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Pro Photographer Rob Paine's (of DeepCreekImages.com) stories behind his photos along with helpful photo tips

Posts tagged ‘old barns’

Old Red Barn Near Sperryville, Va.

 Photo by Rob Paine/Deep Creek Images/Copyright 2016

Photo by Rob Paine/Deep Creek Images/Copyright 2016

Returning from a day photo job in Charlottesville, Va., last week, I decided to take the road less travelled and left Route 29 at Madison, Va., for a byway called the North Blue Ridge Turnpike (Virginia State Route 231. It is a scenic and peaceful road that eventually takes you to Sperryville, Va. As I was reaching the end of this route, I noticed this cool old barn which appeared to be up to its doors in grass. Read more

Top Five Posts of 2015 : Loss of an Old Friend : The Old Barn on Mayhew Inn Road, #2

In my year end series of the top 5 most viewed blog posts on this site, photos of one of my favorite landmarks at Deep Creek Lake comes in at number 2. Enjoy! Rob

Photo by Rob Paine/Copyright 2015

The Old Barn in Better Days in January 2010. Photo by Rob Paine/Copyright 2015

I learned this morning via the Deep Creek Times and then The Republican Newspaper that the roof of a beloved historical Garrett County (MD) landmark, the old barn on Mayhew Inn Road finally succumbed to the elements this month.  The Republican link includes an up to date photo taken by another local photographer of the fully collapsed roof. (please see more photos below) Read more

My Final Frames of The Historic Barn on Mayhew Inn Road in Garrett County, MD

Photo by Rob Paine/Deep Creek Images/Copyright 2015

Photo by Rob Paine/Deep Creek Images/Copyright 2015

I reported on the demise of the historic barn on Mayhew Inn Road near Oakland, Md., earlier this year. I did not include the most up to date photos of the now collapsed and broken barn, maybe due to time constraints, maybe because I really did not want to see the grand structure in shambles. During a visit to Deep Creek Lake, Md., last month I paid my final respects with camera in hand to a building that is  so many people’s favorite barn. ( please see more photos below)

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