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Saturday, May 6, 2017


There seems to be an unlimited supply of barns, old and new, to photograph in NW Washington state - let's see a few more.
Sides gone - roof going
Twin barns, still in use, up against the hills.
And not too far away, on the flats - more of the same kind of barns - and a very pretty farmhouse.
Not much left.
Even less

Seen on top of a stack of wrapped hay bales - is he friendly or calling for help?  
The shed in front of this barn is about to be devoured by the blackberry vines.

And a small wooden house with a nice red tin roof.  It was probably an original settler's house - not much bigger than most bedrooms these days.
I think it would make a great artist's studio
I don't think that the stone chicken by the front door is producing eggs.


Lea said...

Nice collection of barns. I like the fourth photo best
Have a wonderful week!

Tom said...

...WOW, JoAnn, where do I start first! 'Not much left' and 'even less' sing out to me! I guess that I just like rusty roofs and weathered wood. I alway enjoy how folks get creative with hay bales. Thanks for sharing, [;ease stop back again.

ellen b. said...

Great series of barns, JoAnn. Wonder how many fresh eggs you get for $2.50? :)

Cranberry Morning said...

Nice barn shots! And yeah, that farmhouse looks quite grand. The last barn does look like it would make a great studio. What fun that would be!

Rose said...

I love that little house!!!! And the barns are great, too.

Michelle said...

I like that barn with the touches of yellow paint still left.

Marigene said...

I love those old they could tell plenty of stories. The tiny house is adorable...I hope someone is lovingly using it.
Wishing you a wonderful upcoming week, JoAnn.

Julie Fukuda said...

The little house looks like a vacation cabin. Amazing the number of barns you keep coming up with.