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Saturday, February 6, 2016

One white barn for the Barn Collection

This is another barn from the last week of January..
Don't you love its nice new roof?
Sorry about the pole...
I always like this style of barn...
and it is always interesting to see what is hiding in and around them.

Linking to The Barn Collective.

17 comments:

Tom said...

Thanks Rose for sharing these white and red barns...with a blue sky you'd be ready for the 4th of July. Have a super week and please return soon.

Lea said...

Now if they would put a new coat of white on the barn, it would be spectacular!
Have a great day!

John "By Stargoose And Hanglands" said...

I like the textures of the deteriorating paintwork but there seems to be a lot of work for a full-time barn painter in your part of the world.

Mildred said...

I love this barn and the roof is awesome.

Sandra said...

a very attractive barn and i see two vehicles living in it.. i wonder what the people who built that old barn would think of the bright green horse living in it now.

HOOTIN ANNI said...

With barns like this you chose to share, I would love to go through them to see what's stored inside!!! Like finding an old model T Ford....or an antique wagon yoke....

Great photos.

Judy said...

I do love seeing a new roof on these old barns, it really does make a difference in the life of the barn. I wish I could go in these old barns to see what's hiding :)

don said...

A fine barn collection. They all look fairly sturdy and well maintained.

JoAnn ( Scene Through My Eyes) said...

Beautiful barn. I'd love to peek in the doors and see what is inside.

Nancy Chan said...

A brand new coat of paint makes the barn looks like new!

Small City Scenes said...

Nice barn I like that style too. Glad it has a new roof too
MB

Terri @ Coloring Outside the Lines said...

Love the red roof and the whitewashed wood- even though I just don't see what is wrong with plain weathered wood. LOL! I do like this style of barn also- good capture!

TexWisGirl said...

really pretty!

Lois Evensen said...

Great shots! So much utility and beauty in these images.

genie said...

Rose...You and I were on the same wave length again with our white barns. Mine was just a “Barn Alert” so only got the one fly by. Your shots are beautiful and I agree with you about the rood...gorgeous. You really did a great job this week.

Martha said...

Beautiful white barn, and I love it's red tin roof.
I am always interested to know what is in and around these old structures.
:0)

Linda said...

What a great roofline! Thanks for sharing this barn.

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