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Sunday, June 7, 2015

For the Barn Collective....

For my first entry, this is a crawl by and I swear it is was worse than ones where we are traveling 55-60mph.  I managed to make it barely presentable...

This is another drive-by on a highway. Both taken last week.
This shot and the ones following were taken in 2008...either Wisconsin or northwest Illinois.
Of course they are drive-bys, too.
See the reflection of the atlas in my lap?



Thanks to Tom, the Backroads Traveller for hosting the Barn Collective

16 comments:

happywonderer.com said...

I have so many drive-bys! It really is hard to keep the reflections off your shots. Love the barns you drove by!

Small City Scenes said...

Nice barns. I do like the second one maybe the most.
MB

TexWisGirl said...

laughing at the atlas, yes. :) some good barns and nice settings (of course, it is the midwest.) ;)

Tom said...

Lots of white barns in your neck of the woods I see. #2 is an interesting style that I would not find here, Thanks so much for linking up. Tom The Backroads Traveller

Stephanie said...

Lovely barn shots!

My Maine Blog said...

Absolutely beautiful...I especially love the last one. Such an idyllic scene. - Kathleen -

Felicia said...

Oh Rose you are too funny. great "drive bys"

Mildred said...

They are all lovely to see.

eileeninmd said...

Funny, yes I see the atlas! You do take great drive-bys! Wonderful collection of barns. Have a great day!

Sandra said...

you have the coolest drive by photos ever. and i like the reflection of the atlas, gives it a special look

EG CameraGirl said...

When I see a collection of barn photos like this I'm reminded how different they can be from one another.

Latane Barton said...

Those are really neat. We do have to do drive bys, don't we? How often are we given the opportunity to go visit a barn up close and personal.

don said...

A fine collection of attractive barns for your barn collective. You do a good job of drive-bys.

JoAnn ( Scene Through My Eyes) said...

Great barns- We rarely find barns on roads where there is a lot of traffic so we can stop and get photos. Drive bys are wonderful when they turn out - aren't modern cameras great?

Ida said...

A fine selection of "Drive-by" barns oh and that "Crawl-by" (that cracked me up).

Norma Ruttan said...

I do see the atlas. Thanks for your visit. My logo for Hoosier Quote- a bridge over the Wabash is located in Vincennes, Indiana, my hometown.
Nonnie at Nonnie's Observations

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