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Monday, November 14, 2011

Leftovers for Barn Charm this week

Since I only got to capture one view of these subjects, I thought I would post them together. I think the were all three south of Terre Haute, but not sure just where. I am almost positive the first one is in Illinois, and the second one may be too. It was somewhere close to the state line, so can not be sure one way or the other.
It is one of the most well maintained barns I have seen. Everything is just so about the whole set up. It made me wonder what it is used for.
And as you can see with the last one, it is from within the car...I think though that Roger did pause. Both the first and last barns have seen better days....

I am linking this to Tricia's Barn Charm meme.

26 comments:

Ellie said...

How sad there's not much left of the first one is there? But your 2nd one looks like a huge house. Wonder what they do in there!

Carletta said...

The second one looks like it could be a home and I'd love it. I can just imagine the space.
The first one is not much more than a shell and the last one looks like it might have been outlived its purpose for what looks like a newer red pole barn to the right.
The doggie looks quite at home though. :)

Judy said...

I love the dog sitting in the third photo. The second one does look like someone could be using it for some kind of living quarters.

Jill said...

I agree about the second one...looks like a home.

I adore the hayloft in the last one. All are terrific shots.

TexWisGirl said...

they're all great, but that 2nd one is so intriguing! :)

Ginny said...

The middle barn looks like maybe a house!!!

Neal said...

The middle one sure is in good shape. I really like to top shot with the clear blue sky behind it.

EG Wow said...

The middle one really does look like a home - a barn converted into a home.

Kim, USA said...

I agree the middle one is pretty neat and looks new. The two needs TLC.

Cute Barn

don said...

These are fine barn pictures, Rose. My barn tonight is one with small doors and tiny windows like one of your barns and I'm wondering if they might be used for horses although even then I think one would want a larger door. I haven't figured it out obviously! :-)

Flora said...

They are all great!...love the see thru...Love the dormers on the second one...would love to live up there!! The 3rd one has wonderful character!!

Debbie said...

a wonderful collection, i am distracted by the puppy in the last photo :))))

when i don't know where i am, i hit the navigation once and it displays your location!!

Dawn said...

Really like the gray barn look. That last one is SO full of character!!!

Elaine said...

Three lovely barns! I really like the last one.

Tanya said...

wow, that middle one looks like you could live in it! great series of barns, all so different!

Sandra said...

they are all beautiful. the first one as a Chevy truck which is all we drive and the last one has a beautiful dog, which makes it special. and the middle one I like because it is perfect. me to on what they use it for.

Tricia @ Bluff Area Daily said...

I'm wondering what that 2nd one is used for, too... maybe they turned it into an apartment building? But I love that last one... it's gorgeous, complete w/ a dog! heheheee =)

Thanks for joining =)

Nani said...

I wouldn't like the second one as a house. Windows aren't big enough. :)

I really do like the last one. It has character and a story to tell!

Jeanne said...

That second barn is really lovely! Reminds me of some of the barns in New England, so well cared for. That has obviously been a well loved barn. Thanks also for stopping by my blog!

Kristy said...

I really like the second barn, the windows are so cute!

Cheryl @ The Farmer's Daughter said...

These are all great barns. The second one is really impressive and looks like it would make a great home! Thanks for your comment at my blog!

Lesley said...

The first one makes me thing of those movie sets where there is only the facade showing.

New Jersey Memories said...

Very nice photos. These barns are charming and so different from each other.

Small City Scenes said...

Wonderful barns--all of them. The second one is gorgeous but I do have a soft spot in my heart for the derelict ones. MB

Jill Wellington said...

Love them all, but really love the weathered roof in the last photo!

Carole said...

Love that second barn, but all are great. :-)

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