Gladys’ Barn

This is from an old Polaroid of my neighbor’s barn in Las Lomas near Watsonville, California.  I took it so I could make a sketch of the barn.  Now I’ve tried to help it along with Kim Klassen’s Back-In texture.  I’m linking it to Barn Charm.

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14 Responses to Gladys’ Barn

  1. Tricia says:

    What a cool old barn… love the Coke sign! =)

    Thanks for joining!

  2. LOVE that Coca-Cola sign and the old boards leaned against the one side.

  3. Beautiful. I wonder if it’s still standing? Love the Coke sign.

  4. debi says:

    Great Barn, I love barn advertisement. I love the texture effect.

  5. Elaine says:

    I love the old barn and your texturing. Good work!

  6. Rose says:

    I have a friend who would love that Coke sign!

  7. Mari says:

    It’s a wonderful old barn, and the Coke sign just makes it that much better!

  8. genie says:

    What a dreamy job you did with kIm’s texture. I really love it. There is nothing better that a big COKE sign on the side. That is that final punch of a touch to the shot. It is such fun to find cool old barns still standing even though they are in disrepair. genie

  9. Judy says:

    Love what you did to the photo and the Coke sign really adds to it.

  10. Dianna says:

    Beautiful! I love the old Coca-cola sign – brings back memories of the old buildings of my childhood.

  11. Nani says:

    Great barn! The old coke sign and the fact that it’s an old Polaroid only make the shot better@

  12. firasz says:

    Nice little barn. Good composition.
    I feel it would look horror after sunsets 😉

  13. carole says:

    That is a really cool shot! And I love the old coke sign.

    I want a Polaroid. I’ve got a Holga that I play with, but it’s not ‘instant gratification’ like a Polaroid is. lol


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