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Monday, April 9, 2012

Two from Tennessee for Barn Charm....

Having to dig through the archives for photos to post...
I don't think these have been posted before...if I did I forgot to label them. I am linking to Tricia's Barn Charm meme.Link

32 comments:

Lois Evensen said...

Those have a great deal of history! I hope a big storm doesn't make it a great deal of "past." Nice images. :)

TexWisGirl said...

like them both! if i was having to dig thru archives, i wouldn't be doing a 'double feature'. i'd be stringing them along, one by one... :)

Sandra said...

i am leaning just a little towards the red one, both are beautiful old barns.

EG CameraGirl said...

I absolutely LOVE the first barn! You find so many barns with character. :)

Ellie said...

Both these barns look amazing even if they are a wee bit run down. I like your first shot the best.

Linnea said...

Those may be old but they're beauties! There is even a spot to park your car!

rkbsnana said...

I want a red barn. Preferably one that leans a little

Grandma Barb's This and That said...

Even if you have posted them before, I haven't seen them. They are both great but I like the first one best. It is so different.

Beth said...

i love your header photo. great finds. love them both. i'm always a fan of a red barn. (:

Mari said...

These are both charming! I think I like the top one best, but it's a hard choice.

Anonymous said...

They are both great shots! I do like the first one better.

Elaine said...

Two charmers! Keep digging through those archives. If you're like me you have lots more buried there.

barbara l. hale said...

Two terrific barns whether or not they are posted for the first time!

Anonymous said...

Charming barns... love them!

Cheryl @ The Farmer's Daughter said...

I'm partial to red barns, so I'll choose the second one as my fav. Great old barns!

Linda said...

I think I like the 2nd one best also, but I am not sure I would park my car under there! It looks a little wobbly on that side! That first one seems to have something parked under the opening... They are both good shots! I love the surrounding view!

Nancy Claeys said...

These are so sweet Rose!

Your post title made me think that you and Texwisgirl should do a collaboration -- Two from Texas, Two from Tennessee! Whatcha think? :)

Anonymous said...

I love that side part on the 1st one & the opening in the middle... the red really pops in contrast to the green grass in the 2nd one... I'm guessing the 2nd is still being used because the wood doors look new

Fine finds, Rose, & thanks so much for joining =)

Tanya said...

they are both super but that first one is my favorite!

don said...

They both are good example of barns with a drive-in capability. I like the added sheds that must be built up on support columns. A fine post, Rose.

Sinbad and I on the Loose said...

Someone cares for the second barn at least - new doors. I have to delete my barn photos after I use them to avoid confusion.

Deanna said...

It looks like the second barn is getting some much needed TLC. Great pictures of great barns.

Debbie said...

Two great Tennessee barns, lucky you!!!

Susan said...

Wow, these are great! I am amazed at how many of these barns are still standing.

Judy said...

Yes to both! Even if you did post them before I sure don't remember and who cares they're both great.

Rita said...

I have to cast my vote for the first shot. While the red barn is colorful the first has more character. Each time I look at it I see something I missed the time before.

Great shots both.

lisa said...

These are wonderful old barns, Rose.
I especially love the first one.

Carletta said...

I'm wondering if there was a special little room there in the first one where it looks like a door was. With that nice new door on the second it looks like it was still being used but I'm wondering why they didn't go ahead and repair the right side.
I'm running out of barns to post too. At least you had some good ones in your archives!

Anonymous said...

Great captures Rose… so glad that you found them in your archives! Both barns have lots of charm and character!

Amy Burzese said...

Hey, great Tennessee barns! I can't always keep up with what I've posted either. I do upload my photos to Picasa that I'm going to post so that helps some. Unless I upload a set then never post them.

Carol said...

Great shots. I like both of these barns. I'll bet they were beauties in their day.

Carole said...

Great barns. Love the red one especially!

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