I am sure I can scrounge up a few more posts from the cottage. In the meantime, Sue has already posted four posts. This one is the first of the series , but you can click forward from the Newer Posts link at the bottom left of each post to access the rest.
Today's focus is on outside shots but not hiliting just the barn this time. Let's begin with the house as seen from the entrance. The second of the two is a pano made from 3 or 4 pictures with more or less a 90° angle. The road had not yet been plowed after a snowfall.
Here's the house and part of the yard from the other side, taken on a snowshoe tromp.
This is a view of the converted planer mill. I like the snowshoe tracks leading toward the mill. The tracks on the right lead toward the swimming hole, which really isn't a hole but a point from which we access the water.
The mill is also the farthest building in this photo taken from the yard. Closer, is the old barn, the one that was never painted.
And, just in case you didn't get enough of the red barn three posts back, here is another slice — literally, a slice.
This is the back of the garage: the peak of which is visible in the preceding picture.
The house in the evening: taken on our last night there. I shouldn't have waited that long because the night was bitterly cold and windy. There was smoke coming out of the chimney, but it was just being blown away horizontally in the strong wind.
Finally, I am stealing a photo from Mary, that she took on New Years Eve. She is also in the photo. Sue and I are the ones making circles at either end. If I am seeing into the dark rightly, the back row from left to right is Sue, Laura, Heather, Brad, Brian, me. In front are Ben and Mary.