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Sunday, November 5, 2017

Barns in Autumn

A trip down to Fir Island and some barns amongst the colorful Autumn leaves.
 Every time we round the corner I expect this poor barn to be flat.  It is not really old, but seems to have a structural flaw.  It is not near any farms or houses, there are gigantic hay bales in the background this year.  There must be hay fields nearby.
 The big maple tree still has some color - the leaves are beginning to fall.

 Mt. Baker behind a farm that is nestled among the trees.

 And another farm with Mt. Baker in the background.
 Sinking slowly into the land.
Fabulous Autumn day.





9 comments:

Tom said...

...those red barns with Mt Baker in the background sure do pop! The that is sinking slowly into the land may not be with us for long. Thanks JoAnn for sharing this week, please stop back again.

Rose said...

Oh, my, I love the one sinking into the ground...and what beauty! the Mt. Baker ones I mean.

A Colorful World said...

Particularly love the second barn and the last one! It seemed to be a day for showing beautiful snow-covered mtns in the background of the barn pictures too. :-)

Vintage Linen Embroideries said...

Such great scenery. We drove through the county-side looking for old houses and barns; a great way to spend a Sunday.

Small City Scenes said...

Super shots, JoAnn
MB

Michelle said...

It's a wonder that first barn is still standing.

The Furry Gnome said...

You are having some beautiful weather out there!

Latane Barton said...

love the ones with Mt. Baker behind them. Such beautiful scenery.

Julie Fukuda said...

Mt. Baker has collected a lot of snow since your last picture in that area.