Anyone For a Barn?

I rarely find barns around here that are relatively accessible for photos.   This one had a fence in front and "No Trespassing" signs posted.   So I was only able to stand alongside the road to take a few photos.   My Internet connection is wonky this morning so I hope I'm at least able to post a couple photos before I'm kicked off again.   Gotta love living "in the country" which is only 5 minutes outside of town.   And we're completely fogged in.   And my horse has bad hives.   Ah well, other than that everything's good.

I hope your day goes well.   Wish me luck with mine.



Comments

TexWisGirl said…
i like the moss/lichen growing on the fence. nice find!
shirley said…
I often see barns I want to take photos of while I am driving - on the 55 mph country road with no shoulder! Most don't have the No Trespassing sign out front, but with no where to park, it's still a challenge.
Love this barn - you did capture its character nicely.
Teresa said…
Cool barn! Different shape. I know that the best scenes happen when we are going 55 with a ton of cars behind up. I hate the roads with no shoulder. It seems like there is always something interesting on those roads. I hope your horse is fine.
Terri Buster said…
Wow- that's a super barn!
Tabor said…
You got a great shot even though you had to remain in your place!
Hi Denise Love the barn surrounded by the tree.
linda eller said…
Great pictures and I do hope you are having a good day.
hula-la said…
I love barn shots! And this one is terrific! Rural life is awesome! Aloha
Neat barn. Too bad our roadways rarely allow for photo op stops.
Willow said…
That's a great barn, I love the way the shot goes right through the window :))
Lynne said…
Great barn . . . love the lines and weathered charcoal look.
Comfypjs said…
I looked all over for a barn that looked old like the one in your photo. A friend happened to show me where one was just a few miles from me. I took my granddaughter and took some photos of her dressed up as a rhinestone cowgirl. Wish I could find a coffee table book of old barns throughout the U.S.
Nancy Claeys said…
I have to reboot my satellite internet router at least once a day to get it to connect. There's a broadband box just 1/2 mile away from here... *sigh*
Daryl said…
i love it ... it captures a mood that fits like a glove

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