If you will look in the background of the previous post, you will see this barn. It is there right beyond the little fenced in grave. AND, it is just on the other side of the road from the barns in the post before that one.
I am at least going to do this entry for Barn Charm....not sure how much regular blogging I am going to be doing. I don't remember where the above barn was at. But the bottom two I do know...I have taken both on numerous occasions. The one above is on 59, just north of Mansfield. Every picture I have taken of it is a drive by, with this probably being the most successful one of all that I have taken. And the barn above is on Coffing Brothers road, north of the Coffing Brothers Orchard. If you have time, go check out the other barns linked to Tricia's Barn Charm meme.
Believe it or not, these were taken about 4 hours ago in Parke County in Indiana. It was so dark and dreary today that I had the ISO set at 800 and 1600 all the time...
I hit the auto contrast button on all these shots to brighten them up just a bit...though you may not think they look bright at all.
I just loved all the matching red buildings.... and wondered why this one was left white.
If you wish to join or see more barns, go see Tricia's Barn Charm meme!
I think this gives new meaning to the word decorated...also looks like a little bit of recycling has been going on with it. The funny thing about it, I like it. This was seen down in Nashville, Indiana on Friday.
These are all straight out of the camera....in case you can't tell. Only thing I resized them. I know the first and third were taken with me leaning back and taking a photo through the window behind Roger...and I think the second one two. Oh, that reminds me they are taken while going between 55 and 60 mph. You can tell it in the second photo for sure.
They are shown in the order that they were taken.
I could not just pick one...
so thought I would just show you the whole show...
I don't think I have posted this shot, though it was taken back in September on the way to a family picnic. It is a drive-by shot, but I still like it just fine. I am linking to Jan's Friday's Fences....and boy, oh, boy, do I like her entry for today.
I will try to get by to visit everyone later tonight.
The last time we were up to Mansfield, the water was the lowest we had ever seen it. With having had some rain, and figuring they will be lowering the dam on up the way, we decided to check it out Sunday. As you can see there is plenty of water coming over the dam and it has been so high it has started washing dead trees over.
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....
Normally our dogwood has fall colors of gold to orange, to red and deep red. This year, it is almost all this deep, deep red. Rather than being boring to look at like it sounds, it is absolutely gorgeous.
This is a two for Tuesday sort of post....two barns, two shots of each barn. I think both were taken on the same day southeast of Terre Haute, but I couldn't swear to it. I love looking down lanes to see what I can see... and then I like seeing the entire barn.
This is another repeat post...I know I posted it at some time or other on my other blog. Sometimes I just like to post them here because I post a bigger image...and since this has a fence in it, I am linking it to Life According to Jan and Jer's Friday's Fences meme. So come on over and join the fun.