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Monday, February 18, 2013

Remains for Barn Charm....

I am trying to use some of the barns from the past that I have not posted before....the following are only from last year.
This from near Goose Pond...more the Bee Hunter's Pond area.  It just seems so massive.
And this is from down somewhere near that area as well...I can't remember it at all.  I am just going by the image number.
Now the one above is south of Indianapolis...and probably just a little bit west...it is a drive-by.   Not the greatest image, but an interesting design.

Linked to Barn Charm.


24 comments:

TexWisGirl said...

first one looks huge! at least the roof does.

2nd has all sorts of funky windows and openings.

last one has great roof expanses.

all 3 nice!

Susan said...

Love all three, and all three look like they are used. That is a good thing!

Jori said...

Gorgeous! The second and third photo's are my favorite!

Karen @ away for the weekend said...

That's a really nice collection of barns. I especially like the 2nd one - the big open windows and chippy red paint.

Nell at njschout said...

All great barn shots! The second one is especially photogenic. : )

Helene Titsch said...

I can't imagine where I would look for a barn in my immediate area if I needed to find one. Sooooo, I really appreciate the Barn Charm posts. At first I thought my fave would be #2 but #3 is so unusual, that is one I'd love to investigate.

Amy Burzese said...

Great collection. I do believe I like the one with chippy red paint best.

Mary said...

some really interesting barns. You do manage to get the best drive by shots. By the time I decide to take one, it is usually too late or a pole or sign "jumps" in the way.

Dee said...

The first barn is very massive and a huge A frame.I love all the windows in the second barn. The third barn looks very productive with all the build on's. Love them all :)

Small City Scenes said...

I like the second barn. It has such feeling to it. The last one looks like Topsy it just grew. Good choices.

If Little Miss L. were here she certainly could help plant.

MB

Elaine said...

A nice collection, but the second one with it's remnants of red paint and all those little windows really catches my eye.

Beth @ E. lizard Breath Speaks said...

really enjoy the 1st one. love those lighting rods. ( :

Mari said...

I love the second barn and the last one is not like any I've seen before. Nice finds!

Grandma Barb's This and That said...

Nice collection of barns. The second one with the chippy red pain and all those little windows is my favorite.

CDH said...

I like the 3rd one. Looks like the side got chopped off. But all of them are cool.

Leave It To Davis said...

Love all three....they are so different! I love the basketball goal on the first one and the black and white dog in the last one...just little extras that made them special!

Sandra said...

the second barn,with all the windows, is ultra charming to me... i am wondering why they have all those windows in a barn..

EG CameraGirl said...

You have an amazing collection of barn photos...and it surprises me how different from one another so many of them are.

debi said...

I love the second one, all that weathered wood ..swoon!

don said...

You have excellent variety in your barns today. A couple of them are massive in size. The unique design must have a reason for its shape.

don said...

You have excellent variety in your barns today. A couple of them are massive in size. The unique design must have a reason for its shape.

George said...

All of these barns are interesting. The addition on the last barn looks as if it is as large as the barn itself. The roof of the first barn extends to such a low level that it's hard to judge the true size of the barn.

Debbie said...

I really like the second one!!

Tricia Hays said...

aren't that great, makes me want to get inside.

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