10 October 2011

Barn Charm




 A pair of barns that have a little life left in them.


You can see the bean field hasn't been cut yet.  
Also, some of the trees are turning orange and yellow, 
but plenty of green left due to the higher than average rain.  
We'd be happy to send some to the southwest.

More lovely barns with Tricia:


M.E.

13 comments:

TexWisGirl said...

really lovely!

Mari said...

I love the shape of the top one! They are both nice looking barns.

Rose said...

I like the top one, but would be happy to own either one.

forgetmenot said...

Barns do have a certain charm. Love that first photo--the colors are so bright and vivid. Nice shot. Mickie :)

Angela said...

Those are some nice barns! Looks like they are well kept and loved too!

Judy said...

They're both nice, but I'm leaning towards the top one.

Tanya said...

i love the first one with the colorful flowers in it, both are great though!

Kathy S said...

Beautiful. I love the first one.

Tricia said...

The barns are beautiful, esp the top one & I love the colorful flowers in the foreground... great finds & shots!

Thank you for joining in =)

Donna said...

Love that first one - I want a house like that! And yes, please send the southwest some rain. :)

EG Wow said...

Soybeans are still drying in the fields near me too! I very much like the barn in the first photo.

Ashley said...

Old barns are my absolute fav. I love to get up early when the fog has yet to lift fully..and I take pictures of barns : ) I just love it!

Carole said...

A lot of life left I'd say. Great shots. :-)

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