These barns are on the corner of an intersection not all that far from my home. I have been driving past them for more than ten years. You may even recognize them from last Friday’s post, My first Heartland Heritage weekly feature.
Over the last year or so since I’ve started seeing my surroundings in a different light, they stand out more to me. Its not that they are in a state of disrepair, I think that the way the sun light brings out the colors of the layers of roofing materials and the missing paint. Now that the corn has been harvested it is much easier to see these barns.
This is also my entry for this week’s Monochrome Madness Challenge brought to us by Laura Macky and Leanne Cole. Each week participants from around the globe send in their monochrome work. It has been a treat to see the growth of all the artists as well as new additions along the way. To see all the entries visit Leanne Cole’s Blog later today (usually around 3P.M. central time).