Barn Tour Transport

Uploaded: July 16, 2012 03:51:02


This seemed an appropriate way in which to introduce this year's Audubon-sponsored Bucks County Barn Tour series.
Two of the most magnificent farms of the tour were located adjacent to one another--both tucked deeply away in very rural Northern Bucks County. You'd never SEE these farms if you weren't specifically looking for them.
A local farmer (man in straw hat) volunteered himself and his team of Belgian Draft Horses to transport the barn "tourists" between the Isaac and Asplundh Farms, in Haycock, Pennsylvania.

Exif: F Number: 5.6, Exposure Bias Value: 0.00, ExposureTime: 1/80 seconds, Flash: did not fire, compulsory flash mode, ISO: 125, White balance: Auto white balance, FocalLength: 18.00 mm, Model: Canon EOS 7D


Julie Christiansen July 16, 2012

Cool POV and a fine capture. #1475075

Tammy M. Anderson level-deluxe July 16, 2012

Great pov and capture. Sounds like a fun time. #10231223

Jack Gaskin July 16, 2012

On the Good Side it's a nice shady trail and only to & back from one Barn. Imagine if you did the entire county that way.
Looking forward to the next few days of barns.

Jack #10231254

Debbie Bray July 16, 2012

I love the composition here and the angle, Michelle. It tells a great story with those two people chatting to one another in the foreground, and then your eye runs thru between them to the horses and road up ahead. Lovely scene! #10231312

Carolyn M. Fletcher level-classic July 16, 2012

Super POV and a great idea! #10231330

Tiia Vissak July 16, 2012

a cool capture! #10231365

Monnie Ryan July 16, 2012

Perfect perspective - and very well done! Sure looks like fun! #10231418

Jeff Robinson level-deluxe July 16, 2012

Outstanding pov/perspective and presentation!! #10231419

Agnes Fegan level-deluxe July 16, 2012

Wonderful shot ... can't wait to see more! #10231479

Dayna Cain level-classic July 16, 2012

Awesome image and I am looking forward to this series. Can't wait! #10231502

R. J. Laudenbacher level-classic July 16, 2012

Love your POV and your framing on this, Michelle. Wonderful work! #10231511

David Phalen July 16, 2012

Excellent POV in a perfect shot to start your barn series!! #10231646

Martha R. Mazon level-classic July 16, 2012

Wonderful mood, perspective, light and detail in this fine storytelling image, Michelle! #10231697

Mike Clime July 16, 2012

Excellent capture and terrific pov, Michelle! #10231893

Rony Sagy July 16, 2012

Wonderful capture, Michelle. Love the perspective and detail. These draft horses are amazing, no? My daughter's horse is half draft and half thoroughbred, which makes her a very strong, tall and solid performer. #10231905

John Connolly July 16, 2012

A wonderful scene, and I am impressed with your great DOF and lighting! What a blast from the past! #10232127

Neal D. Hatcher July 16, 2012

Super capture-Looking forward to your barn posts #10232131

Carol L. Fowler July 16, 2012

Wonderful POV- I am sure many beautiful barns were on the route #10232440

Lana Arcemont July 16, 2012

Very good POV and capture, Michelle!
I like the way you framed the picture! #10232464

Ann Coates level-classic July 16, 2012

I like your perspective on this one Michelle and the anticipation of what's to come. A terrific capture. #10232617

Jeffrey R. Bange July 16, 2012

Awesome capture and POV Michelle, look forward to the series. #10232667

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