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Monday, May 7, 2012

Two for charm...Barn Charm that is...

These first two photos are the same barn...I take a picture of this barn every time I pass it...it is just very appealing to me sitting over there. I also like that this time there were cattle in front of it. It is located in Parke County, Indiana.

Then there is this last photo...I took it some time this spring...not real sure where it was, only know that it is probably within 20 miles of home.
This post is being linked to Tricia's Barn Charm Meme.

25 comments:

TexWisGirl said...

i like the 2nd one. almost looks blue in those shadows. :)

Lesley said...

I like how the cattle are just lazing about under the tree!

Amy Burzese said...

Barns are always better with hay and the animals!

E. said...

love the last shot. i really love the blue tint. (:

Elaine said...

Two charmers!! Love seeing all the activity around the first one.

EG CameraGirl said...

Great barn (first two photos)! I love the bales of hay out front. I like the weathering wood in all three photos.

Ginny Hartzler said...

I love the last picture, the light makes the roof look blue!

rkbsnana said...

Well, well. Very interesting.

Judy said...

Awesome Rose! I love the blue look to the last one.

Cheryl @ TFD said...

Now these beauties really make me homesick for the farm I grew up on! Nice shots!

Ellie said...

I can see why you like it and those hay bales look great. Nice to see a working barn.

Linda said...

I love that last shot - the colors are great with the shadows!

Latane Barton said...

Very nice barn photos. There is just something about a barn that draws us to it.

MadSnapper said...

wow on the blue shadowed barn. love it. and the trees and bales of hay in the first add to the charm. i would snap it every time i saw it for sure.

Lois Evensen said...

Very nice. I like the second one where so much is "going on." Very nice shot.

Anonymous said...

that top one is appealing to the eye, like you said, & that 2nd one reminds me of one by my parent's farm.

thanks for joining, Rose! =)

don said...

A fine barn. I can see why you re-shoot it every time you go by there. It is very interesting. The last one has appeal too.

Brian King said...

Great barns, Rose! I love the weathered look of both of them!

Deanna said...

Those are really nice barns, Rose. Love the one with the hay bales. So interesting.

Anonymous said...

I do like that first barn too. It reminds me of the barns around here.

Nancy C said...

Very nice barns, Rose. I always love seeing livestock around a barn. Makes me happy. :)

Bonnie K said...

Wow I really enjoy your photos! Glad you swung by my porch.

Roan said...

I love teh hay outside. Very nice barns.

Debbie said...

oh i like the last one, the shades on it make it look like a pretty shade of blue!!

the bales of hay always say "barn" in such a soft, pretty way!!

Susan said...

Wow, so pretty! I have to go up to northern Utah to see barns like these. Awesome!

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