Home of Suzi Parron, author with Donna Sue Groves of 'Barn Quilts and the American Quilt Trail Movement" and author of "Following the Barn Quilt Trail."
Saturday, December 19, 2009
Home for the Holidays
I have been fascinated for a while by the possibility of capturing barn quilts at night. This photo is of one of the most often-photographed barns of the original Adams County trail--the Double Lemoyne Star at Goodseedfarms in Peebles, Ohio.
The photo was taken by Stephen Boehme, the owners' son--if you can't quite tell, there is a pond in front of the barn, the double image is a reflection. I just love it because it has holiday lights!
Being home for the holidays will give me time to get the book wrapped up. Hmm didn't mean to include a corny pun, but since it came out that way, I will leave it!
If anyone is interested, I created a calendar with some of the photos from my journey this past year. I don't have a means--or the time--to sell them directly, but they are available at cafepress.com/quilttrails.
All the best to you
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This is one totally spectacular photo! I hope it's OK with you that I've mentioned your blog and posted this photo today on my blog.ReplyDelete
I'm looking forward to hearing more about your book.
We have a wealth of quilt blocks on the barns here in north central Iowa, and more are being displayed each month.
Bravo to you and your project!
Wow! that is stunning!ReplyDelete
looking forward to hearing more about your book.
Oh this is going to have to be a MUST BUY book for me!ReplyDelete
Beautiful! What a great concept....ReplyDelete
Out of all the barn quilts I've seen so far, this is my favorite !ReplyDelete