Several years ago I was able to get two quick photos of these barns.
They are on a curve in a hill on my way to school and back.
The best shot of them is to be taken on my way home
when the barns are on my left side --driver's side.
There is road work intermittently along my route to school.
Yesterday a temporary stop light was waiting for me.
I was thrilled to see that it put my stopped car
right beside these barns!
Those of you who are not familiar with hilly landscapes
will wonder at how these are built.
It's called necessity--you go with the lay of the land.
Firs the group of them on a far shot.
One on the right.
This one is in the curve of the road.
View to the left of the barns.
If you look closely you can see a pair of black cows.
There is more to this farm.
It has a big farm house and several more small outbuildings.
Then on the other side of the curve
and up behind these barns,
nestled into a flattened out area of yet another hill
is a long, low cattle barn.
Unless hubby drives me there,
I will not be able to get that one.
It is in a spot that will require someone being quite attentive to traffic (hubby)
while the other one (me) snaps the camera.
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please check out Tricia's place.