I was over in Grapevine yesterday doing some rock climbing and decided to stop over at Nash Farm to check it out. I’d found it on the internet this past week while searching for barns to photograph. If you like taking photos of old farms or enjoy seeing some of the area’s heritage and history, I suggest checking it out! It’s open to the public every day from dawn til dusk. Here’s some of my final selections from what I shot:
Here’s some more pictures of things I discovered there!
Beautiful, fully restored farm house. Even the interior was fully restored with gorgeous vintage wallpaper and furniture of the era.
Right near the house was a small vegetable garden – I would love to have one like this someday.
I also met a cow. She was a little shy at first…
…but soon was quite curious!
View of the whole barn
The quintessential farm cat decided to befriend me as I wandered around the farm. He made for some wonderful photos!
I dream of one day having a chicken coop – the sound of them clucking was so peaceful.
Sunset over the old farm house as I was leaving
Howdy folks! Just wanted to take a quick minute to share the newest addition to my needle-felted family. Meet Barry! Now don’t let his solemn color mislead you… he definitely has a curious side. A real free spirit, he loves being out in nature, romping in the tall grass, pouncing on small bugs and of course having a good nap in a spot of afternoon sun.
I’ve been working on Barry for – oh gosh – a few months now in my spare time… a foot here, a tail there. It’s so rewarding to finish one of these little guys after anticipating it for months! Hope you like him! =)