Barn Charm. Feeling Blue?

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I like this little red barn. Like it. Lots. So, I don’t know why when I played with editing the darkness and blueness of it pleased me. One of the things I love about texture when people play with their pictures is seeing what makes them happy in an edit. My mood for the day must be reflected in this picture. I did it for Barn Charm last week and then PROcrastinated and found all kinds of reasons not to post. Myself is such a PROcrastinator. What’s up with that? The people that call Little Red here their own, they must be PROcrastinators too. Or maybe they couldn’t decide red or white for this fence. Maybe they like the fence red and white. Was the fence red and now they like white. White now red? What I really love about this picture is that sweet little tree leaning toward the silo. Really. That tree has a life. That tree has a presence. Personality is what that little tree has. I gotta have a tree in a Barn Charm photo! Whoa! You do not want to google PROcrastinator after admitting to PROcrastination and asking “What’s up with that?”. No you do not.

With no further PROcrastination I am joining Tricia and the others at Barn Charm!

43 thoughts on “Barn Charm. Feeling Blue?

  1. speaking of moods, you are in a crazy one today! πŸ™‚ made me smile. i love this little red barn and personality plus tree!

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  2. I think that adorable tree has a crush on that silo…… πŸ˜€ Love the texture in the photo mostly because it makes it look like an oil painting on canvas….maybe an old painting that needs some cleaning…..LOL Whatever ELSE I could say, I must say that I love the whole thing – leaning tree and all.

    Pam (and Sam)

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  3. Well now I’m cetainly glad you quit PROcrastinating! I love that little tree too. Lovely barn. I’m starting to have trouble remembering where the barns were located. Love the edits you made. Very interesting.

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  4. I love what you did with this photo. And that tree…….. Can’t you just picture yourself sitting under that tree on a sunny day with a good book and a nice glass of red wine?

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    1. Yes! I can picture myself under that tree with a good book and a glass of wine! And speaking of books Kim I just finished the bestest book. Have you read The Dog Who Danced by Susan Wilson? If not you gotta read πŸ™‚

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  5. I love that gorgeous red barn! Wonder if they are in the process of painting the fence red or white? Or maybe they started and just quit. Hmmm.
    Speaking of PROcrastinating, I’ve been known to do that a lot myself! Oh, what the hay, make that A LOT!! πŸ™‚ Enjoy this beautiful Missouri weather we’re having now!

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  6. This is the perfect scene. Thanks for drawing my attention to the fence, I hadn’t noticed. It’s like the red ends near the corner of the barn. I guess we’ll never know why. Unless you keep it under surveillance…Hmmm, now you’ve got me wondering about PROcrastinating.

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    1. Thank you so much for thinking of Under the Oaks for this award. Due to my befuddlement over accepting awards and my PROcrastination about passing them on I decided a few months ago to not do awards. I appreciate the kindness in thinking of me. I have made a brief visit to your blog and bookmarked it. I will be back to read more. So! You are a Missouri girl… πŸ™‚

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  7. what a great click – and your texture is the dot on the ‘i’, so to speak.
    love the two-toned fence which was left that way just for your camera πŸ™‚
    and the tree adds something to the image, too.
    thank you for sharing. happy Tuesday!

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  8. Oh, man, I have you beat in the procrastination department. I’ve missed two weeks in a row of Barn Charm, and if I don’t get moving toward my own laptop soon, I’ll miss another one. Love your barn and your processing.

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  9. Love it!! There is a blue denim-ish, canvas, dreamy quality to it that I love. Not to mention all the ingredients of the photo, including the barn.. awesome!! I don’t know what texture that is, Pix.. but you nailed it πŸ™‚ p.s. I am an old pro at procrastination myself. Darn good at it too! πŸ˜‰

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    1. Good Morning Tammy! I am soooooo happy to see you! I know you are staying busy but I miss you! Oooo Tammy PROcrastination is B.A.D. I have perfected it. That texture is pumpkin grunge, mutliply 80% or so. I think… πŸ™‚ Pumpkin Grunge for sure from Kim Klassen.

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  10. It’s kinda dark, but it looks like a beautiful lil barn & yes, I like the leaning tree, too. The barn, fence, tree, silo, etc… it’s all good!

    Thanks so much for joining =)

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  11. Procrastination is alive and well at my house. I’m a lazy bones and put off chores with everything but gardening. I think it’s like Spring fever or something.
    Great photo. The a honey of a story book barn. πŸ™‚

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