Winter Farm – 20/365

This is one of my favourite farms and has been my subject on several occasions. Each time I pass it, there seems to be something that draws me. This time the muted tones, the soft drawn out clouds and the gentle furrows outlined by the mostly melted snow were what inspired me to stop and photograph it again yesterday. That is the wonderful thing about photography. No two moments are ever the same. Each reflects a unique moment and can evoke powerful memories of seasons and times. Tomorrow it will all change again. We have another blizzard forecast.

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28 Responses

  1. How can one be bored seing this image!! I have every time this imagination of seeing green, white and brown waterstrips like a smooth wave coming down from that hummock in front of the barn, like the lines, when you draw through the hair with a comb! :o)

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  2. +Sumit Sen – thank you very much!

    Thanks a lot Janet. Yes, there is a real list to that barn. It's old, and on the move I guess. I hope they don't let it collapse, but I have seen others go that way. It costs a fortune to maintain an old barn like that, and I am not sure they keep animals any more, so it's possibly too much to spend for the beauty when the usefulness is gone. Not untypical of this region. +Janet Patterson 

    +Heiko Mahr – thank you for that lovely comment. No pressure on me to keep it interesting, for you then, LOL? I will do my best, my friend. We are in well over our knees today! (Snow, that is.)

    +HQSP Winners and +Suzi Harr – thank you so much for this! I am honoured. You do feature some wonderful work on your page!

    +Mari Luukkonen – thanks very much. You are welcome to lots of snow if you want it today, Just give me an address to send it to! (Steven might even pay you to take it away! 😉 )

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  3. +Daria Sytko – thank you for that lovely comment.

    It would be perfect for a horseride, +Jo A. Alderman !

    Thanks very much +Shelly Gunderson 
    Merci beaucoup +Paul Paradis et bonne journée!

    +Margaret Tompkins – thank you and you're welcome.

    Thanks very much +Jillian Chilson 

    +Rekha Rao – you and I share a love the shapes of bare trees! Thanks so much.

    +Ursula Klepper 🙂 – and I thought that people might be bored seeing the same farm again.

    Thank you +Tom Tran – I hope it brings back happy NS memories. I seem to remember that you know our province?

    Thanks so much +Howard L. Smith 

    +Lucky Yadav and +machdi yunus thank you. It is in Nova Scotia, Canada, in the farming region of the Annapolis Valley.

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  4. Congratulations! HQSP thinks your work is great and you have been included in the January +HQSP Winners  group for this shot!

    Well done, please check out the other winning shots on +HQSP Winners and look out for our Winners circle released at the end of each month 🙂

    Regards, +Suzi Harr 

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