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Monday, July 20, 2015

For the Barn Collective...

I am again featuring Tennessee barns...still from the same day in April of 2011.  I altered the first one to B&W, plus a few other alteratiosn trying to make it presentable.  It was taken mid-day and was very washed out.  Not so sure this is any better, but I am tired of fiddling with it.

Next we are going to have some glimpses of barns..
You can see by looking at this that the road is curvy with no place to pull off, so you just take what you can get in cases like this.
This is a barn that I remember--there was just no way to get a good view of it.  So I am posting a couple different glances of it.
Just FYI, I took over 200 images on that drive, and the majority of them have a barn in them!  So, I am just going to go through them and post a few of my favorites...even if I have posted them before.

Also, our granddaughter is still here, but leaving tomorrow.  So I may be slow in visiting but will for try to get around to everyone before the week is out.  

If you have a barn to share, won't you share it with The Barn Collective?

15 comments:

Gayle said...

I wonder if any of you Tennessee barns were used by my ancestors. Keep them coming.

eileeninmd said...

Good morning, wonderful collection of barns and images. The second shot and the last shot are my favorites. Happy Monday!

Tom said...

Man are there neat barns in Tennessee or what. Thanks for linking up this week and I hope that you will return again. Tom The Backroads Traveller

don said...

These are fine barn pictures. I like the black and white one too. A very interesting group of barns.

EG CameraGirl said...

I like all four of these barns and the first one is very nice in B&W!

Stephanie said...

These are lovely specimens of barn shots, love them all!

Judy said...

I love them all Rose! That second one looks like one that I've seen here :)

thirtysevenandcounting said...

These are beauties! I like seeing the cattle in the last one. :-) Really like the composition of the third, and look how close to the road is the barn in the second image - wow!

Lindy

Debby Ray said...

I actually love the black and white version...gives it a great haunting appearance. I swear I have seen this barn in TN near where my son lives...or it's twin brother. Do you mind sharing what part of TN? Wouldn't it be something if it was the same one??

happywonderer.com said...

Hi Rose, these are all great. I really like their settings...
Have fun with your granddaughter!

TexWisGirl said...

very nice!

Bethany Carson said...

Lovely barn shots! I especially like the second to last--beautiful scenery!

Felicia said...

great character barns...each one. I like your black and white edit.

Mildred said...

I love the barns you find and share.

Anne Payne said...

These are the kinds of roads I like to travel on and take photos. Yours are beautiful! I look forward to seeing more.

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