I'm not sure I could find this barn again.
My husband knows the back roads much better than I do---
thanks to some of his friends living out 'in the sticks'
when he was growing up,
his grandparents' farm's location,
and taking shortcuts to the coal mine
where he worked for several years in his twenties.
When we go on our barn drives, I have no clue where we are going
and usually how to get back!
But I enjoy the trips
and I trust him implicitly!
Below is a photo that got separated from its counterparts.
I exhibited side views of it and its companion here.
For more views on barns
please click below:
I love that first barn! Such a neat shape and the little row of windows adds a nice touch!ReplyDelete
what an interesting barn! The windows seem unusual. Great find!ReplyDelete
What a unique barn! Do you think the lower half might have been living quarters? Maybe for farmhands? I love the way you shot the first three photos. I almost feel like I'm driving down the road with you! Great post!ReplyDelete
Very nice barn, Beth, and quite unique.ReplyDelete
Hope you have had a great Memorial Day and weekend. We certainly have.. George grilled us some steaks tonight...YUM.
Sounds like you have a fabulous helper for finding photogenic barns!ReplyDelete
I love the 'gray' barn...ReplyDelete
the white one is cool and looks new...ReplyDelete
i am partial to the first one, a tin roof, stone work down below and that interesting row of tiny windows on that massive barn!!
two nice finds!!
i like country rides too.ReplyDelete
really like that first scene. :)ReplyDelete
Love the series, but the first shot with the lane leading in is my fav!ReplyDelete
What a variety of barns you share. That banner photo has a wonderful perspective. Hope your summer is rewarding and restful.ReplyDelete
I love that multi-level barn with all the lower windows. Different.ReplyDelete
Great barn finds, esp the dark barn wood of the 1st & that rusted roof and the stone foundation... gotta love em! But also, look at that blue blue sky, looks like that was a wonderful day for barn hunting!ReplyDelete
Thank you for joining =)
I love driving down country roads, too. Great looking barn!ReplyDelete
Glad you have your own personal barn chaser, Beth. Now you can concentrate on the photos. Your first photos is a bit of contrast, old and new, isn't it? The new may be a milking parlor? Regardless, that shot down the road just says scenic country drive.ReplyDelete
I sure would love to head out to visit you and be taken all over your area to see your fun and beautiful things. [If you were to come way, I'd do the same for you. But, oh, well. We just have to do what we can do and go where we can go.]ReplyDelete
I like the weathered wood, the rusty roof, ad the little windows on the first barn. The second one is a beautyReplyDelete
I have to trust my husband explicitly because I have no sense of direction at all! :)ReplyDelete
really love the 1st shot. what a view. great pics. (:ReplyDelete
That's a beauty...how tall it is! Glad you're able to go on barnhunting adventures with your husband. That makes it easier to snap shots when you can't find any place to park! Thanks for stopping by at my barn.ReplyDelete