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Sunday, February 18, 2018

Barns

Let's go look at the barns!
 Mt. Baker behind a flooded old corn filed - with silos beside the field


 Sad old barn

 A nice old horse stable and hay barn

 A reflection of Mt. Baker and a barn in a seasonal pond.
Again on of my favorites - the fields flood here in the winter when we have massive rain storms - the water is covering what is usually a pasture and hay field.  The ducks flock to these seasonal ponds (or lakes, as this seems to be).  This farm is on the way up the hill, heading home from the Skagit Valley - I love the views of this well kept farm from the freeway, in all seasons.


7 comments:

Tom said...

...JoAnn, with all your rain, you now have lots of water front properties! Mount Baker sure is a nice addition to your photos. Thanks for for sharing this nice collection, please stop back again.

Powell River Books said...

I'm always amazed at how many barns you can find. - Margy

ellen b. said...

I really like that sad old barn! Looks like a nice drive...

Kay said...

I especially love those mountain views. (And, also, your trumpeter swans!)

Angie said...

Looks like someone has been "borrowing" planks from the 'sad old barn'. I know reclaimed barn wood is a premium item around here! Or maybe the farmer is using it for some repair job?

Felicia said...

I really like the sad old barn. You can tell it was a beauty in its time.

Lea said...

A wonderful collection of barns. The sad old barn is my favorite one of the group