Old Buildings Photo Gallery
Old Buildings Photo Gallery

Even though old buildings and barns aren't really "nature" subjects, they appeal to me as an outdoor photographer because in many ways they provide similar experiences as when pursuing other outdoor images. I can photograph old buildings in natural light and a lot of times it's the atmosphere and composition of the surrounding landscape that motivates me.

The elements of nature making their mark on the subject blur the boundary between man-made and natural, whether it's foliage that has grown over (or through) an old house or years of rain and snow that has etched worn colors into barn wood.

Of course, there's always the human interest in wondering: Who built this structure? Who used it? Where are they now? These questions make photographing old places and their details intriguing and a little mysterious.

"Barn on the Hill" - Click to view enlargement &/or purchase
"Barn on the Hill"
"Palouse Country Classic" - Click to view enlargement &/or purchase
"Palouse Country Classic"
"Morning on the Farm, Eastern Washington" - Click to view enlargement &/or purchase
"Morning on the Farm, Eastern Washington"
"Behind the Barn" - Click to view enlargement &/or purchase
"Behind the Barn"
"Behind the Barn 2" - Click to view enlargement &/or purchase
"Behind the Barn 2"
"Green Barn in Green Field, Eastern Washington" - Click to view enlargement &/or purchase
"Green Barn in Green Field, Eastern Washington"
"Sunflowers in the Barnyard" - Click to view enlargement &/or purchase
"Sunflowers in the Barnyard"
"Along Tenmile Creek, Idaho" - Click to view enlargement &/or purchase
"Along Tenmile Creek, Idaho"
"The Palouse~Land of Plenty" - Click to view enlargement &/or purchase
"The Palouse~Land of Plenty"
"Holiday Lights, Dahmen Barn, Uniontown, Washington" - Click to view enlargement &/or purchase
"Holiday Lights, Dahmen Barn, Uniontown, Washington"

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