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Sunday, January 8, 2017

Last of the Barns from 2016

Two days - two rides and lots of barns.  This is the last of 2016 barns - next week - on to the new year of barns.






 Sunshine always dresses up a barn!

17 comments:

Tom said...

Hi Joann, thanks for stopping by with this wonderful collection of barns. The barns in your area with the long roof lines are so unlike our local barns. Number 3 and 4 would look at home here. I hope that you will have some "2017" barns to share in the future!

Small City Scenes said...

Oh my some of these barns look mighty familiar. It is neat we live in the same area. I like all the windows in the last barn pic.
I think you "stole" my sisters pictures---LOL JK!
MB

~Lavender Dreamer~ said...

You have such a variety of styles! And when the mountains are in the background...just spectacular! Enjoy your afternoon my friend. Hugs, Diane

happywonderer.com said...

A wonderful collection of barns!

Lowcarb team member said...

Some lovely barns here, they make great scenes

All the best Jan

Felicia said...

beautiful. all different shapes and sizes. love your header.

The Furry Gnome said...

Very interesting barns! And gorgeous mountains in your new header photos!

Lea said...

I like the second one the best!

Julie Fukuda said...

You always manage to find such a wide variety of shapes and sizes.

Kim said...

Oh wow oh wow, so many beautiful barns. LOVE the third photo, it is sublime! I have enjoyed discovering all your barns this year, JoAnn. They are all so unique and beautiful!

eileeninmd said...

Hello, awesome series of barns. My favorite is with the 3 silos. I also love your header collage, beautiful mountains. Happy Monday, enjoy your day and new week ahead!

Prairie Needleworks said...

I just love that you live in an area that offers so much to look at. What wonderful drives these must make. And you take such great pictures! Thanks for sharing.

Rose said...

What a wonderful series of photos...that last one looks like it might be used as a home...I sure wouldn't mind that. Love that long one about the 4th one down, and wonder what it is used for.

Linda said...

JoAnn, what a glorious series of photos! Your photography is stunning!

Kay said...

You have such wonderful selections of barns -- most of them are really magnificent. I hate to see them crumbling in disrepair. I have a follow up tomorrow with one crumbling barn I've followed for years. Always makes me sad.

J said...

Each barn, no matter the state of repair, stands so solidly and serenely. Each one has its individual symmetry, too.
I love the burst of Mt. Baker in your header. Perfect for winter!

Powell River Books said...

The last barn is interesting with the glass windows. - Margy