15 February 2011

Tuesday Barn Charm


A couple really big barns on a working farm.  I'm about 1/4 mile from these buildings and they still look huge.
I love how these prompts from other blogs and photographers have gotten me out and about and seeing things I may have otherwise just passed by.  What a neat gift it has been for me.

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M.E.

13 comments:

Janis said...

Great shot...nice composition. I agree with you...joining in on these memes do open your eyes to many things. I now notice so many barns in my travels now.

The Whimsical Gardener said...

And a gift for us as we get to experience your perspective and creativity!

Tricia said...

Beautifully photographed... that sky is gorgeous as the background for the barn!!! =) And you're right, it IS huge!

Thanks so much & I'm glad you're having fun getting out & exploring your countryside!!! I love it, too!!! =)

jo©o said...

Hiya M.E.

I like the stark outlines of your photo.

I so agree with your view on memes. I'll be out looking for barns soon. Trouble is, most of them over here have been converted into homes. I wonder if that still counts ...
We live in a converted coach house now, but used to live in a barn that was called the King's Barn, as it once belonged to Henry VIIIth. Hard to believe, but actually true. I did the research in 16th/17th century deeds and archives in our county records.

Rose said...

I love this two in one shot...wonder what the one that is built so low is used for?

Evelyn S. said...

For next week, I have a photo of a working barn, too! It's nice to find one that's maintained and useful.

Kathleen said...

What a gorgeous photo!!

Evelyn said...

Nice photo. It make me feel that everything is anchored down, solid, and very very still....

Mary said...

This, as well as the other images on your blog, is/are truly outstanding. You have the "eye" of a professional. I hope you have a wonderful day. Blessings...Mary

Buck said...

It's beautiful. I see the years, the hard work and the care. Wish I had your eye!

justine said...

what a great find, it looks huge there against the landscape.

Kristy said...

This is beautiful! I reminds of where I grew up.

CandaceAshley said...

Beautiful barns! I just love them! Thanks for the blog visit, and the sweet notes!

Candace