belongs to her once again.