My other blog

Monday, March 25, 2013

Photo overload....

It is time for Barn Charm again...a big thanks to Tricia.  I don't always thank her, but I do appreciate her hosting it.

I took the photos of this barn yesterday...so thought I best show it while it is still in season!
 I almost used the above as a stand alone shot...
 but then I know how I love seeing different shots of the same barn so thought I would include these.
 I actually have pics of this barn taken in a different season, you can see it HERE. Not much has changed.
I do see that the electrical cord that was leading to the ladder is missing...but the ladder is still there.  Also notice the door up top...and look at it in the other post...the other photos were taken in the spring of 2011...well, they were posted in the spring of 2011.  I am assuming I had taken them close to the time I posted them.  Anyway, hope you enjoy.

23 comments:

TexWisGirl said...

i do really like the first shot. nothing better than a red midwestern barn in the snow!!!

Nancy said...

The red barn against the white is really pretty...and thanks for showing us different views.

Sonya @ Under the Desert Sky said...

I love that red barn. It's very stunning against the wintry background.

Laura~Pretty Pix said...

Red barn in snowy surroundings, a beautiful image you captured here!

Karen @ away for the weekend said...

I like seeing different shots of the same barn - it's amazing how different each view is. This one is great - red and snow - very nice!

Grandma Barb's This and That said...

I'm glad you included the other views of the barn. My favorite is the second one. I really like the closeup.

Cranberry Morning said...

Oh yes, I certainly did enjoy this post. I have a special fondness for red barns. I suspect that it was cheaper to paint a barn white, but that deep true barn-red paint is so beautiful. The redder reds just aren't the same.

Ginny said...

These are beautiful! And I do think my favorite is the first one..it is rather like Andrew Wyeth.

Mari said...

It's a charming barn - I love that first shot!

Susan said...

Oh Rose, I love all the shots. So beautiful with the snow.

Laura Delegal - Leroy Photography said...

Nothing quite as striking as a red barn amist white snow.

Elaine said...

The first shot is definitely worthy of being a stand alone shot. It's gorgeous! However, I'm glad you included the other views and the link back to the barn in spring. It's a great old barn with a of character!

Nell at njschout said...

Love the different angles you took of this barn! : )

Cheryl @ TFD said...

There's nothing prettier than a red barn in the snow! That first shot is my favorite...beautiful!

Sandra said...

i looked at the other post and i like the barn in the snow on this one the best. i like all the STUFF up against the walls in the close up

debi said...

Great barn, especially lovely contrasting with the snow.

don said...

It's a great looking barn. I like your variety of shots that give us interesting views of the details. I did enjoy seeing them.

Small City Scenes said...

It is a lovely barn and I muse suppose that it is slowly falling apart. So sad but it has it's beauty.
Your remark about flying---I feel the same way.LOL sometimes I am soaring above all. It is a cool feeling. MB

Judy said...

I really like this one. It's one we definitely could see around here.

Mary said...

Still a charming barn and these are all great photos!

Margaret said...

It is amazing how that upper barn door can just dangle like that. The red against he snow and grey background trees is really stunning. It is a barn that should be photographed in all seasons. I'd love to know how old it is. :) What kind of foundation does it have? Stone?

Karen @ Pieces of Contentment said...

Quite fascinating to see the details, although it's your fist shot which has a real "wow" factor.

Anonymous said...

Oh oh pretty pretty, love that red in all that white =)

Related Posts Plugin for WordPress, Blogger...

About the photography

All photos are ©Rose Swalls unless otherwise stated .
Click to enlarge photos.

Labels

4-leaf clover (1) accident (1) Albion (5) All Seasons (2) allis chalmers (1) American Bittern (1) Amish (13) Amish farm (7) animal (2) antiques (8) apple crates (2) apples (2) architecture (10) Arthur (8) Attica (3) autumn (52) B&W (1) bald eagle (5) barn (405) Barn Charm (98) Barn Collective (118) barn home (1) barn-house (1) Barred Owl (1) bench (2) bicycles (2) Big Pine Creek (1) Billie Creek (1) bird's nest (3) birdhouses (4) birds (154) bloom (2) blue heron (19) boat (2) brick (1) Bridgeton (8) Bridgeton covered bridge (3) Bridgeton House (2) Brouillette's Creek (2) Bubbie (3) bud (1) buggy wheel (1) building (2) bus (1) butterfly (50) calves (13) Camera Critters (2) canoe (1) car (4) cardinal (8) cat (5) caterpillar (1) cattle (21) chair (1) Charlie (2) chickadee (1) chicken (7) Christmas (2) Christmas night shot (1) church (19) Clairborne County (2) Clay City Pottery festival. (1) clematis (5) clothespins (1) clouds (15) coneflowers (5) convertible (1) cottonwood (1) Cougar (1) courthouse (11) covered bridge (15) Covington (2) creek (4) crop duster (1) Cumberland Gap (8) dairy (1) damselfly (7) Delta (2) Diamond (1) Dickcissel (4) dogwood (8) door (4) dove (2) dragonfly (27) eagle (9) Eastern Kingbird (1) Edgar County (25) elderberries (1) Eugene (1) evening light (1) fall (61) family (1) farm (20) farming (5) fence (64) fence post (1) fish (1) flea market (2) flowers (106) fly (1) fog (2) forge (1) Foto Tunes (1) Fowler Park (1) Frankfort (1) Franklin (1) Friday's fences (55) frog (5) from the flea market (1) funny (1) garden (2) gas pumps (1) gate (1) geese (10) Gidget's (1) goat (1) Good fences (75) Goose Pond (4) gourds (4) grain elevator (3) grass (3) Green Valley (4) guinea fowl (2) hawks (16) hay (5) hibiscus (5) hoarfrost (3) hollyhock (1) horse (8) house (50) Howe (3) http://www.blogger.com/img/blank.gif (1) Hudson (4) I'd Rather B Birdin' (7) I'D-Rather-B-Birding (6) ice (4) Illinois (91) Indiana (145) insect (46) Inspired Sunday (1) Jackson (3) Jackson Bridge (2) Jasper-Pulaski Fish and Wildlife Area (1) Johnson County (1) juvenile eagle (1) kilns (1) knife (8) leaves (6) lichen (1) light (1) lily (5) Linton (2) llama (1) locust (1) locusts (1) log cabin (2) longhorn (2) Lorelei Rose (21) lotus (2) Mackinac Bridge (1) Madison (4) mailbox (5) Mama Squirrel (2) Mansfield (5) Markle (3) Mellow Yellow Monday (2) milkweed bugs (1) milkweed pod (2) mill (3) mill wheel (1) monarch (3) Montezuma (2) morning glory (1) moth (2) mountains (1) mural (10) Muscatatuck (2) muskrat (2) My Corner of the World (4) Nashville Indiana (4) Newport (4) Noble County (4) oak (1) old (57) old barns (6) old building (11) old house (19) Old Mill Dam (2) old truck (12) osprey (2) outhouse (1) Painted Lady (1) Paris (14) Parke County (61) Patton's Corner (20) pelicans (2) Perrysville (1) pheasant (8) pickup (2) picnic table (1) plant (8) planter (1) poison ivy (1) porch (7) praying mantis (2) pumpkins (2) quilt (2) quilt barn (4) quilt block (3) rainbows (1) red (1) red-winged blackbird (4) reflections (1) repost (1) road (2) Robert Frost (1) rock (2) Rockville (2) roof art (4) rooster (13) Roseville (1) round barn (5) Rubbish Tuesday (15) Ruby Tuesday (10) Rurality blog hop (3) Sandhill Cranes (2) sassafras leaves (1) Saturday's Critters. (2) Scribefire (1) seedpods (2) sepia scenes (7) sewing (1) sheep (1) Shipshewana (10) short-eared owl (5) signs (8) silhouette Indiana (1) silo (2) Skinner Farm Museum (12) skunk (1) sky (8) skywatch (2) smiley face (1) Smokys (1) snow (47) songbird (1) Sora (1) spider (3) spring (1) squirrel (1) St. Joseph's College (1) stairs (1) starlings (2) storm (1) strip pits (54) sugar Creek (1) sunflowers (13) sunrise (6) sunset (53) swallows (1) swans (18) sycamore (4) T.C. Steele (2) Tennessee (53) Terraplane (1) Terre Haute (4) Texico (1) texture (1) The Bird D'pt (1) thistle (9) tobacco (1) Today's flowers (2) tractor (6) tree (14) tree frog (1) trees (4) truck (5) Tuesday's Treasures (34) tulip (1) tunnel (2) turkey (4) turtles (12) Veedersburg (2) Vermillion County (12) video (2) Vigo County (2) vines (2) Wabash Avenue (1) Wabash River (2) water lily (9) weather (1) weekend reflections (1) West Terre Haute (1) Whooping Cranes (1) wildflower (1) wildflowers (4) Williamsport (2) willow (1) wind (1) window (3) winter (7) wisteria (4) woodpecker (3) yellow flowers (1)

Translate

Follow by Email

Followers

Blog Archive