how cool! love the tiny little short one in the top photos, but the multi-colored siding on the 2nd is eye-bewildering. :)
That 3rd barn is amazing. Great shots, Tricia!
Is that a brick barn? I love it.
Three beautiful finds! The last one is very unusual with its multicolored pattern. I really like your processing on the 3rd shot. It's a wonderful farmyard scene.
oooo, Love that 3rd shot, and the pattern on that last one is very unique.
Your barns have a totally different shape from most of the barns here in Ontario. I find that intriguing.
I really like the siding patterns on the very bottom shot. All nice shots, Tricia.
that last one hurts my eyes, but that wouln't stop me from wanting to see it over and over again.
What great barns you have shared this week. How do you keep finding them? You are just so good! That last barn is an interesting one. A lot of the older shack-like buildings are covered with a false brick paper that looks like this barn. I am assuming this is actually brick, but it does remind me of the other stuff. genie
Tricia! I think these have to be my favorite barn shots of yours of all time. LOVE the first two and that brick barn is just a wonderful find!!!
Love them all ! I just love barns but I dont get out enough to photograph many right now ! Hope you have a great day !
Love your Barns! And I really like what you do with your textures! And I managed to post twice, sorry.
Beautiful old barns!!
That brick barn is my all time favorite barn EVER! I am drooling over it : )
Wow, that brick barn is SO unusual! Love it!
Those are some great barns! The siding on the last one is so unusual and the sky in the second one is awesome!
Great barn pictures, Tricia... I need to put the Dillard Mill State Historic Site on my list of places to visit sometime.Hugs,Betsy
not sure which one is my favorite. they are all great. thank you for sharing. wow... just great!! (:
Tricia, I love that last one...it is fabulous.
Nice shots. Each one so individual, yet all similar in shape.
Great barns Tricia! I love the 2nd photo!I'll be back to visit everyone.
Great Shots! New to Barn Charm :-D
That "tiling" on the lower barn is mind-boggling! Imagine someone doing that work! All your barns have such interesting shapes.
Your first barn in striking black and white is so impressive. Altogether it's a great series of beautiful barn shots. Very good barn shooting!
great barn pictures! the last one is very intriguing - love the shape of the barn and the colorful pattern of the shingles (or whatever they are!) ....i think i see a face :)
Nice barns, Tricia. Love the pattern on the last one...is that brick? Thanks for hosting Barn Charm for all of us barn lovers!
B-eautiful B-arn :)
I really like the shape of your barns. We haven't got anything like that over here :-)
The brick barn looks really interesting. I've never seen one before.
I love them all, but the brickwork on the last one is gorgeous!
i like all of these but wow, that brickwork is pretty special!
Great photos, Tricia.
BEAUTIFUL.. LOVE the brick barn
Wow, absolutely beautiful!Amazing buildings!Many greetings from SwitzerlandYvonne & Raphael
The asphalt shingles on the side of the barn isn't a real common sight, though I have seen it a few times.
What amazing barns! Some of the scenes in your shots remind me of "The Little House on the Prairie"; I saw the TV series and read the books here in the UK when I was little!
Beautiful photos.Regards and best wishes
Wonderful barns. I'm joining for the first time today. Hope you can stop by and see my "barely there barn". Blessings.
Those are some cool looking barns. I really like the mono conversion on the first one. nice work.
what a lovely barn tour you have for us this week!
I just love your barn tucked away in the hills! I will be back tomorrow morning to take a tour of all the barns!
That last one has got to be one of the coolest barns I have ever seen!
Gorgeous captures Tricia! I have always loved your barn photos.
These are great. I like the rustic, bit worn and tattered look of the barns and landscape in that third photo. The 4th one is the opposite --looks like it's in the middle of good financial times and good weather conditions.The 4th is a bit bizarre with all that roof-like tile, but it's got a certain appeal to it. I really enjoyed these. :>)
My first time here on your blog! And I love all the barns!
What an interesting patchwork of brick in the last photo. It almost has zig zag lines.
These are GREAT, Tricia! Barns are always charming – that brick one – what fun!It's been very mild here, too. Today was sunny and 60º. But I'm sure there is more cold weather to come.Have a great week!
Love the shape of these barns! I've never heard of Davisville before, but I'm definitely going to try and find it on the Missouri map now. Gorgeous photos!
Thanks for hosting this wonderful link up :)
Wow ~ that last barn is very cool! Fun!xo Catherine
Great finds Tricia, love the last one.
Hello Tricia ! These barns have such a special shape. One almost look like a chapel ! I really really love the first photo and the second one too. I love your blog, you have wonderful photos. Thanks for visiting my blog and leave me suche a nice comment !
They are pretty.Cheers from Cottage Country!
These are amazing barn photos!!
Wonderful collection! You have opened my eyes to a surprising hobby! Thanks so much for sharing!
Wow - love these barns, especially the first two.
Oh WOW!! I love these. The US barns are so interesting and charming.I still have a few Aussie barns left from my trip out west. I must remember to link up next week.
Your barns never cease to amaze me. You should compile a photo book of all of them. Your shots are wonderful...
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