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Wednesday, May 13, 2015

Rurality Blog Hop

Seems there is no end to the barns in our area - I love the variety.


 Old weathered barns
 With different kinds of roofs
And a barn and silo - in front of The Sisters - mountains that are to the south of Mt Baker


9 comments:

Pamela Gordon said...

Beautiful barns!! I love the last photo with the 3 Sisters in the background. I forgot to mention that I think your header collage is beautiful. Have a great day. Pam

The Furry Gnome said...

Always enjoy your barn shots.

Marigene said...

You really do have quite a variety of barns in your area!

Kay said...

Great barns! I've noticed that some of the old barns are in the most gorgeous settings.

Julie Fukuda said...

Super barns ... and don't they have lovely settings. (especially the Three Sisters)

eileeninmd said...

Pretty barn scenes, my favorite is the barn with the mountains in the background! Enjoy your day!

Powell River Books said...

The second one makes me think of my grandparent's place when I was a wee one. - Margy

Nanci Stokes said...

Funny thing about how different barns are throughout North America, in rural eastern Ontario, we see similar to your barns, but when travelling through Ohio, we know we are there as most barns are white. It is different in Tennessee and Kentucky where they paint their barns red, black, and blue, enjoying your photos as usual, you have a great eye


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J said...

What I love about your barn shots is how they seem oblivious to having a breathtaking view that so many of us would "kill for!" They just go about their day to day business, sheltering animals, equipment and feed and don't give their privileged setting a second thought!