Wednesday, September 26, 2012

Barn Legends

14 comments:

ॐ Camila Anastasi said...

beautiful home! is yours?
thanks for the visit on my blog

Stacey said...

Love old red barns. If you really study that one for a second, you realize it's huge! Beautiful photography. :)

Norma Villares said...

Beautiful blog!
Pictures wondrfulllllllllllll
Ty for the visit on my blog
Hugsssss

nina at Nature Remains. said...

I love these all cuddled together.

Mary said...

Now this is a serious collection of barns!!

What is it about red barns that is so very appealing?!

Great photo!

Loyce said...

I love barns! Very nice.

Twyla and Lindsey said...

I love barns. In fact, I've thought about doing a series of barn photos from our area before they disappear. Your photos are all great. I look forward to following you. Have a nice day! Twyla

Don and Sher said...

I love old barns, the wife and I are always looking out for different styles. You have a great blog here.

Like you we use Nikons but the camera does not make the photographer.

Don

Brenda's Arizona said...

Love the barns! I just want to sit and stare at this.

BlossomFlowerGirl said...

It looks very American - like something out of the 19th century.
Melbourne Daily Photo

Stacey Steimle said...

I sooo want to live there.

Lunachance said...

This is one of my favorite photos on your site. There is a traditional charm about the old red barns and the thoughts about America and self sufficiency...

Lunachance

Patrina said...

Simply perfect!!

Lunachance said...

Love the composition, the color, contrast and the subject overall. Where is the grass that green in the middle of December? What a happy photo.

Now I am cracking up, to see that I left a message last December - appreciating the image :)

Lunachance