Tuesday, May 15, 2012

Barn Charm #40

One day my husband and I headed out on SR147 east towards Bethesda, Ohio
from our little town of Barnesville.
The first stop was to check out a house that would soon be up for sale.
The house was not for us.

However, nearby was an old barn and silo.
The land was flat for this area of Ohio,
although there is a slight glimpse of hillside in the distance
of the second photo.

I was able to get out and walk around some,
so I got some shots from slightly different angles.
It was not as isolated as it may appear,
therefore I didn't do as much exploring as I would have liked to.

The land drops off a bit in back of the barn and there is fencing,
so I didn't explore back there.

More more barns,
click below:


  1. I like the faded pain on this one. Nice shot with the hay bales in front and the dark sky!

  2. i like it! love the last couple of shots!

  3. It's nice you could get out n explore a bit! Great shots...I love the first one..the sky is so beautiful!

  4. Hi Beth, Great pictures of the barn. Glad you were able to get out and walk around the area a little for some different angles.. Thanks!!!


  5. I'm always hesitant to get out of the car and explore. You got some wonderful shots because you did. Beautiful!

  6. I like the peeling whitewash look of the barn and that old silo.
    What beautiful skies overhead in the first shot - a lovely rural view!

  7. i think it would be a good place to hold a summer dance.

  8. Love that whitewash paint to this barn, the silo is pretty cool & that sky really sets it off!

    Thank you very much for joining =)

  9. Lovely series of shots! I like the first with those beautiful clouds showing.

  10. What a great barn and surroundings! The first shot with the road is my favorite.

  11. Neat barn and the sky is gorgeous!

  12. You're brave. Walking around/through a property that might have bugs, snakes, stuff, b/c they think it's absolutely theirs and not yours. [Do you see my eyes chirping at you? Glad you had such a good time!]


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