This is not the greatest shot...it was a drive by, of course. And I am shooting across in front of Roger. Still, it is one of my better attempts for this barn. It is not far from home, but no place to pull off and get a good picture.
This one is not real sharp, but still you can see the front of it.
This was a drive-by, too, but better than the other I think. Only going about 50 and heading straight towards it...drive-bys are just better if you are shooting in front of you instead of to the side. It was a small barn, but I thought just so neat and tidy it deserved to be published.
We were on a country road, stopped and I was out of the Rav. Have more pics from this place that I am saving for Good Fences.
This one was on the edge of Russelville....it has seen better days....
On our drive yesterday we came to a little town we had never been in, Russellville. Roger spotted this old house...I really hope to go back there someday to see if it has been given a new lease on life.
The door doesn't look too old, but that porch and steps could be updated one way or the other.
Hopefully, I will remember to link to the Barn Collective without Tom having to remind me this time. I totally forgot last week till he reminded me.
Anyway, I didn't get out to hunt any new barns, or take any new barn photos this past week, so going all the way back to November of 2005
These are all barns fairly close to where I live now...I bet none are more than 10 miles away. If even that.
But of the ones I am showing from that day, I think I could find the one above...
and possibly this one. Maybe we should go for a drive next week and see if we can find these barns and see what they look like now.
I like this one for the fact that there are cows and fences in the shot....
Here we have a cropped portion of the photo...look at that little calf! Just so little.
Here is the last photo of this post....I thought at first not exactly a barn photo, but at the end of the field on the right is is the top of what appears to be a barn. Go ahead and click on this photo if none of the others...I love it when the view is expanded. It is one of my favorite photos I have ever taken.
I hope if you have barns in your photos, that you will find one to link with The Barn Collective!
We were wandering around somewhere over in Illinois when we came across this place. It was a house on the corner...not a business. There are a lot of treasures here that I would like to have, though what I would do with them is more than I know.