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Sunday, September 13, 2015

Drive-bys from the past week+1

I am not sure this is exactly a barn, but it is a farm building.  It is heavily cropped, but if you notice along the left side, you can still see a bit of reflection.or dirt in/on the windshield.  This is one of those buildings I would love to stop and photograph, but no place to pull off.
This turned out much better than I had hoped...I was turned looking through the back window.
And just a bit farther on is this barn...the three above are along St. Rd. 41 south of Rockville.
This one is not a drive-by, it is in Parke County, but I can't think right where it is at right now.

These were all taken the same day as the photos posted here and here were taken.

Linking to Tom's Barn Collective

15 comments:

TexWisGirl said...

i like the red barn and the hay bales. :)

Revrunner said...

Yes, I agree, the red barn trumps them all.

Tom said...

#1 looks like a barn to me and a photogenic one at that! I pass by many great barns because there isn't a wide enough spot to pull over. Maybe I should ride a motorcycle. Thanks for sharing these this week and I hope you have more to come. Tom The Backroads Traveller

Joyful said...

All fabulous drive by pictures! Have a great week.

Nancy Chan said...

I like the 2nd pic of the red barn and bales of hay with your back window as the frame.

Lea said...

The building in the first photo was painted red at one time, so it must be a barn!

eileeninmd said...

Good morning, awesome drive by shots. I love the barns, especially the second shot with the rolls of hay. Have a happy day and new week ahead!

Sandi said...

Like looking into the past.

Sandra said...

you have the most interesting barns ever in your neighborhood. great shots through the windows

EG CameraGirl said...

I LOVE the first barn with the weathered stain. It's super!

don said...

You saw some very good barns and took wonderful pictures of them. A very nice post.

Beth from VA, . . ."E" said...

i just love drive bys ... they are my faves. i love the red barn. have a great week!! take care. ( :

Stephanie said...

Red barn and hay bales are my favs. Drive by's are fun!

VioletSky said...

You do very well at these drive-by shots!

Ida said...

Nice choices. My pick today is the red barn with the rolled hay bales.

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