This Old Barn’s for You! Old Barn Photograph Printable

I realized last week, that I had taken very few outdoor photographs, and knowing nice weather won’t last forever, I decided to head outdoors and get some shots at pretty places nearby.  Just down the gravel road from my house, sits an old barn.  I used it as a backdrop in my son’s senior photos.

Senior Photos

It is falling apart, and isn’t used anymore, although cows are fed in troughs nearby it.  t is incredibly peaceful there.  It’s surrounded by fields of corn and soybeans, and unless a car drives down the gravel road, the only sounds you hear are birds and crickets chirping.  I’d love to just spend the day there, sitting in a lawn chair and reading a good book.

Next week, I’ll be showing you a project I’m making with this photo, and you are welcome to print it for your own use as well (non-commercial only, please).


Antique Barn Photograph via Knick of Time I also took some up close shots of the wood and stone walls, so they can be used as backgrounds that other images could be digitally layered on.

{Click on each image for the non-watermarked printable}

Barn Wood Digital Image Backdrop via Knick of Time

Rustic Old Barn Photo Backdrop via Knick of Time

Stone Wall Photo Backdrop Background via Knick of Time

More free printable photographs can be found HERE.

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  1. I love old buildings. My husband and I have a bad habit of stopping and trespassing. some day we may be running from and old farmer with a shotgun, or needing bail money. lol

  2. Beautiful images for backgrounds. Thanks Angie. Anxious to see what you did with your son’s photo.
    Audrey Z. @ Timeless Treasures

    • Audrey – I didn’t do anything with my son’s photo (other than use it for graduation announcements last year, but I DID do something with the photo of just the barn! :o)

  3. Great barn, looks perfect as a backdrop for your handsome son’s photo!

  4. Thank you so much for sharing. I absolutely love barns. I think I would like to add this image to a canvas.

  5. Thank you for sharing your ideas, project how to’s and your beautiful photography! You are a true inspiration!

  6. I love old deserted farms, they make me wonder the stories they could tell. I was 17 when I bought my first painting, it was an old barn. My mother thought I had lost it, but I loved that barn. I unfortunately got ruined in a move, but I never lost my love of barns. This is a gorgeous gorgeous blog post. Thanks for sharing.


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