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Sunday, November 20, 2016

Barns

Barns on the backroads behind Big Lake, WA.  The grass is such a beautiful green in the autumn and winter here because of the plentiful rain we get.  In the last week alone we've had almost 2 inches - and more to come.  It is our rainy season.

 Old Barns

 New Barns





10 comments:

Mary said...

I want a beautiful barn. . . . . .and the farmland to go with it!!!

That's a a lot of rain JoAnn - poor North Carolina could use a little especially in the west where the forest have been very bad.

Hugs - Mary

Tom said...

First off JoAnn, I've never seen so many Snow Geese! Such a wonderful collection of barns, the second one is my favorite. I like the roof line. Thanks for stopping by, have a great week and I hope to see you back again soon.

J said...

So peaceful! They are like mothers, warm and sheltering to any creature needing a cozy place to stay!

Powell River Books said...

So much countryside, with so many barns. And you find almost all of them. - Margy

Julie Fukuda said...

It is nice to see some cared-for barns for a change. The fall leaves are set off nicely by all that green. We are having ever so much rain ... and our rainy season is in June and July. I haven't seen much of those bright blue skies that usually appear from the fall.

Lea said...

Beautiful barns! The second photo is my favorite
Have a great week!

The Furry Gnome said...

Some very nice barns there. Nice area to explore.

Rose said...

I always love seeing your barns...I would have a hard time picking a favorite, but I really do love that second one with the golden tree behind it.

Karen @ away for the weekend said...

Very nice collection of barns! I love backroads meandering!

Pauline W said...

I like the contrast between the old and new barns. I guess as a farmer I'd be very proud of a lovely new barn, but to be honest the oldies appeal to me more.