A tour with me and my camera - barns, houses, birds, ocean - anything that catches my fancy - come along with me
JoAnn, I'm glad that you photographed the first and last barn before they collapsed. Around here one heavy snow would have done them in. Thanks so much for stopping by this week, I hope to see you again.
Wonderful old barns!
I like them all, but really like that second barn...I like the way you framed the shot.
Great barn collection. I also love your Snow Geese header.Happy Monday, enjoy your new week ahead!
Some wonderful old barns and sheds JoAnn. Have a great week!
You see so many beautiful old barns in that part of the country! I hope you had a beautiful Thanksgiving! Sweet hugs, Diane
Oh JoAnne they are all kinda sad I think. But then again they are beautiful. Nice shots.MB
Pretty neat old barns. We have few left here. It's called progress. I don't much enjoy progress.
JoAnn, why are we so in love with old falling down buildings? I know I am, but do you suppose it is because I am (close) to being old and falling down! Notice I said close, I don't feel quite there yet!! I absolutley love the very last picture. One little push will be all it takes but the strength of character will hold its own for awhile longer..Happy Holidays..xxoJudy
My, I've gotten behind! You've found a nice collection in various conditions. The first one is in a sad state.
Old Barns and sheds are so interesting. You have to wonder why they got into such a state.
That first barn has a pretty fancy new fence. - Margy
I know this post is two weeks old, but it still seems "otherworldly" to me because I'm sitting in at least 10" of snow that's still pouring down! When you posted these barns, my neighborhood was still as green as these backgrounds are!
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