Sunday, June 17, 2012

Barn Charm #90, thanks to Dep





Another relative's barn.





We were there another day and I took more pictures.




 This one complete with Cardinal.



There are a lot of barns in my home town.
You just have to look.


14 comments:

TexWisGirl said...

what a great, great, great barn and setting! the vinery and rust and trees... perfect.

Michelle said...

Beautiful! I love how the vines have grown around the barn.

Carletta said...

I really like the rusted roof and the vines growing on it.
Neat that the tractor was parked inside too.
Great shots Amy!

Debbie said...

nice images of the very cool barn!! i like the big hug it's getting from the landscape!!

Sonya @ Under the Desert Sky said...

I love the tractor on the inside and the vines creeping up the outside!

Mari said...

I love this barn! The vines and the tractor are great additions and the barn reminds me of a covered bridge without the water!

Rose said...

Amy, this was such a wonderful tour of that barn!!! I loved so many of the photos...

Kathy said...

The vine gives it a lot of character and color.

Pamela Gordon said...

These are wonderful photos. This barn almost looks like a covered bridge with both ends open like that.

Beth said...

something about this barn makes me happy. was trying to figure it out. but i think i will go stare at it for a while now. maybe i will figure it out. ha. ha!! (:

Tanya said...

beautiful photos!

Tricia Hays said...

love all the green vines, fine lookin ol barn!

Thanks so much for joining, Amy =)

Elaine said...

Wonderful series of photos! Looks like it's been frozen in time with the vines curling all around it.

Faye said...

This old barn is hanging on because it still has a job to do--housing the farm equipment when not in use. Puzzled about the barn foundation--is it actually up on blocks? Didn't look like there was any flooring? Enjoyed all the views of this old trooper.