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Saturday, July 22, 2017

One barn, many views

I have shown this barn before, but it has been a while....every time I run across the pictures of it, it makes me smile.


We were coming home from Sarah's, when she lived at Indianapolis...or we may have just met them at the half way point for them to pick up Lorelei.  Anyway, we decided to take a detour and drive some of the backroads on the way home.  Imagine my joy when we spotted this barn...at first we see this view....but wait!


There's more on the side!  Isn't that cool!


So, I am thinking this is all....and in my opinion wonderful.
But we are not done yet!


Even the back had a scene painted on it.



This is my entry for The Barn Collective

21 comments:

Ginny Hartzler said...

What a wonderful surprise!! This is awesome! Now, I wonder if the farmer is an artist, or if he hired someone to do this. My favorite side is the one in the first picture. You really hit the jackpot with this. It is the most gorgeous and unique barn I have ever seen. And it fits right in with it's surroundings.

Mildred said...

I absolutely love this. What a labor of love this is.
God bless your day. xoxo

Sandra said...

I LOVE IT!!! this might be the coolest barn you have ever posted. someone is a very talented artist..

Tom said...

...Rose, what wonderful images on this great barn! You could look at it over and over again and see something new. Just the kind of barn to visit again. Thanks for sharing, enjoy your day!

eileeninmd said...

Hello, passing this barn would make me smile too. I love the murals, they are awesome. Great barn photos. Happy Sunday, enjoy your day and week ahead!

don said...

It's amazing that someone went to this much trouble to decorate their barn. An excellent presemtation of the barn from every side.

The Furry Gnome said...

Neatest barn I've seen! Don't remember it from before, so thanks for sharing it again.

Lea said...

Wonderful! Beautiful! Amazing!
This would be a good post to link to the Monday Murals meme tomorrow.
Have a great day!

Carol Mattingly said...

That has to be the most handsomest barn art I've ever encountered. Well done. Carol

NatureFootstep said...

some kind of "mural" I guess. An artful owner to this one :)

Ruth Hiebert said...

Now that is pretty special. Someone has gone to a lot of work to turn this barn into a work of art.

happyone said...

What a treasure that barn is. Beautiful.
Someone is very talented.

Klara S said...

So cool idea to paint barn like this.

ellen b. said...

Wow! I love this barn with all the murals on the different walls! Fabulous.

Patti said...

What a great idea--I love this barn!

Denise inVA said...

Oh my, this would make me smile from ear to ear. What a very beautiful and artsy barn.

Christine said...

Oh my word, this is a real beauty with so many wonderful scenes!
We just don't see anything like this over here, so thanks for sharing!

Red Rose Alley said...

Oh my, what a cool barn this is. So many interesting things to see all around it. Whoever worked on this, is very artistic, indeed.

~Sheri

Small City Scenes said...

Oh my word what a beauty. Wonderful artist.
MB

JoAnn ( Scene Through My Eyes) said...

Wow - someone had a lot of fun with that one - so glad you got all the views.

Felicia said...

WOW!!!!! love it.

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