Weekly Photo Challenge: Weathered


Ghosts of the past speak

as the sun sets

on aged boards

weathered by the test of time


© Julie Rehnelt 2018

I came across this old weathered barn while I was in Southern Illinois this past summer for the eclipse.  Whenever I see old buildings like this, I always wonder about their story and listen for any whispers from ghosts past…


WPC:  Weathered



✿~Peace & Love~✿

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22 responses to “Weekly Photo Challenge: Weathered

  1. I bet that barn has a lot of history!

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  2. Now that is a great shot for the challenge. It’s definitely been through a great many seasons!

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  3. This shot captures something of us as we weather with age. When I see an older person I sometimes wonder what they have had to experience in their lifetime. I had a dear old friend years ago who had to actually pull a plough (plow) to prepare fields for planting, before walking miles to go to school, but it does not always show in their appearance.

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    • Gosh, I hope I’m weathering better than this old barn! 😉 I wonder the same thing too sometimes when I see an older person – or any person, we never know the hardships that people may be going through, you can’t always tell on the outside, weathered looking or not…

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  4. Awesome! 🙂
    My wife and i would pass by a place like that and say: There is our dream-home! 🙂

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  5. I love old buildings like this!! 💖💖💖. And the way you have captured it is beautiful! 🌸👍🏻🌸

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  6. I really like old buildings. You have a great find here.

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  7. What an awesome find! I can only imagine the secrets it keeps ❤️

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  9. Wow, weathered, old and full of life! Great shot!

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  10. Very Interesting picture 🙂

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  11. Oh, the stories that old barn could tell! Lovely shot.

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