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Saturday, November 28, 2015

The Barn Collective

More barns from last week on River Road - a quiet farming area - some fields are still covered in flood waters from the recent rains.
With Trumpeter Swans swimming in the flooded fields
A well kept barn - flooded field strewn with swan feathers in the foreground
A new fence
A silo - left alone in the field
Still in use - a nice red barn


EG CameraGirl said...

All these barns look loved and well maintained!

eileeninmd said...

Hello, wonderful collection of barns. I love the Trumpeter Swans and your gorgeous header. Happy Sunday, enjoy your new week ahead!

Small City Scenes said...

Nice barns specially with the Swan.

Tom said...

JoAnn, a great collection this week. My favorite is "reflections." I've never seen Trumpeter Swans before, just lots of Canadian and Snow Geese. Please return with some more Pacific Northwest barns.

J said...

Your second barn is a beauty. It looks like it could be a combined home for livestock and people - the way they used to live alongside their animals. I'm sure the company was far more pleasant for many of them than other family members!

Kay said...

Nice shots! I enjoy seeing the barns in your area.

Rose said...

Oh, JoAnn, I do so love seeing the barns you post, and very grateful that you load a larger image. Love expanding and seeing the details.

Carla said...

You have some awesome barns in your area and photo options.