Barn With A Mountain View

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    I took this picture short after my parents died.
    I am attached to the picture in the sense that no matter what's happening, the barn will stand firm to the ground. The same goes for me.

    art.wannabe, vvanja, and Barbara Srica added this photo to their favorites.

    1. LAP75 68 months ago | reply

      Beautiful photo!!!

    2. Lars Dahlin 68 months ago | reply

      Hi LAP75.

      Thanks for your comment. :o)

      /Lars

    3. slingpool 64 months ago | reply

      I've seen your wonderful picture in

      Scenics, not just landscapes
      Check it's tagged "Scenics, not just landscapes!" (with the quotes)

    4. taxidiotis7 62 months ago | reply

      nice pic!where exactly is it taken?

    5. Lars Dahlin 62 months ago | reply

      Thanks.
      It's taken on Froson island near Ostersund in the county of Jamtland in Sweden. Close to Froson church there's an open air theater called Arnljot. Close to its entrance you have an opening toward a field.
      You can also check the map where I've placed its exact position.

      Regards!
      /Lars

    6. schniz1915 36 months ago | reply

      Dear Lars,
      I found your beautiful picture on Pinterest. I would like to ask a favor if I could use the photo at a higher resolution (I think you'd have to give remove the tag.) for prayer cards to hand out at my father's memorial. My father passed away on March 1, 2012. His grandfather is from Sweden my father visited Sweden 2 times and he loved everything about Sweden (sang in the Male Swedish Chorus in MN).
      Thank you for your consideration.
      Becky Schnizler
      bschnizler@comcast.net

    7. Lars Dahlin 36 months ago | reply

      Hello Becky.

      I am sorry to hear that your father passed away.
      I've removed the restrictions for the picture. You can of course use the picture as you wish.

      My very best regards!
      /Lars

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