These are all wonderful photos, Rose. Such a shame about the first barn in such disrepair. I also love your header picture. Have a good night.
that first barn is a beauty. what a shame its in such bad shape. You always seem to find the neatest barns.
This first barn must have been beautiful!! But most farmers just can't afford to fix up their barns nowadays. I would love to have seen it in it's HAYday (pun intended). I see your beautiful blue heron below! How did I miss that post? I's a wonderful photo, you even captured his flashing eyes.
it looks like that beautiful old aging barn is slowing dropping to its knees for the last time
The first barn's roof is going to cave in anytime now.
Even though it's in sad shape, that first old barn appeals to me. I think it's the colours.
These are very interesting barns. The first one will not last long. The others look to be in good shape. A very successful post.
Wonderful photos, I do love old buildings.Take care!
Those old buildings have so much character, and beautiful! Great photos Rose :)
...oh Rose, I like the first one, but we best enjoy it while it's standing. What a nice small. red saltbox style barn. I appreciate your visit, I hope to see you again.
What an interesting barn. I know it will fall in soon. Its got quite the different siding on it. Cool shotsMB
I feel sad for the barns that are neglected. Sigh!
Love that first barn - I find it interesting that at one time someone loved it enough to paint it lavender.
That first barn doesn't look like it will be standing for very much longer!!Nice shot!!
All great photos, but I especially like the first barn....it must have really been a beauty when first built. Still has a charm about it. Thanks for your comment on my post.
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