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Saturday, September 2, 2017

Barns from the archives...

I am resorting to barns from the archives again...I don't remember where we were when I took these...but we were coming home from somewhere. 


I think this is a drive by....that looks like the windshield at the bottom of the photo.


Another snag while driving by...straight on shots turn out better than shooting out the side window..


This one is NOT a drive-by.  I have two or three  where I have zoomed in.


Notice the chains up in the peak?

This is a drive by for sure...you can see a reflection from the window.

Linking to The Barn Collective...

19 comments:

Denise inVA said...

Great collection of barns from your archives Rose. There is a definite beauty to these old buildings and their surroundings.

Ginny Hartzler said...

I also especially like the trees in these pictures. The next to last picture...the angle you snapped it at makes it look like a covered bridge!

JoAnn ( Scene Through My Eyes) said...

Absolutely stunning - love the colors and composition.

Lea said...

Very interesting barns!
Window reflections are annoying, but sometimes one chance at a photo is all we get.
Have a wonderful day!

Sandra said...

Your drive back photos are so amazing if you didn't tell us they were a drive-by we wouldn't know it and I love the one with the chains in it that is just so beautiful

Betty Crow said...

I do a lot of drive by shootings. :) Yours turned out a lot better than most of mine. One of the tricks is to have a clean windshield, which isn't always the case. We have a truck and I can't reach it to clean the bugs off. I really like the cavernous opening with surrounding ivy. Nice!

Bonny Bonafilla said...

I so love your old wooden barns. They're so picturesque and have such character. Beautiful shots.

eileeninmd said...

Hello, wonderful series of barn finds. I love the weathered look on these old barns. The last one is my favorite. Happy Sunday, enjoy your day and new week ahead!

Tom said...

...Rose, a great collection! Number 5 looks like the portal to a covered bridge. Thanks for sharing this week, I hope to see you back again.

Jeevan said...

Interesting barns and well capture from the drive

Brian King said...

Those are some beautiful barns! Love the last one!

Bill said...

All very nicely caught, Rose.

Ruth Hiebert said...

I like the vines growing up that old barn.

GreenComotion said...

Hi Rose-
I like your drivebys. They seem harmless :)

The Ivy on the barn is really beautiful.
Nice find, snap and share.

Hope you and Roger are doing well.

Have a Happy Weekend!
Peace :)

VioletSky said...

"I don't remember where we were when I took these...but we were coming home from somewhere." Great line!
Lovely shots. That is a huge opening in the second last barn!

Carol Mattingly said...

I love your barn images Rose. They are so beautiful. Every single one. Carol

A Colorful World said...

Fantastic barns, Rose! I really love the last one!

Klara S said...

Nice series, #5 looks like entrance to the darkness...

koi seo said...

There is a definite beauty to these old buildings and their surroundings.


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