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Day 64 – This Old Barn

I have been driving around Northern Kentucky for days now looking for old barns.  Yesterday, we went to the pool with some friends of ours, and low and behold, right there was a very cool barn just waiting for me.

I used some contrast, shadowing and saturation just to bring out the colors a little more.


Day 51 – Red Barn

This one is not a Quilt Trail barn, but I thought it was pretty cool.  Macy wanted me to play around with the saturation and shadowing to see how it would look.  We’re pretty happy with the outcomes.

Red barn regular

Red barn low saturation

Red barn shadowing

Day 45 – Antique Wood Stove

There were a few other buildings in Rabbit Hash besides the General Store.  This old stove and tractor seat were actually sitting outside on the porch of the Art Gallery.  I did add some shadowing and saturation using Picasa to bring out some of the features.

Day 15 – Clock Tower

I absolutely love clock towers.  I have ever since I was a little girl and first saw the one on the Amtrak building in Richmond, Virginia.  (Thanks Rob, for helping me locate it again after all those years!)

This is the clock tower in the Main Strasse Village in Covington, KY.  Using Picasa, I played around with the saturation and I must say, I really like the results much better than the original.  I have posted both, first the saturated one, and then the original.