Monday, June 4, 2012

Drive-By Barns III


These are a few more barns I passed during my trip last month.






Linking to Barn Charm


44 comments:

Meggie said...

I just love the rusty roofs. The first photo is my favorite!

Tezzie said...

I love the diversity of barns in N.America! Here, it feels like they all tend to look the same...which would be why I haven't shared any for a while (people will start thinking that I keep taking pictures of the same barn ;D) I love those leaning ones you found...

Pam said...

The last one is a fascinating contrast in cultures. Love those rolling hills.
Nicely done, Brian.

The Magical Christmas Wreath Company said...

GReat shots. The first almost looks like its ready to fall over!
Paul

Carole M. said...

they each look grand and the countryside lovely and green

Tanya said...

nice ones! i think my fave is second to the last :)

Betty Roan said...

Nice selection of barns. Really like the last one with the fence.

Terri Buster said...

I'm leaving my norm this time- I like the last one the best- although that red one is pretty cool, with those warped boards.

MTWaggin said...

Very nice. That last one is quite the contrast isn't it?

Tricia Hays said...

Eye catchers, for sure, esp the 4th... love it!

Thank you in advance for joining =)

TexWisGirl said...

the first has the most aged charm, certainly. the 4th is a classic - even if it is gray instead of red. my fave, however, is #3 w/ its rusty, peeling roof and wobbly old boards. just a beautiful photo w/ the gravel drive leading to it. :)

Grandma Barb's This and That said...

Wow, these are all great, Brian. Hard to choose a favorite, but I think it would be the first one.

Pamela Gordon said...

I love the first barn! And # 4 is pretty nice too. The last photo sure shows quite a contrast between the huge new home and the old gray barn. Great shots!

Leenie said...

An old barn is considered lovely and rustic and an eye catcher when it gets gray and warped and broken down. People...not so much.

Still there's a lot to be said for character, weathering the storm, and tenacity.

Looks like you might have a nice zoom with vibration reduction. Nice shots.

The Rustic Chick said...

Love all the barns! One of my favorite things is old barns! Thanks for sharing the photos!

Debbie said...

beautiful barns surrounded with lush landscape!!

i don't know anything about barns, except that i love them. the last image was my favorite. i love the green and yellow landscape and the dramatic sky!!

Linda said...

Those are all good photos, but I love that angry sky as a backdrop in that last one! Marvelous!

Mary Howell Cromer said...

Barns are such treasures and hold so many secrets. My favorite is barn number 4 down...there is just something very special about it~

Genie said...

You really hit the jackpot with these barns. Surely you did not see all of them on one day. if so, you are really a lucky fellow. Their variety of design is great. I think the last picture has to be my favorite, but all of them are excellent. genie

Carletta said...

A wonderful series Brian!
There is quite a contrast between the home and the barn in that last shot. :)

Sonya @ Under the Desert Sky said...

I love the variety of barns you're showcasing in this post!

bailey-road.com said...

Great collection of rural charmers!

Mari said...

You found some good ones! I really like the first shot!

Island Rambles Blog said...

the first shot is so wonderful and seems like a barn that I have seen somewhere....lovely shots!!

EG CameraGirl said...

Cool old barns and wonderful light!

Amy Burzese said...

All great, but that last one is extra nice! Hope you weren't driving.

Rose said...

Wow, I like them all, but that second from last...I love the lighting in it.

My barn charm

Gail Dixon (Louisiana Belle) said...

Those rusty tin roofs make me nostalgic for my grandfather's barn. Love these!

Bev said...

My favourite is the first... all old barns intrigue me...

Cheryl @ The Farmer's Daughter said...

Your photos are fantastic! It's hard to choose a favorite...but I'd probably say the first one.

Liz said...

What a wonderful set of barns! It's hard to choose a favourite but it would have to be the first. I love the old weathered, almost faling down look.
The 4th one is great too. I love the roofline & scenery.

Marie said...

Fantastic barns! And the photos are so great. Love the sky in the last shot!

Linda said...

I love them all but the 4th one is my favorite.

The Farmer's Daughter said...

So many barns! It's been a long time since I've see several barns that are mostly in good shape. Great shots. . .

Beth said...

love the 1st or 2nd to the last barn. great shots. (:

Kathy said...

The last is my favorite. A good reflection of old and new residing together.

Kerri said...

Love these old barns!!

Deb said...

those are my kind of boots...

Nancy Claeys said...

Great variety and loving the muted colors. :)

Jan n Jer said...

Very nice n rustic barns with lots of charm! Great shots!

Elaine said...

Wonderful series! I love the first barn and the light in the 4th shot makes the barn almost glow.

Rita said...

I could swear that I have also photographed that first barn. I even had to go find my shot. Still think it is the same barn. Where was this located?

Carole said...

Wonderful shots (the 4th is my favorite)! Looks like Oregon at this time of year. Blue/gray sky, sharp dramatic greens. :-)

Linnea said...

Beautiful countryside and all those barns only add to the charm. Thanks for stopping by at my barn.