Tuesday, May 21, 2013

A Thank You and Changing It Up

I have not posted a Texture Tuesday in quite some time...Kim Klassen's feature every Tuesday...

But first...

Thank you for all the wonderful feedback and encouragement you have given me after my last post...some posted on my blog and others communicated with me privately.  I will be responding to each of you in the next days to come...until then...know that each one of you are amazing!  My hope is that my openness will encourage others they are never alone...

I was so attracted by this green and white barn on an unpaved road in the back hills outside of Elkins, West Virginia.  Pairing it with Kim's texture, Bamboo, gave it a soft airy look in early Spring.  Interestingly enough, when I took the photograph, I never noticed the solitary little red tulip in the foreground.

That little bonus made this photo even a little more sweeter!

Happy Texture Tuesday!


  1. Very nice photo girlfriend. Great texturing.

  2. A beautiful shot somehow that little tulip gives it a little pop....

  3. Great barn. The red tulip is definitely a nice bonus.

  4. This is beautiful! Such a beautiful image with so much atmosphere.

  5. Beautiful. Love the composition with the trees in the upper left leading my eye down through the barn and to the little gully around the tree at the lower right.


  6. Sigh.Beautiful image.

    That's all!

  7. Love scenery photos and this is very pretty. I didn't do TT this week. Missed what the theme was, but wanted to visit some of the posts anyway.

  8. Dear Texture Tuesday friends,
    I'm sure you know that Kim's husband is currently undergoing chemotherapy for Leukemia in Winnepeg. I would like for us TT followers to do something special for Kim and John this week. If you are able, could you create a Texture Tuesday image with the theme of HEALING for Kim and John, and post it on her Facebook page at https://www.facebook.com/kimklassencafe this Tuesday? I would love to see a big show of support and love for them.
    Thank you,
    Joyelle Brandt, Texture Tuesday fan


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