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Monday, October 26, 2020

Barn on IN St Rd 36....


 A nice barn seen on the way to and from our daughters' houses.

25 comments:

Ginny Hartzler said...

Lovely. You think this is the owner's name on it?

Hill Top Post said...

What a wonderful collection of old barn pictures you have! This one seems to have been well cared for.

CheerfulMonk said...

Yet another barn picture to warm my heart! ❤️

Bill said...

IT is a fine barn--- Not ancient, but certainly older!

calusarus said...

A very nice one

Ann said...

Nice looking barn. I wonder if that name is the owner or if he just let someone use his barn for advertising

Hootin' Anni said...

Such a pretty scene!

ushasurya said...

Nestling quitely in that field..Looks beautiful!! I never get tired of watching barn shots!!!
Devi :)

Martha said...

I love old barn photos, this one seems to be in good shape. Thanks for sharing with us!

Sandra said...

I'm so glad we're getting to see some more Barnes because you're going to be running back and forth to their house and that'll give you more chances to take drive-by shootings. I fell yesterday the stories on madsnapper

Laurel Wood said...

Great barn photo, Rose.

Judy said...

Great barn, I do miss Barn Charm.

Ruthie said...

WHat a lovely rural landscape

John "By Stargoose And Hanglands" said...

It looks as though it has quite a story to tell.

A Left-Eyed View said...

So stately in its size as it towers over the farmstead!

Ruth Hiebert said...

It is another large barn. Many animals made that their temporary home.

....peter:) said...

i love the way that you framed this barn with the sun on its face and the shadows along its side Rose...peter:)

Steve in Japan said...

It's an old timer but in pretty good shape. Nice shot with the soybeans in front.

Small City Scenes said...

Very nice
MB

Kodak said...

Nice barn photo. I think all photographers love to shoot barns.

happyone said...

Yes, that is a nice one.

Michael Rawluk said...

Very nice.

harry said...

the soybean field (right?) makes a fine brown foreground for the barn complex. I wonder what Bill Lawter is prepared to trade.

ElaineH said...

This is a beautiful barn! A very nice rural scene which I really like.

Laura. M said...

Gran almacen de grano Rose.
Cudate.
Un abrazo

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