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Wednesday, October 30, 2019

Wide and low...


I always wonder if barns built like this are mainly for storing farm equipment.

21 comments:

ElaineH said...

A beautiful image of this barn. Probably equipment and hay in the top? I love taking pictures of barns.

Steven said...

That has me wondering too. But, unless there are other overhead service doors on other facades of the barn, what we see is a fairly small service entry that may not accommodate all types of equipment. Nicely-textured facade with the peeled paint on the clapboard siding. A nice standout against the cloudless blue sky.

Ginny Hartzler said...

Wow, this is gorgeous! It may be wide and low, but it looks like it still has a second floor, maybe a hay loft?

Nancy Chan said...

I wonder how it looks like inside.

Linda said...

My guess is it's for hay. Nice find.

Bill said...

Hay, straw, horses, and some equipment.

Ann said...

Well now I'm wondering too if the different styles of barns are for different purposes or just because the person building them liked that style.

Francisco Manuel Carrajola Oliveira said...

Gosto de ver estas estruturas e aproveito para desejar a continuação de uma boa semana.

Andarilhar
Dedais de Francisco e Idalisa
O prazer dos livros

Yamini MacLean said...

Hari Om
Definitely a hayloft up top... I love this image not just for the barn, but for the whole framing here - the pattern... YAM xx

eileeninmd said...

Hello,

It is a beautiful and big barn. Great photo! Enjoy your day, wishing you a happy weekend ahead.

ushasurya said...

Hay, horses, straw, farm equipment ? And that silo full of grains!!
Lovely image :) A utility construction for sure !
Devi :)))

Ruthie said...

I like this point of view. A lovely barn. I think hay is stored in the upper level. Friendship

ClickNCamera said...

Love the weathered look of this barn. I would love to peek in and see for myself what's inside! Enjoy your day...

happyone said...

That's a great looking barn.

Kodak said...

Very nice shot. It looks like it was once painted white but the paint is fading.

don said...

A beautiful barn with an impressive angle of the roof. That it may contain equipment is probably a good guess.

don said...

A beautiful barn with an impressive angle of the roof. That it may contain equipment is probably a good guess.

Steve in Japan said...

It used to be for storing hay. That big upper door is the clue. These days maybe it's just for machinery.

Marie Smith said...

Love the old barns around here too.

Hill Top Post said...

I wonder, because of the windows, if the barn might have once been a dairy. And the upper loft for hay. It is still a real beauty. The peeling white paint is really in style these days.

Neal said...

I don't know but I love it!!

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