This is a simple story of how I came upon this red barn. I had taken a walk in the woods sometimes along paths, other times not. After walking a couple of miles I spotted this barn through the some trees and bushes. I took this shot of it.
I followed a path around to what must be the back of the barn, and took this shot. I felt pretty excited! It was lovely, well taken care of, and for sure of some age gone by.
As I came around closer there was a well mowed path leading around the barn. I took this image, and followed it to get a closer look.
This particular stone corner was the first part I came to. I loved the look of the stone, and could just picture the labor that must have gone in to building it. I had to get an image of it.
After passing around the side, and in what must be the front, I grabbed one last shot before heading off for about one more mile of walking till I got back to my car. This happened to be an extremely hot day, and after walking so much without having any water with me, I felt pretty faint. I know I won't do that next time. I always bring water with me where ever I go, except this time. I'll never know why, but anyway I love what I found and love that it belongs to someone who cares about it, and its history, and takes very good care of it.