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.
Now if they would put a new coat of white on the barn, it would be spectacular!Have a great day!
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.
I love this barn and the roof is awesome.
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.
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.
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 :)
A fine barn collection. They all look fairly sturdy and well maintained.
Beautiful barn. I'd love to peek in the doors and see what is inside.
A brand new coat of paint makes the barn looks like new!
Nice barn I like that style too. Glad it has a new roof tooMB
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!
Great shots! So much utility and beauty in these images.
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.
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)
What a great roofline! Thanks for sharing this barn.
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