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Sunday, November 1, 2015

The Barn Collective


Well kept barn and a different shape than the usual barns in our area. 
 The fruit trees are well kepp too
 Poor sad old barn
 Little barn used for drying lavender on a lavender farm

 A new barn being built, in a traditional style, and a shed is attatched to the end of the barn.

9 comments:

Weekend-Windup said...

Beautiful looking barns. Each have uniqueness in them...

Tom said...

Thanks for sharing such a wonderful collection JoAnn, so hard to choose a favorite. The red barn on the lavender farm must smell heavenly at harvest time. I always look forward to tour barn finds!

eileeninmd said...

Hello, I love the Red Barns, beautiful. The new barn looks awesome. Great shots. Enjoy your new week!

Rose said...

I love the windows in that first barn...it is a beauty. And that poor old barn...I bet it could really tell the stories if it had a mind to.

That new barn is going to be a beauty, and the other two wonderful barns, too.

bettyl-NZ said...

I like to see old buildings that are still being used. These barns are great finds.

Powell River Books said...

You must travel around a lot to find so many great barns. - Margy

Maggie said...

I can smell that lavender from over here. Mmmmmm imagine the smell in a barn drying it. Heaven!

Julie Fukuda said...

I would love to stand in the doorway of that lavender barn.

Carla said...

I don't find many barns in the Houston area to College Station area to photograph.
Love old barns. I see more sheds
thanks for sharing yours