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Sunday, July 3, 2016

More Old Barns






14 comments:

Tom said...

JoAnn, such wonderful old barns. nThe rusty roof adds so much interest. Thanks for sharing and I hope that you enjoy your 4th.

Small City Scenes said...

Barns and silos are always an eye catcher. Very nice.
Have a safe and sane 4th!
MB

Lea said...

The fourth one is my favorite!
Happy 4th of July!

Mary said...

You find so many wonderful barns JoAnn - I need to spend more time in the countryside but it's just too hot and buggy here at this season.

Happy Fourth!!! Perhaps a barn party would be fun!

Mary -

eileeninmd said...

Hello, the barn in the first two images is my favorite. Great barn finds. Happy 4th of July! Enjoy your new week ahead!

Powell River Books said...

I like the framing of greenery on the last shot. Been up at the cabin most of the time with no Internet. Trying to get caught up a bit. - Margy

Michelle said...

I like seeing the silo too!

J said...

Now, to me, that last photo - the silo, looks forbidding and "governmental" - like it's hiding UFO memorabilia or something!
Pretty unusual since barns and silos usually evoke bucolic peace for me!

Felicia said...

nice selections. i like the first barn.

VioletSky said...

All of these are nice. I like the way the silo and barn roof are peeking up over the shrubbery in the last one.

Lowcarb team member said...

All lovely barns against a very nice blue sky ...

All the best Jan

genie said...

The old barns are always my favorites. There is something special about them especially when they do not have lots of paint on them. Then yo add the silos. They fascinate me. I think the second one is my favorite with its windows missing - lots of those in our neck of the woods - but that last one almost hidden by the growth surrounding it is really neat. Sorry to be so late commenting. genie

bettyl-NZ said...

I enjoy seeing old barns like this. I bet they have some great stories to tell if they could! BTW, your header is just wonderfully colorful!

Kay said...

these are great old barns and the silos set them off nicely.