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Sunday, April 12, 2015

Barn Collective

There seems to be a never ending supply of barns in our area.
 This barn is in Snohomish County, south of Bellingham about an hour's drive.  It is one of the most peaceful and quiet parks - with wildlife, hiking trails and spectacular views.  There was a sign that warned about bears in the area, though none have been seen for a couple years.
 It is a memorial.
This is the Nakashima Barn - located at one of the trailheads on the 30 mile Centennial Trail.
 While out viewing the tulip fields we came across this lovely house and white barn

And this one along Hiway 9 - south of Bellingham.  I like its face.


Julie Fukuda said...

Your barn file must be huge by now. wonder how you can even remember which ones you have taken pictures of before. Actually, I am in complete envy of all that space, uncovered by concrete.

J said...

Not only are the structures beautiful, but the settings as well. So peaceful with the forested and mountainous backdrops!

Lorrie said...

The white barn looks well cared for. Beautiful photos of your picturesque area.

Rose said...

I see faces in a lot of barns, too! These are wonderful, specially the white one.

eileeninmd said...

Great barn shots! Usually I love the red barns but the white barn is wonderful. Have a happy new week!

The Weaver of Grass said...

I adore your barns JoAnn - so different from our stone-built ones.

Nancy's Notes said...

What an elegant looking old white barn! I'm crazy about barns, love it!

Have a glorious week!

Maggie said...

Fascinating barns, the white one could almost be a church, so beautiful.

Kay said...

That white barn looks almost too perfect to use! Around our house something like that would have dirty handprints in no time!

Powell River Books said...

The white barn looks good enough to live in, but I like the weathered classic look of the last one. - Margy