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Monday, June 8, 2015

The Barn Collective

Today I thought we would look at some red barns




 Some are more red than others - time takes its toll.  But this one has a nice new roof.

 Just so we know that this is a red barn!


Sit still for very long and green moss will grow on you.

22 comments:

Rose said...

Oh, gee, all of these are wonderful! I think my favorite is the one with the green roof. Just something about it.

Tom said...

A great collection JoAnn. How funny that the red barn says "RED BARN," Thanks for linking up this week. Tom The Backroads Traceller

eileeninmd said...

Awesome collection of red barns. I love the shot with the red barn and yellow flowers and I see some goats. Have a happy Monday and new week ahead!

Mama Zen said...

Gorgeous shots! I love those old barns.

Debra She Who Seeks said...

Oh, so THAT'S what that green stuff is on my legs!

Pamela Gordon said...

This is a beautiful assortment of red barns!

Felicia said...

a wonderful series of barn images for the barn collective.

Montanagirl said...

Fantastic! I love the "red" barns.

happywonderer.com said...

Fabulous captures. That cracks me up that there is a sign that says red barn!

~Lavender Dreamer~ said...

I love the barn with the tall grasses in front. You see so many neat barns in your part of the country. Glad you take pics to share! Sweet hugs, Diane

Latane Barton said...

It just seems to me that a barn should be RED. Do you feel the same way? I hate it when they aren't.

J said...

Lovely pictures! These barns seem a little lonely to me though - no horses or cows to keep them company!

J said...

Oops! Okay I do see one picture with goats or donkeys! I remember you posted that one before!

Kay said...

Hi JoAnn! I'm home and posting again!
Love your red barns...Hope I can get caught up on your posts again soon...

Rowan said...

One of the things I love about visiting New England is the red barns that are everywhere. I thought it was just a New England thing but obviously not!

Powell River Books said...

Red is so traditional. Wayne likes his red in boats. Every one of ours has some red up high or down on the hull except for our ocean boat. That one is just plain off-white fiberglass. - Margy

Kay said...

I wonder why red became the standard for classic barns. It certainly looks nice enough! You have some wonderful barns in your region.

Amy at love made my home said...

I love red barns! Great to see the one that has had a new roof, nice to see them being taken care of! xx

Candy S said...

Wonderful pictures of the barns. I especially like the "Red Barn" picture.

Peg said...

Oh, how I love barns. Wouldn't some of those make for a great quilt! But I want to explore the inside of them, especially any that look like they've been abandoned for a while.

Judy at GoldCountryCottage said...

JoAnn. I love any kind of barns but there is something special about a red one. Great pictures, love the one with the wild mustard in front. Good color combination..Happy Wednesday..Judy

Carver said...

These are great barns. I love barns especially weathered ones.