My other blog

Monday, May 6, 2013

Drive-bys for Barn Charm....again

It is that time of week--time for Barn Charm.  The meme opens around 7:00 p.m.  Again I have drive-bys to offer.  These were taken back in April...the same day I took the picture of the Eugene Covered Bridge.
This one is in the best shape of the lot.
This one was rather dark in the original.  I have tried to lighten it up and still keep it natural looking.  Sometimes hard to on this laptop.

Linking to Barn Charm.

25 comments:

Sandra said...

all three are beautiful. i am wondering what that little shed is doing perched up on the roof top to the first one. and the last one is fine on my laptop....

TexWisGirl said...

i do like that second one.

Ginny said...

The second one looks like what we see when we think of a traditional barn. The first one...it looks like the top thing is broken. Each one so different.

Ellie said...

I really like your 2nd barn - I just love those sloping roofs.

Bruce Clark said...

Love that big red barn with the doors.

Genie Robinson said...

I must admit that the first one has to be my favorite of the three. It has so much personality, and I bet it has some great stories to tell. Like the roof on the second..and those tires in the third. Every barn needs some old tires propped against it :-) genie

Mari said...

You found some really good ones! I really like that top one and am sad for the condition it's in.

Nell at njschout said...

All three very different! The first one looks very battle worn. : )

Kaya said...

Beautiful, they are all beautiful these barn but the last one stole my heart. it's old and still very charming!

Beth @ E. lizard Breath Speaks said...

gorgeous pics this week. my favorite is the red with the x on the door.

i always enjoy fly bys. who has time to stop these days. ha. ha!!

enjoy your week. ( :

Jennifer @ Town and Country Living said...

I think I like the last one best. Somethin' about those windows and long sloping roof tugs at my heart strings!

Cranberry Morning said...

Great barns! The cupola on the top looks like it was used for something other than decoration. Do you know? Enjoyed the photos!

Twyla and Lindsey said...

Really nice pictures! I like the second one best. Twyla

Leave It To Davis said...

Well you must be a genius because that bottom picture is perfect! Not dark at all! Love all three barns!

Small City Scenes said...

Boy oh boy--what a bunch of old and sad fellows. I wonder what happened to the first one. MB

Pamela Gordon said...

These are beautiful barn photos. I love the first one even though it's falling down. The cupola is like a small room on the top which is unique. Great choices! Pamela

Anonymous said...

Wonderful finds, Rose.

Anonymous said...

these are just great photos!

Grandma Barb's This and That said...

All three are great finds. My favorite is the second one with the dormer windows and the white trim on the doors.

Terri said...

I like the second one best- but the first one has a nice distinctive shape. Great drive by pics!

Anonymous said...

Rose that is a trio of very charming barns! My heart belongs to the third one.. :)

Mary said...

Your drive-bys are always better than my stop and shoots :-) Great barns.

Terry said...

What a lovely discovery! I suddenly feel like going on the road, find treasures like these and know the stories behind all those rusts. Anyway, all three have their own charm, but the second photo is what I like best because of the pretty shape of its roof and looks less damage compared the two.

Terry Arnold

Anonymous said...

Great barns, esp that 2nd one, i love it... lovin that cupola on the 1st one, too! WoW

Thanks for joining =)

Carole said...

All of those are great, but for some reason the first one really captures my attention.

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 (6) Attica (3) autumn (48) bald eagle (5) barn (387) Barn Charm (98) Barn Collective (118) barn home (1) Barred Owl (1) bench (2) bicycles (2) Big Pine Creek (1) Billie Creek (1) bird's nest (3) birdhouses (4) birds (129) bloom (2) blue heron (17) 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 (46) calves (13) Camera Critters (2) canoe (1) car (4) cardinal (8) cat (5) caterpillar (1) cattle (19) chair (1) 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 (12) coneflowers (3) convertible (1) cottonwood (1) Cougar (1) courthouse (10) covered bridge (14) Covington (2) creek (3) crop duster (1) Cumberland Gap (8) dairy (1) damselfly (7) Diamond (1) Dickcissel (4) dogwood (7) door (4) dove (2) dragonfly (27) eagle (9) Eastern Kingbird (1) Edgar County (25) elderberries (1) Eugene (1) evening light (1) fall (57) family (1) farm (20) farming (5) fence (64) fence post (1) fish (1) flea market (2) flowers (97) fly (1) fog (2) Foto Tunes (1) Fowler Park (1) Frankfort (1) Franklin (1) Friday's fences (55) frog (3) from the flea market (1) funny (1) garden (1) gas pumps (1) gate (1) geese (7) Gidget's (1) goat (1) Good fences (75) Goose Pond (4) gourds (4) grain elevator (3) grass (2) Green Valley (4) guinea fowl (2) hawks (13) hay (5) hibiscus (5) hoarfrost (3) hollyhock (1) horse (7) house (46) Howe (3) http://www.blogger.com/img/blank.gif (1) Hudson (4) I'd Rather B Birdin' (4) I'D-Rather-B-Birding (6) ice (4) Illinois (90) Indiana (140) insect (40) Inspired Sunday (1) Jackson (3) Jackson Bridge (2) Jasper-Pulaski Fish and Wildlife Area (1) Johnson County (1) juvenile eagle (1) kilns (1) knife (7) leaves (6) lichen (1) light (1) lily (5) Linton (2) llama (1) locust (1) locusts (1) log cabin (2) longhorn (2) Lorelei Rose (20) 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 (1) mountains (1) mural (10) Muscatatuck (2) muskrat (2) Nashville Indiana (4) Newport (4) Noble County (4) oak (1) old (45) old barns (5) old building (7) old house (12) Old Mill Dam (2) old truck (10) osprey (2) outhouse (1) Painted Lady (1) Paris (14) Parke County (61) Patton's Corner (19) pelicans (2) Perrysville (1) pheasant (7) pickup (1) picnic table (1) plant (6) 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) road (2) Robert Frost (1) rock (2) Rockville (2) roof art (3) rooster (11) Roseville (1) round barn (4) 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 (7) silhouette Indiana (1) silo (2) Skinner Farm Museum (11) skunk (1) sky (8) skywatch (1) smiley face (1) Smokys (1) snow (45) songbird (1) Sora (1) spider (3) spring (1) squirrel (1) St. Joseph's College (1) stairs (1) starlings (2) strip pits (53) sugar Creek (1) sunflowers (13) sunrise (5) sunset (50) swallows (1) swan (5) swans (10) sycamore (4) T.C. Steele (2) Tennessee (42) 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 (2) turtles (9) 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 (1) Williamsport (2) willow (1) wind (1) window (3) winter (5) wisteria (4) woodpecker (3) yellow flowers (1)

Translate

Follow by Email

Followers

Blog Archive