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Sunday, June 26, 2016

From a hot summer day in 2007


This photo was taken 2 or 3 hours south of us, but still in Indiana.  For some reason I have always loved this barn.  I feel like I have posted it recently but cannot find it if I have.  So maybe it only crossed my mind to post it.  Along with it, I am going to post a few scenes that includes barns that was taken down in that area...


We were at Jackson-Washington State Forest...and there is a drive that goes to the top of the ridge.  We sure enjoyed the view.


These are not the greatest shots, but I thought you might enjoy the views anyway.


I am not sure if I am ready to rejoin the blogging world.  We are have Lorelei 3 and 4 days a week....she just stays here rather than us take her back and forth, or her mom coming and getting her. 

I am going to link this with The Barn Collective...

20 comments:

CountryMum said...

I thoroughly enjoyed the views very much. Thank you Rose for posting.

Francisco Manuel Carrajola Oliveira said...

Excelente trabalho.
Um abraço e uma boa semana.
Andarilhar

Mildred said...

Wonderful views and barns. Enjoy your time with Lorelei.

Tom said...

Rose, it wonderful to have you back again, you have been missed. Thanks for sharing your lovely barn collection. Take care and please stop back again.

Lea said...

Pretty scenes! The first one is extra-special

genie said...

Hoop-D-Do!!! I am happy to see you posting the pictures. You know I am only doing this blog and my artwork on Buttons and that is enough for me right now. I just cannot give up my barns. I do not remember these, but then my mind is so old I do not remember much. That first shot is so neat. I am wondering if those step like metal pieces going down the back of the barn are steps to the roof. I have never seen that before. The panoramic view is beautiful. The ones here is most case are in the flatter areas but there are a few with gorgeous views like this. genie

Gayle venturesinphotos said...

The complimentary lines of the first barn are easy on the eye and make for a handsome barn.

eileeninmd said...

Hello, wonderful collection of barns and photos. Enjoy your week with Lorelei. Happy Monday, enjoy your new week ahead!

Sandra said...

that first barn is fantastic. i love it!!! the roof on both parts is amazing... great shot

Naquillity said...

love old barns... that first pic is my favorite. have a great day~

Sandi said...

Lovely views!!

genie said...

Hoop-D-Do! Just share a picture every once in a while.

Chandra@GreenComotion said...

Great views, Rose.
Have a Happy Week!
Peace :)

Revrunner said...

Beautiful vistas.

HOOTIN ANNI said...

...and what views from the ridge. Exceptionally gorgeous.

don said...

The ridge view creates some great landscapes. I like seeing your country side and the elevated view makes that very good.

Debby Ray said...

Beautiful shots of these country views! You said it was hot...and you can even see the haze in them. Love them.

TexWisGirl said...

thank you for the farm country views.

hoping you and your daughters are well...

Small City Scenes said...

Yes those are great views and nothing nice than to see beautiful farm land. I do like that first barn and milk house. A ghost of farming past.
MB

Felicia said...

great views and barns too.

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