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Saturday, August 13, 2016

Barns - On the Way Home

On the way back home from Canada I captured a few more barns in Washington - it was good to be home again.


Almost hidden now by bushes and shrubs - potatoes in the foreground. 
 This barn looks like it is surprised to have its picture taken.

9 comments:

Small City Scenes said...

Beautiful barns and that last one definitely is a little different and startled too. LOL
It is always good to be back home. I feel the same we since we just got home last night.
MB

Sharon said...

All very pretty. I'd like to have some of those potatoes!

Tom said...

JoAnn, your second barns would look right at home on a "gentleman's farm." Thanks for sharing and I hope to see you again.

Bruce Clark said...

Love those dual silos

Michelle said...

I like those twin silos!

VioletSky said...

Seeing those diamond windows on a barn are always a surprise to me :)

genie said...

The red and white barn appears to be looking at you. It looks like it has eyes where the window are. The double duty silos are so nice. genie

Powell River Books said...

John's cabin across the bay from us looks like it has a face. Someone left the curtain closed on one window so it looks like it is winking at me. - Margy

J said...

Silos always add such a feeling of power and stability to a farmstead. They add necessary design elements to a composition - height and vertical line.