Tuesday, November 15, 2011

Barn Charm: Rural Brisbane (Australia)

Some of these have been posted before in my Rural Inspiration post. I was asked by Tricia at Bluff Area Daily to link up with this weeks Barn Charm. I also decided to have a little play with textures in Picnik... not sure about the results as texture is quite out of my comfort zone.
I have included the before shots too...and would LOVE it if anyone can tell me how to do the mouse over.






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14 comments:

Stewart M said...

Hi there - nice pictures. I think it’s a shame that these building seem not to have a function any more. I suppose that many will just fall over and that will be the end of them.

I must admit that I was pleased when I got a macro lens that was just a little longer than my standard short zoom. Meant I could keep my distance a bit from big spiders!

SM - Melbourne

Nadege, said...

Nice images of these lovely old barns. I love your edits.

Check out this tutorial: http://throughaphotographerseyes.blogspot.com/2011/11/tutorial-tuesday-hover-over-effect-with.html
Quite simple to follow.

Michael S-B said...

Love these images Liz. You have done very well with them :)

Tanya said...

well i think you've done a great job with them, nice barns!

LeAnne said...

sweet barns! Love these shots.

Jan n Jer said...

Great shots n love your edits!

Tricia @ Bluff Area Daily said...

I'm so glad you joined & these old barns are great... the textures are great, too. Are these barns still in use? What's inside them?

Thanks so much for joining this week's Barn Charm & here's a link to the mouse over instructions, it really IS a lot of fun, isn't it! LoL!

https://docs.google.com/View?id=ddvb5r5w_25drz56qhb&pli=1

Cheryl @ The Farmer's Daughter said...

Love these old buildings! Nice shots!

Nani said...

Love the photos, especially the red roofs on the weathered buildings!

TexWisGirl said...

love the rusty roof shots! nice contributions for barn charm!

Rose said...

I so love these....really, really like that last shot.

Time Stand Still

Elaine said...

Lovely photos and textures! I like seeing your Australian barns. Quite a different style than here in the US.

DebC said...

Wonderful structures - and great processing.
I, too, would like to learn successfully the mouse-over code.
Even though I have sample code with instructions from two different sites,
I just can't get it to work :(

Karin M. said...

Very nice photos of this old barn ...
LG: Karin

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