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Monday, July 15, 2013

Barn Charm again....

 I am going to share some odds and ends of barn shots today.  The one above was taken last fall, in the morning hours.  If you expand the view, I think you can tell for sure that frost is still on the ground.  I don't think this shot is good technically, but there is something about it I like.  Maybe it is all the starlings or blackbirds or whatever they were...can't remember for sure but am thinking starlings.  This barn is not very far from here at all.
 This one is another from last fall...I have shared other shots of it from other years, but don't think I posted this one.  This place always has the feel of something going on or about to happen to me.  Or that busy people live there.
 I always like this little barn...like the one above it is north of us...probably a good half hour of driving.  This was taken the same day as the one above.  I could find it...and have general feel of where the other one is, too.
Now this one was taken the same day also, but I have no clue where it is at.  Cannot remember it for the life of me.

But just thought I would share them on Barn Charm...

18 comments:

TexWisGirl said...

really like the rust on the roof of the 2nd one. and that last has a real spraaawwwlll

Kaya said...

The first barns are so worn out and that makes them very beautiful.

And I love so much the white barns. They are also so special!!!!!

Beth @ E. lizard Breath Speaks said...

my favorite is #3. what gorgeous views. so nice. ( :

Bruce Clark said...

Great looking barns one and all!

Mari said...

You found some great odd and end barns! I love the tractor in the second shot too.

Cheryl @ TFD said...

These are all wonderful, Rose! I think the 3rd photo is my favorite, I love the lane and the way the fall leaves are framing the barn.

Twyla and Lindsey said...

That third one really pulls at my heartstrings! Twyla

Ginny said...

The last two are kept up wonderfully, the first one has really gone to the birds!

Elaine said...

Lovely series of barns! I second shot has a lot of appeal, and the first looks almost like it could be the setting for a horror movie.

Nell at njschout said...

They are all wonderful barns, and yes, I think the birds add something to the photo.

Sandra said...

my pic of today is the second photo... just beautiful, trees, barn and tractors. and i do love the line of birds in the first one.

Tanya Breese said...

beautiful pictures and i love the one with all the birds on the wire!

don said...

You selected a fine series of barns for today. I like each one in that they offer such a good variety.

Leave It To Davis said...

Very nice collection of barns....that's a LOT of birds on that high line!!

Small City Scenes said...

Nice lil working barns. I like the early morning one with all the birds on the wires. they are planning their daily events I imagine.
You comment cracked me up. I do that sometimes too. I think my brain is working faster than my eyes. LOL MB

Dee said...

I would love to find these barns...I think barns look so amazing in the fall. The first photo with the birds and frost is my favorite.

EG CameraGirl said...

It's so mice to see autumn photos - a reminder that this heat will eventually pass.

Anonymous said...

I see what you mean about the 2nd one being 'busy'... love the fading white paint & that rusted roof! Love the calm feel of the 3rd, very tranquil, like it's been tucked in for the night. hehehe
Love all the white!

Thank you for joining, Rose! =)))

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