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Sunday, December 20, 2015

1916 Barn & others

If you will expand the view, you will see the date 1916 on the cupola.  (Have I ever told you that every time I go to type cupola, I have to look it up to see how it is spelled?)  I think this barn looks nice enough to live in.
I don't think I have posted this one...notice the solar panels on the red building.
Then there is this one...I cannot decide what those 'windows' are made of.
Notice the light shining through them in the shed part.
While this is not a barn exactly,  there is  part of one one.  But the focus is the roof of the other.  Every time I run across this shot, I think what gigantic birds!  Am I the only one that thinks birds when seeing these?

Linking to The Barn Collective...


12 comments:

Tom said...

What a varied selection you have this week Rose! Man oh man, that first one is one mighty handsome barn. Thanks for sharing and I hope that you will return again. Merry Christmas.

TexWisGirl said...

some neat finds. like that 1916 treasure.

Christine said...

They are beautiful barns, Rose! I really like the light filtering through the windows. & yes , I thought birds when I sa the last photo!
Have a great week!

..."E"... Beth Edwards said...

i love the snowy lighted header. so pretty. i love the old tractor in your picture there, who doesn't need a tractor or 2? Merry Christmas!! ( :

eileeninmd said...

Hello, great barn finds. I love the 1916 barn photo.

Merry Christmas to you and your family.

Sandra said...

yes, i thought giant birds when i saw that shot. i love the first barn, and really love the old part of the barn that is next with no paint on it.

John @ Sinbad and I on the Loose said...

Its okay, they look like birds to me also. I could live in that barn but it would take a lot to keep it warm enough inside for me.

EG CameraGirl said...

Oh my goodness! I am laughing here because I can never remember how to spell cupola too! Yes, I see birds on the roof also.

don said...

That white barn is in marvelous shape. A fine series. I thought "birds" at first glance. A fine post.

Nancy Chan said...

I like the first barn. Ha ha..I too thought they were big birds on the roof in the last pic.

Revrunner said...

I used to know some folks who lived in a renovated old barn. Seemed like kind of cool place.

Linda said...

Yep, those definitely look like birds!

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