Monday, March 5, 2012

Kentucky Barns

Barn #1






Barns #2 and #3






Barn #4





Barn #5


Linking to Barn Charm


29 comments:

Carole M. said...

so pristine! Great properties! Super photos!

Deb said...

Wow beautiful

Kathy said...

There's just nothing like the barns on Kentucky horse farms!

Wanda..plain~N~simple said...

Now those are some purty barns! Why I'd be proud to tell everyone I'd been raised in one of those!!

LOL... O my goodness where is my coffee, couldn't resist. Way to may memories of my Mom asking me if I were raised in a barn because I forgot to shut the door!

TexWisGirl said...

beautiful! barn #4 is a palace! i do find the black barn w/ blue doors very attractive, and very different than anything around these parts.

your 2nd photo made me want to live there. gorgeous!

TexWisGirl said...

and, on thurs. evening, you should link this in to Friday's Fences, too. too many beauties not to be shared...

Sall's Country Life said...

Those are some seriously pretty horse barns! Real Postcard shots,Brian! Loved your shadow pics also by the way.

ⒻⓁⓄ-❀ said...

hi,
klasse aufnahmen,
ich mag scheunen, die aus holz sind am liebsten.
ich finde sie passen einfach besser in die natur.

eine schöne woche wünscht dir flo

Dawn said...

What sharp looking barns. That blue/purple door is my absolute favorite!

Rose said...

These are all beautiful barns...so well taken care of.

Mari said...

What beautiful barns! I love the fences!

Beth said...

hi, nice to meet ya, i'm Beth. love all the barns there. nice grouping. i've never seen a blue door. that's such a great view. i'm partial to the blue door barn #1. (:

Denise said...

These are really neat looking barns, and a great series of photos.

Kim, USA said...

Oh my you have the most fancy and beautiful barns here. Very neat and the view is awesome.

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Wolfy said...

Great pics Brian. I plan to do a similar photo spread on Southern Maryland barns. Ours are all old and dilapidated, but pretty cool nonetheless

Nancy Claeys said...

Holy cow -- these barns are fabulous. Must need to be fancy to hold all of those expensive race horses. Awesome shots, Brian.

shutterbuggbitten said...

Amazing modern barns! Great shots.

Tammy said...

Great barns! It's interesting to see how different they look from the Texas barns! #1 is my favorite.

Judy said...

Wow, such beautiful barns!

Linda said...

I love Kentucky barns! You can tell they are working barns as you travel through the state - so well-maintained and stately. You did a wonderful job of capturing these, Brian!

Tanya said...

and what would a kentucky barn be without horses?! gorgeous images!

Tatjana Parkacheva said...

Beautiful barns and photos.

Regards and best wishes

Madge Bloom said...

Love that very clean looking barn with the blue doors... very unusual to see blue on a barn around here... great shots, Brian!

Grandma Barb's This and That said...

What beautiful barns. I love the colors. So different from the mostly red barns of Minnesota.

Tricia @ Bluff Area Daily said...

Very. Nice. Barns! Seriously nice barns! Love the horses in some of the shots, too!

Thank you for joining in & linking up to Barn Charm =)

sweetdaysundertheoaks said...

Oh.My.Gosh! Love these barns! Very charming and someone loves them and they are being used AND there are horses!!! Made my day!

Keetha Broyles said...

So different than our Wisconsin barns, yet just as beautiful in their way.

Tezzie said...

Beautiful photos...and, such handsome barns. I especially love that first one; I love the unusual colour combination with the black, white, and blue. Wonderful work!!!

Saun said...

These are great awesome shots!