Are We Walking to Alaska

Are We Walking to Alaska
Are We Walking to Alaska - A True Story

Sunday, May 28, 2017


   Most of today's barns are worn and weary

Old, patched and rusted
Mossy and shabby
Tall and leggy in a hay field.
Lots of room for hay storage when it was in use.
But some are still well maintained and useful for storing the large, round hay bales.  The crows have found something interesting in the field.
Weathering boards, but the roof is bright and new.


Michelle said...

I think a barn looks best when it is a bit weathered. If they are too shiny and new, they just don't look right. Nice photos!

Rose said...

I love these...specially the tall, leggy one and that last one.

Lea said...

An interesting collection of barns!
The second one is my favorite

Tom said...

...Hi JoAnn, you sure found some weathered beauties this time. Tall and leggy in a hay field is an interesting one, I never seem this style before. Thanks for sharing, I hope that there are a few more out there to share!

eileeninmd said...

Hello, wonderful series of barns. I like the last weathered barn with the new roof. Great shots. Happy Monday, enjoy your day and the new week ahead!

Louca por porcelana said...

Beautiful photos in your posts,especially the hummingbirds ones!Hugs.

Kim said...

Just between you and me, JoAnn, I love old and worn and weathered barns the best. I love they have been probably standing forever growing old gracefully.

Mary said...

JoAnn, you always find the best barns. . . . . . . I need to get out in the NC countryside this summer and see what I can find hiding in those rolling fields.

Have a fabulous week - Mary

Carver said...

Great collection of different barns. I'm sure I've said this before in a comment but I love barns.

Kay said...

Those oldies remind me of a comfortable pair of well worn boots.