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Saturday, August 20, 2016

Barns


Going!
Still Standing





14 comments:

The Weaver of Grass said...

These barns are such an integral part of your country JoAnn, that it is always a delight to see more of them.

J said...

Sad to see them go. They remind me of an era when food was "really" food! - not just the conglomeration of chemicals injected into inhumanely raised animals we consume today.

Mary said...

The family stories these lovely barns, especially the older ones, could tell.
Countryside/farmland wouldn't be anywhere near as picturesque without them!

Happy Sunday - Mary

Tom said...

JoAnn, your "going" barn is pretty much "gone." What a nice collection we have this week, number three is a great grouping. Thanks for sharing this week, I hope that you well have more in the future.

Bruce Clark said...

A very nice set of photos.

Small City Scenes said...

Love all your barn scenes. Sad when they fall.
MB

eileeninmd said...

Hello, It is sad to see these barns coming down. Wonderful collection, I like the red barn third from the bottom.

Happy Sunday, enjoy your new week ahead!

Powell River Books said...

That first barn looks like it is melting into the field. - Margy

Martha said...

I am always sad to see the tired old girls collapse. She must have been a beauty.

Lea said...

Oh, that first photo is so sad!
Love the red barn!
Have a great week!

Michelle said...

A nice series of barns. That first one is in bad shape!

Felicia said...

I am always sad when I see a barn that fallen down. not sure why.

beautiful barns.

Kay said...

What a nice selection of barns! That second one looks like it may need a little work but also looks like a great space.

Pondside said...

I like to see a spruced-up and solid barn and feel a little sad when I see one crumbling. It seems to tell a sad story of dreams lost, children moved away and land left fallow.