Special Guest Post by Keyhole Photo: Handmade Barnwood Frame

Hey kids, it's time for another installment from our go to gal for photography, Meggan Haller of Keyhole Photo! Meggan and her husband Jeff provide documentary-style photography to a variety of industries and are rad people to boot. Want more? Check out their blog, look (updated every day, woot!).

I'm a photographer. So for me, there's nothing more satisfying than seeing a great photograph displayed well.

Unfortunately, not all frames make the cut. So, I've reached deep into the wilderness of Northern British Columbia, Canada (not to mention the wilderness of Etsy) to bring you handmade barnwood picture frames that do make the cut.

These are made from aged barn-wood lovingly collected by Rick and Heidi, the log home-dwelling husband and wife team that carefully builds and sands each frame to bring out its unique rustic charm. And as Rick and Heidi say, no two are alike -- which also happens to hold true for really great photography. Match made in heaven? I think so.

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Posted on 10.06.09 at 3:19 PM

love this -- I've been collecting wood and tin scraps from our old tobacco barns to make frames for pictures we've taken there over the years. good to know there's an alternative if I get lazy...

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