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Sunday, June 17, 2018

More Barns

 Advertising signs used to be common on barns - we see very few of them anymore

 The hay barn next to the silo is beginning to lean
 Complete with sagging roof.  The small milk shed to the left was once an antique shop - the curtains still hang in the windows.
 Steps lead up the side of the barn to the hay loft.
 A hayfield almost hides the old barns
 Surrounded by a christmas tree farm and blueberry fields, just to the right of the photo - the old barn is now only used for storage.

Part of this barn has been repainted and it has a new roof.


Kim said...

Love the first little bard in the first photo; fabulous signage! The barn surrounded by hay fields is amazing, such a stunning photo! As always, lovely JoAnn, love, love, LOVE your barns!

Debra She Who Seeks said...

That's a huge barn if it has side-by-side doors like that!

eileeninmd said...

Hello, great barn series. I like the first barn with the sign. Nice shot of the hay barn and silo, the sky is beautiful. Happy Monday, enjoy your day and new week ahead!

Tom said...

...JoAnn, what a fabulous collection! Your banner with the tulips is great and the Copenhagen ad is a great find. Thanks so much, enjoy your week.

Angie said...

Why do I feel this urge to rush in there and save that barn? It always makes me sad to think about the effort that was invested to construct it in the first place, and by not keeping it up, we are somehow dishonoring that legacy … thanks for sharing these bucolic images!