I snapped this shot from the car during our trip south last May.
When we are traveling I am prone to cat-napping if I'm not driving. I would miss a lot of great shots if the Old Salt didn't nudge me occasionally. I will sometimes wake up snap the picture and promptly fall back to sleep. So, I have no idea where we were when this shot was taken. All I can tell you is that it is on I-65 south in Alabama, somewhere between the space needle and Birmingham, based on other identifiable shots taken in that photo stream.
This was one of those shots that just amazed me when I got home and downloaded my camera. It was just too good to be true. In fact, it looks so much like a painting that I have been hesitant to use it. I have been waffling over this shot for a year now, and I was hoping to solve the mystery of its location during our recent trip south. As luck would have it, we took a different route down, and coming home I ran true to form and napped through that part of the trip. So I have finally decided this shot is too beautiful not to share. Perhaps, someone out there will recognize this pastoral setting and be able to give me some information on this lovely barn.