Thursday's Shots - Cotton Field

Thursday, October 13, 2011

Happy Thursday all! My goodness it has been a busy day of playing catch up. Today was the only day this week that we didn't have to run around to various daytime activities.  I had a mountain of laundry and lots of dust bunnies to tackle after several days of running here and there. Due to rain, soccer this evening was cancelled, so I'm finally getting a post up!

When we were heading home from our Girl Scout meeting the other day, I stopped by the side of the road to shoot these. I have passed the cotton fields several times on our way too and from this new homeschool GS troop my 6 year old has joined. I have been wanting to capture a few shots, but always seem to be in too much of a hurry. It was drizzling a little, but on our way home Tuesday I managed to capture a few pics of this cool old barn. I love the way it is weathered and overgrown with vines. It just has so much character!




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Dina @ 4 Lettre Words said...

I so LOVE that you stopped and did it! I say that I'm going to do that all the time, here, but never do.

Gorgeous captures!

Becky said...

Great shots and I love your edits. Those are my biggest weakness and I"m so inspired by other people's.

Thanks for coming by to comment on my photos today!

deb duty said...

What a fantastic old barn! I love the way it's covered in vines and the rusty roof. Your photos are wonderful!

Veronica said...

Love your processing! Great shots :)

Veronica Lee said...

Great shots!! Your edits are fantastic!

Happy Friday!

blueviolet said...

That's beautiful, and until I moved here, I wouldn't have even known that was cotton. It's so weird to me to see cotton and tobacco as the primary crops!

Kim said...

Beautiful photos. I love the processing, too. Something about old barns. :)

Connie Smiley said...

Beautiful, moody photos. I'm glad it was drizzly!

Maryvel Friesen said...

Wow!!! That is simply an amazing place and great photography!

ShonEjai said...

Oh wow! It looks like the land is recaiming itself. Great shot!

Jeanette said...

Beautiful shots!! Guess that barn isn't used much, with all the overgrowth and being surrounded by cotton, but it sure makes a wonderful photo.

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