Weekend Texture Twist

Congrats to last week's Texture Twist Winner - Andrea author of Rural Revial! She entered pink tulips with a beautiful paint like texture.


This barn rest along the river bluff on route 100.  Growing up, we would pass by it on our way to bring home groceries and fabric.  My mom rarely let's a day pass without sewing, hence the fabric. I hadn't seen this barn in almost a decade.  I was pleased to see it's still in use and with a new fence around it.

 Do you have a Texture Twist to share?

  1. Share a photo with texture
  2. Grab a Texture Twist button or the link and include it in your post
  3. Add your link with the linky below, it's open till Tuesday
  4. Check out the other twists






Find more weekend inspiration at Fabulous Friday, Give me your Best Shot, Show Off, the simple things, Sunday Snapshot, Scenic Sunday, Your Sunday BestHomestead Barn Hop, Better than Best, and  Barn Charm

35 comments :

  1. I see that you have very beautiful photos in your blog. I have not learnt how to use texture so I can't join the fun here today.

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  2. One, you can link up any photo that has texture in it. Like - sand, bark, brick...

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  3. I like that shot! Very nice

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  4. So pretty! I like it! Very vintage. Thanks for linking up!

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  5. Very cool photo! Old barns are so cool :)

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  6. oh, I love old barns - they are so beautiful

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  7. Thank you for hosting. I’m a follower, and this hop is found on a page on my site that lists more than 250 hops, memes, and photo challenges… some for each day of the week. Check under the header for the link to that page. I’ve also just started a BlogFrog community that focuses on hops, carnivals, memes, and photo challenges. Go to http://theblogfrog.com/1504201 to visit & participate.
    I hope you’ll visit me soon. I follow back!
    NCSue

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  8. Sue,
    Thank you kindly. I'll be sure to visit!

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  9. Kristy, I need to go barn hopping around my neighborhood again (after my dog heals from her surgery.) Your photo is wonderful. :)

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  10. I love the way you have the single texture alongside of your main textured shot. How did you do it? Did you use Picnik or one of the mosaic programs? I am so curious because I really do like your final product. It is a lovely image...chime composition and use of texture. Genie

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  11. It's a beautiful barn.

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  12. Your American barns are so photogenic. You have made it look like in a dream.

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  13. Beautiful scene and a great photo. Happy Scenic Sunday!

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  14. i have not learnt how to use texture either, but i'd love to learn how.

    loving your super awesome blog/photography!

    happy sunday!

    betty

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  15. Genie-
    I put together my posts in Adobe Photoshop

    Betty-
    Check the goodies page for a link to the lab full of tutorials or click on the ebook link for a step by step handbook to Textures

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  16. You are surrounded by such simple beauty. I love it!

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  17. You make old barns look so dreamy. :)

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  18. Hi Kristy, I like the color of your photo! And by the way, I took my photo at Huckleberry Village it's a village created by the county for all old houses and buildings century ago. And the people who works there also wore costume in that era. It's really beautiful in there. Thanks for stopping by.

    Kim

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  19. Great shot of a lovely old barn! It must bring back wonderful memories.

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  20. Hi Kristy! Thank you for your sweet comment. I'm so glad I found you blog too! Have a great week!

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  21. Beautiful photo of the barn Kristy! Reminds me of Sweden, except it would be red then. We don't have old buildings with such charm and character here in Australia. Thank you for sharing.

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  22. Hi, I just landed here from Scenic Sunday Photo Challenge.

    Great photo and the story just makes it even better.

    Bella Vida by Letty
    Have a great weekend.

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  23. it's beautiful!

    thanks for stopping by my blog and leaving a comment! i really appreciate it!

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  24. This is wonderful Kristy!

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  25. A beautiful rendition, as always; I love the face hidden in the barn. And thank you so much Kristy! Wow!
    : )

    ~Andrea~

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  26. What a great memory...lovely shot as always! Hope you had a great weekend.

    Tiffany

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  27. Beautiful shot. Love the soft colors.

    Thanks for linking up with PSF and GMYBS this week!

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  28. lovely barn photo, looking forward to learning about textures to join texture twist sometime soon.

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  29. Love your barn this week. I have been studying the upper hay opening and wondering if the door flips down rather than to the side. Interesting. It really does look to be in great condition, and the fence looks like the ones around the farms in our areas. The texture add that perfect touch.

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