Monday, November 8, 2004

"Barns"....in series (4)

This barn unfortunately was taken down recently too. It was probably one of the largest barns I had ever seen and its red color was stunning in contrast to the emerald green of the sod farm that was next door to it.

11 comments:

nothingsacred11 said...

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fanz4ever said...

Excellent pictures of both the barns and the trees!

bushhog1212 said...

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riverdaughter196 said...

I too, love old barns.

astaryth said...

Beautiful old barns! These pictures were all great, but this is my favorite, so I think I will leave my comment here. You have a good eye!
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judithheartsong said...

Gorgeous barn, such a huge shame they took it down. Thank you for the beautiful picture! judi

plieck30 said...

I love the old barns and I love the old deserted farm houses and always try to imagine who lived there and what their life was like. Thank you for sharing, Paula

sdoscher458 said...

oh..that is a beautiful barn...I just watched a program on PBS about a man that takes barnes down and turns them into wonderful houses - saving all the pieces..maybe that's what happened to this one (hopefully)..Sandi

stewartaj1 said...

hi stoped buy we have an old barn you can use i love it !!!someday it will be restored but were working on the old farm house first let me know and ill send the pic you way

carolhehe said...

Hey nice barn and wonderful colors working there.

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