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Monday, October 3, 2011

One farm's buildings for Barn Charm

I have admired this farm for a long time...it is one we pass by fairly often...can see this big barn from the highway. I had not realized at first that there was a road going by it...but when I did we always seems to be headed someplace specific or headed home. But Friday was my day to snap a few photos. This was taken almost at the highway...but I was zoomed in some.
Taken from the same place as the top photo, but zoomed in closer...
and this is another view of the same building as the one above it. I probably like this photo best of all cause there seems more depth to it.
But man oh man--do I love this barn! It is a humdinger, if I do say so myself. I was not disappointed in it at all.

Well, there you have my entry for Tricia's Barn Charm meme...if you have a barn or have posted one in the past, go ahead and link up to the meme...the more the merrier, and I love seeing them.

19 comments:

Ellie said...

That's a big barn, I love the roof shape in the last picture.

TexWisGirl said...

oh, yes! that last photo is phenomenal!!!!! my kinda special barn!!!

Donna said...

Nice contrast in barns. I do like the shots with the trees framing them the best. These would be nice to see in different seasons.

Susan said...

Wow, beautiful farm and awesome barns. Awesome!

Michaele said...

That looks like a dairy barn. I'd love to take a peek inside : )

Angela said...

Another very busy looking farm that is still being loved! Beautiful!

Ginny said...

Lovely!

Sue said...

That is one big beautiful barn!

Beth said...

You said it best:"It's a humdinger!" I'm glad you finally got to get some shots---always satisfying to the soul.

Lesley said...

I was on the highway yesterday and found all kinds of great barns that I could not stop to take any photos of - it was most frustrating!
Their barn needs seem to have grown some over the years!

Jan n Jer said...

Wow these are great shots...glad you took the time to get closer! I can almost feel your excitment to get up close n personal with this beautiful barn!

Sandra said...

i agree 100 % humdinger these are, photos and the barns. beautiful

don said...

That is one huge barn! A fabulous series with excellent shots of the out building too. Nice angles with a very high quality result!

Tricia said...

You nailed it, Rose, w/ humdinger... beautiful old barns! =)

Thanks for joining

Mary said...

A nice variety!

Tammy@Simple Southern Happiness said...

These building do have charm and if the walls could talk. Super shots!

Kim, USA said...

These place looks pretty busy. The last one yes I agree I like it the best I guess because of the angle where you took the photo. The smaller barn has a lot of character to it I wonder what's inside ^_^

Judy said...

I've been too busy to visit the Barn Charm posts. The second barn almost looks like a tobacco barn.

Carole said...

Great barns. They look fabulous separate, but wonderful as a cluster too, with varying degrees of age. That large one looks like a Louden Dairy Barn (which I only recently learned about from another barn charm participant).

Wonderful shots!

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