Beautiful photo. Virginia creeper makes great photos in Autumn/Fall but very destructive when it takes over a building!! Have a great day Diane
Great framing on all sides, with the trees on the left and right and foliage on the top and bottom. And the red is also excellent on a building that is very appealing in its own right.
So pretty Marie! The contrast of colors! Andrea
A beautifully composed autumn scenario Marie ✨
Great shot! The essence of autumn wabi sabi!
Really beautiful shot Marie!!! That destructive vine is beautiful in fall for sure.
I ADORE old barns, and this one with the glorious contracting flowers draping over it; STUNNING!
I want to live right between those two trees. Is the red poison ivy?
Beautiful. The reds of autumn are so welcome!
She is the best artist. And her galleries are superb.
I like this, very pretty and great framing. Nice image Marie.
Marie - I love your photo. The red against the barn is lovely!
Virginia creeper is an invasive species here, Diane. It is pretty in the fall though.
Thanks AC. I did take time with the shot.
It sure is, Marilyn.
It is a beauty, SW.
It is Virginia creeper, Joanne, five leaves instead of the three of poison ivy.
If we must let go of the green, Jenny, red is good, until we get white. Lol.
They are indeed, EC.
Thank you, Barb.
What a breathtaking picture! Thank you so much for sharing it.
Lovely picture, but Autumn always makes me feel sad. I don't like to see the greenness of Summer fading away towards the dull cold bland Winter months.
Thank you, Jan.
I feel the same in some ways, Keith. I know what lies ahead!
Lovely! Sarah x
what a lovely old barn, they sure knew how to build them back in the day. the trees provide a beautiful frame!!
I can envision the little red headed heroine of my childhood walking arm in arm with her best friend Diana in the center of this picture. Lovely.
It is on an abandoned property, Debbie. I guess all the old folks are gone.
It is a place she would be happy, Linda.
That is a very dainty barn!!
It is a small one for that area, Catarina.
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