I have been away from blogging for over a week...and probably won't be blogging regular for a while...but thought I would pop in with a post for Barn Charm.
This one we seen on our way to Goose Pond, which is near Linton, Indiana.
I always like zooming in and seeing what I can see on the inside.
This is the straight-on shot...notice the cows in the background?
There was a number of them, all to the right of the barn. And all a fair distance from the fence. I was going to walk on past the barn to take a shot or two looking back at the other side, but all the cattle took off running. I did not want to scare them any more so walked back to the car, before I got in, this is what I saw. They all had their eyes on me.
I was looking through my photos for something to post. I came across several barn photos that really appeal to me. This was taken in September of 2004. It is a drive-by. I think it is better when clicked on to expand the view.
Someone posted a barn that was built similar to this 2 or 3 weeks ago. Only the one they posted was in wonderful shape.....just a beauty. But it immediately made me this of this old one. So I wanted to post it...these are never before posted photos of it, but I have posted other photos of it.
I have been watching it for several years now....just a few more boards are missing. I really do wonder just how long it can continue to stand.
These two photos were from our drive yesterday. I love the barn above, have passed it a million times, and think I have only attempted to shoot it one other time. I just love its gambrel roof. It isn't far from here, but not a real good place to pull off the road so just got this drive by shot. You can see that the fence is sort of blurry...we were going at least 55-60 mph.
This is one I had seen a few times before...it is on a back road so we did pause as I took the photo. This is through the windshield.
We were at Mansfield this afternoon...fished just a little. I saw this kitty....and almost brought her home. Not that I need another but the look from her eyes and just her face in general reminds me of my last Cougar...
It is such a gray day here...thought the day deserved a B&W photo.
We had Lorelei for the weekend...always hard for me to get back into normal things after she goes home. I miss her terribly when we take her and then come back home to such an empty feeling house. But she'll be back...for Thanksgiving!
We pass this sign every time we go to get Lorelei, or every time we go to her house. I have been meaning to snap a photo of it for two or three years now and just a bit back remember it in time to get my camera out.
This was on past the building that is seen in yesterday fence shot...I actually think it was a house and not a barn that is showing. Roger paused for me to try to get a quick shot of this. I have straightened it, and tried to improve it. Still not as good as I would like...but had to show the quilt block.
This week my Friday's fence is from Tennessee...it is a drive by...I don't even know what the building was that it was by. Just no stopping to take photos.
Twisting, winding roads...and enough traffic that we didn't dare stop if we couldn't see just a little way behind us.
This is the crib that was crib that you glimpse in the first photo of this post. It has stood there for longer than I have lived...it had been a 3 or 4 years since I was near it. The last time I saw it, it was not leaning as it is now.