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Saturday, September 16, 2017

Barns and Such

An old barn - beginning to show its age - with unused silos behind.  I haven't seen a farm in our area that uses the old cement silos anymore.
Going - going - almost gone
Still standing - with bits of metal atop the lower posts to protect the main body of the barn from the wet field it stands in
A very old, large barn to the right, with old, topless silo and a newer barn/cow shed to the left with newer but now unused silos.  Still a working farm
Not a barn - but a clever farm stand selling flowers this time of year.
A small row of sunflowers is all that is left


Debbie-Dabble Blog and A Debbie-Dabble Christmas said...

Beauitful photos of some great looking barns!! Thanks so much for stopping by!!

Tom said... this area silos are a thing of the past for all large farmers, the Amish and some Mennonites use them. JoAnn you sure see quite a assortment, I like the little wee one with the sunflowers. Thanks for being here today, I hope that you do it again.

Kim said...

The first barn is enormous. It is as big as a factory. LOVE the sweet little flower stand. I could cope with this pretty in my garden. =) Oh, your flowers are beginning to die down, how sad. You know what that means, don't you....Autumn/Fall which is lovely....but then.... Winter! =(

eileeninmd said...

Hello, great barn images and scenes. The little farm stand selling flower sis cute. I love the flowers too. Happy Sunday, enjoy your day and new week ahead!

Lea said...

What a great series of photos!
I like the buildings, but I love the sunflowers more!

ellen b. said...

Hello JoAnn,
Wonderful photos of the barns and other structures and flowers. Hope your Sunday is going well.

Michelle said...

This is a great collection of barns.

Powell River Books said...

Love the cute little farm stand. I bet young girls would love it as a playhouse. - Margy

Lorrie said...

Wonderful barns along with a very cute flower shed.

Kay said...

Nice collection of barns. I especially like the looks of some of the small farm stands you can find around Washington. You've found a couple of cute ones.