Sometimes the old barns we cherish become a secondary feature in a shot, like this one, which we made on a trip with my wife to Madison, Wisc. The line corn stalks beneath a white clouded fall sky in Varona grabbed our attention was we drove by; the old wooden barn faded into the background. We picked the horizontal crop to accentuate the line of corn leading to the old barn. More of our barns are at www.ernestjschweitphotography.com. We'll post this one there for purchase.
I know that time of year we should be posting images of snow clad barns in fields of white, but I've had just about enough of the cold weather here in the midwest.
So as luck would have it, I stumbled upon this lovely fall setting we captured in Varona, Wis.
My wife and I were headed back from the farmer's market in Madison; our itinerary for the day included some "barning." So off the main drag we drove until we found this.
We enhanced the clouds a bit with Lightroom 5.2 and decided on the horizontal crop because the expansive landscape seemed to suggest that treatment.
We'll post this image for purchase on the "American Barns" gallery of our web page, www.ernestjschweitphotography.com.