Monday, June 18, 2012

BARN #3
Love this old Barn sitting back behind the bridge with a huge shade tree to keep it cooler during the hot summer days.
Linking up with beautiful barns @ home of barn charm.

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  1. the red is really vivid, but the setting is very quaint. :)

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    1. Theresa you described it so perfectly!

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  2. gorgeous red. so bright & clear. (:

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    1. Hi Beth...thanks for your visit.

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  3. beautiful! love that vibrant red!

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    1. Thanks Tanya...I do love red barns!

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  4. Awesome! I feel like I'm peeking at it.

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    1. Hi Judy, glad you stopped by.....it sits behind..kinda to the side of a house...so that is why I snapped this view. I did not want to disturb the people who lives there.

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  5. What a beautiful old barn! I love the bright red, yet peeling paint.

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    1. You can really tell how old this barn is but it looks like the owners try to keep it up. Thanks for stopping by!

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  6. Very nice barn, bright red & love the bridge, too =)

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    1. Hi Tricia, glad you stopped by...I think the bridge adds interest to the shot.

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  7. the tree looks huge! I love the barn, too.

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    1. Rose, it was a pretty big tree....that goes so well with this old barn.
      Thanks for stopping by.

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  8. Love the aged look to the barn--and the RED, of course! A really nice shot!

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    1. Thanks....Red is my favorite on old barns...as you can tell.

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  9. I love the red of this barn - and the nice shade tree too!

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    1. Thanks Mari....the shade tree looks inviting on a hot summer day.

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  10. I'm in Kentucky Linda and our states both have that overgrown feel in the summer as if green just takes over. That's the feeling that I get from your photo. It captured an almost hot, almost summer day in the country when it would be a relief to hide in an old red barn and cool off.

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    1. You are so right Faye...I can picture kids out playing under the big tree and drinking lemonade. Thanks for stopping by and leaving your sweet comment.

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