Are We Walking to Alaska

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Sunday, January 28, 2018


Some barns in our area - old and new
 Old, old barn with harvested hay field and harvested corn field in front - a long line of fog behind with the foothills in the very back
 A raggedy old barn and stable
 With a raggedy old horse
 Neat and tidy - but couldn't find any horses nearby
 I had never seen this old house and barn before - they have always been hidden behind the leaves of the trees when we've been past in the summer.
 Commercial raspberry fields have taken over this farm, the barn is used for equipment storage now.
 A harvested corn field in the foreground of the farm - with Mt. Baker looming up behind.
 Another distant view of Mt. Baker, almost obscured by the clouds, a farm, Tundra Swans along the treeline and a nice seasonal pond with reflections.
 Closer view of Mt. Baker and the overwintering swans.  We often see the swans here - only a few miles from our house.
A lovely red and white barn with old silos to one side.


Tom said...

..JoAnn, you sure found a great mix of barn styles and what fabulous backgrounds.! Thanks for sharing this week, take care and I hope to see you again.

Kay said...

Beautiful barns and beautiful views!

Angie said...

I always wonder why some barns are painted regularly and look so perfect, while others are left to rack and ruin.

The peeking horse is adorable - we have been watching a Netflix series called Heartland, and there is a horse in it called Ghost that looks identical!

Powell River Books said...

In know the horse is an appaloosa, but it still looks mud spattered. - Margy