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Sunday, March 13, 2016

For the Barn Collective

Kind of late joining the Barn Collective...I meant to join last night but forgot and did another post.  So just waited...

These were taken during the past week...




Even though Roger had just used the windshielf wipers, it was misting just a bit too hard for me to get raindrop free shot.


I bet I have passed these two barns at least half a dozen times and had never noticed them because of the direction we were going.


We happened to pass by them going east and had time enough to pause and snap a few pics.


I hope if you have any barns that you will join the Barn Collective.

18 comments:

Tom said...

Barns sure come in all shapes and sizes. Rose thanks for finding all these great ones and please keep up the hunt. I hope to see you soon.

Martha said...

I like all of those.
:0)

JoAnn ( Scene Through My Eyes) said...

Great barns - interesting shapes and sizes. I have discovered too that if we go both directions on a road that I often see a lot more barns.

Linda said...

Love the bright red color!

Small City Scenes said...

Interesting Rose. I like them all and I think the second one looks like it has been added on to several times.
MB

The Cranky said...

Beautiful barns and I think the raindrops enhance the photo. =)

eileeninmd said...

Hello Rose, these are all great finds. I like that they are all red barns, my favorite. Happy Monday, enjoy your new week!

Lea said...

Don't worry about the raindrops. We who like barns are interested in the weather, too!
Have a great week!
Lea

Sandra said...

i am glad you noticed the barns you never noticed. they are beautiful..

don said...

You have a fine collection of barns with which to join today. A few raindrops doesn't hurt that amazing barn attached grain device.

genie said...

Gee Wiz! I found two and thought that was great, and then here you come along with all of these. I really like the green roof on the one with the raindrops, the last one with its weathered look, and the one with the brand new bright paint. You did a fabuous time this week. Lots of great barns.

Debby Ray said...

A beautiful red barn always makes my heart beat just a little faster :)

CountryMum said...

Very nice barns. I quite like the effect of the raindrops on the windshield... perhaps because it has just been hot and dry for so long that any form of rain is beautiful.

TexWisGirl said...

red and cupolas - nice!

Stephanie said...

Love all your barn shots!

Small City Scenes said...

PS: I like your Pelican header.Remember the poem
A wonderful bird is the pelican,: His bill will hold more than his belican,: He can take in his beak: Enough food for a week: But I'm damned if I see how the helican!
MB

Felicia said...

these are all wonderful rose.

Chandra@GreenComotion said...

The red and the white sure are a stark difference compared to the bleary, grey, winter sky.
Nice find and photos, Rose.
Have a Happy Week!
Peace :)

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