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Sunday, March 13, 2016

The Barn Collective

On a sunny day a while back we set out to find barns - and mountains - since it was clear - and we did find both
Barns and Mt. Baker



And farms in front of the Sisters - magnificent mountains!


19 comments:

eileeninmd said...

Hello, it is fun riding the back roads looking for barns and farm. I love these shots with the views of Mt Baker and the Sisters. Happy Sunday, enjoy your new week ahead!

Tom said...

What fabulous backdrops for your Washington barns JoAnn. Thanks for sharing the sights in your next of the woods. I'm hoping that there's more out there for to sharing.

Lea said...

Beautiful!

Rose said...

I often think if I had to choose some place besides Tennessee as my home state, that Washington would be right up there among the top choices...love these.

Martha said...

Sensational! I am curious as to what the upper floor looks like on the inside.
:0)

~Lavender Dreamer~ said...

Mt Baker is so majestic and perfect that it sometimes doesn't look real in the background. I love the big barns you see where you live. Enjoy your evening my friend. Sweet hugs, Diane

Gayle atMuldoon said...

A grand barn and the leading line of the silo to the mountain peak is perfect.

Small City Scenes said...

Beautiful shots from God's country.
MB

Kim said...

It seems to me nobody does barns better than the USofA!! My.....those barns are awesome and those majestic mountains....sublime. Beautiful photos, JoAnn!

Lowcarb team member said...

Some great shots here - thanks for sharing.

All the best Jan

genie said...

What a gorgeous spot to buy farmland and build your barn. I did not know about The Sisters, but that range is heavenly, too. These are beautiful structures all in such wonderful condition. I like the white framed windows in the pictures you took of that one barn. There is something about windows in a barn that is wonderful.

Marigene said...

Beautiful barns...there must be a lot of farming in your area with the amount of barns you have show us. The barns look even more special with the mountains in the background.
Maybe spring is finally here...things are slowly greening up here on the prairie!

Kay said...

Very nice selection this week! The Sisters are quite lovely - more textured that the regal Mt. Baker.

Margaret Adamson said...

Beautiful barns and I love the snow capped mountains

Liz @ Sit With Me In My Garden said...

I got to see bits of Mt. Baker last year when we visited Portland. I liked the countryside when we got away from the city much better. Nice capture of the barns.

Lorrie said...

I think you live in the very best place in the world to find mountains and barns together. And when blue sky is thrown into the mix - it's all wonderful!

Marie C said...

Great barn! And beautiful snow capped mountains! There are peaks in Oregon too called Three Sisters.

My Little Home and Garden said...

Magnificent, indeed. What a view! There is something so classic about a beautiful red barn.

Karen

J said...

What precision! Your top photos look like paintings made with a t-square! Studies in geometric proportion!