New Hampshire Barns


No week-long photo trip in the country would be complete without at least a few barn images. So, here they are:  ‘Old Barn Door’ and ‘Barn with Cupola’ was the same barn I had captured on my trip back in 2003. The interesting old tow truck was no longer beside it so I chose to focus on the roof peak and a weathered old door I had not seen before. On the way back to the White Mountains from the North Country another barn caught my eye. This one, near the border of Vermont was one of many in what looked like rich farmland.

'Old Barn Door' © Denise Bush

'Barn with Cupola' © Denise Bush

'Old Yankee Barn' © Denise Bush

8 Responses to “New Hampshire Barns”

  1. 1 Michelle Tobias

    I would like to frame a print of your old barn door photo in my home. I live in Austin, TX. My name is Michelle Tobias. Please let me know if this would be possible and how I could go about doing this. Thank you.
    Michelle Tobias

    • 2 denisebushphoto

      Hi Michelle — I have emailed you some options for purchasing a matted or framed print, or a high resolution file suitable for printing and framing yourself. Let me know if you have any questions once you receive my email. — Denise

  2. I’d like to use the old barn door for the cover of Uncle Tom’s Cabin or Huckleberry Finn. I’d credit you. See

    Thank you, Richard Fadem

  3. 4 Hallie

    My name is Hallie Brunson and I paint old barns and houses and doors. This one is just beautiful. I would love to use it for a painting. Thanks so much. Hope to hear from you.

  4. The color combination on the “The Old Barn Door” is spectacular

  5. I love these images. You have captured well a feeling of many years of hard and productive, yet unglamorous, work; and the scares inherent to it.

  6. Your views of barns are truly beautiful and well above the ordinary.

    • Thanks very much Susan. This is an older post from 2010. To see some recent works just click on the large ‘Denise Bush’s Photo Blog’ at the top then scroll down. 🙂

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