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Saturday, March 19, 2016

More from February 29

These are barns photographed at the end of February...I thought I would use them for The Barn Collective.  For the first two, Roger was able to pause and let me snap a couple pics.
It is not a very big barn...
We were going at a good pace when I captured this one.  It was quite a distance away.  I was only able to snag one shot.
 I have no excuse for not having a better photo of this barn.  We were going through curves and not going fast at all.

I plan to link to The Barn Collective, if I think of it tomorrow.  Lorelei is here

Edited to add:  I totally forgot I wanted to post the barn below.
This was a barn at the Skinner Farm Museum.  I don't think I have posted this view before.

16 comments:

TexWisGirl said...

like that first one a lot. :) (hi, lorelei!)

The Furry Gnome said...

Great group of barns, especially the first one!

Stephanie said...

Love the second shot!

JoAnn ( Scene Through My Eyes) said...

Wonderful wonderful barns. The red and white one is striking. I love that last one!!!

John "By Stargoose And Hanglands" said...

I particularly like that first one which seems to have lots of interesting features.

eileeninmd said...

Hello, Wonderful barn series. I like the first one also. I hope you and Lorelei had a fun day together. Happy Sunday, enjoy your new week ahead!

Sandra said...

I love them all, the red and white is the prettiest but the 3 whole barn at the top is what i like best. we could park 3 cars in that one

Tom said...

Thanks Rose for sharing this great collection this week. The first weathered barn is is my favorite. Let's hope that there are a bunch more to share from your next of the woods.

don said...

A very good collection of barns. Your drive=by shot was very good I thought.

Revrunner said...

Ah, the always patient and understanding Roger! :-)

Small City Scenes said...

That little red and white brick? stone? barn is so sweet a real treasure I think. The first one my heart goes out to.
great shots on the run as it were.
MB

Judy said...

All great shots Rose!

KL Pyle said...

Hi! Do you have any photos of the relocated canal warehouse on the Skinner Farm? I am an avid Wabash&ErieCanal history buff.

KL Pyle said...

Hi! Do you have any photos of the relocated canal warehouse on the Skinner Farm? I am an avid Wabash & Erie Canal buff.

KL Pyle said...

Hi! Do you have any photos of the relocated canal warehouse on the Skinner Farm? I am an avid Wabash&ErieCanal history buff.

Rose said...

KL Pyle...if I have a photo of it, I am not aware that that is what it is. I have wondered if it is the old building in this post, the third and fourth photo down. I had just assumed it was an old barn. My husband had a stroke last fall...we would have been back up there if not for that. If we make it up there again, I will asked Norman about it.

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