I so love the feel of this shot!
So very green still for September! Lovely contrasts. :)
Things might get a bit wet in there! Nice shot. :-)
nice 'ventilation'! :)
yeah, your computer must be up & running. that is great!! yippee!!great barn. great ventilation & sky lights too!! ( :
Kind of reminds me where I was today...
The light in this is gorgeous Tricia!I guess your computer problems have been solved. Hoping everything is working out well for you.
Glad to see everything is working! I love the light here. The roof has some issues though. :)
Looks wonderful! I have missed everyone, but still am in too much overwhelm to post regularly. Just couldn't stay away any longer! Hugs to you, Trish!
air vents and a lil rust, it's perfect!!
This barn looks like it's growing right out of the ground! Very cool!
Really, really beautiful shot. I like the barn a lot, but I also love all the green texture in front.
I hope your computer programs are way behind you now. Well they must be cuz they are after me now. LOLDo you know Brick's Mudfest? MB
I love how this barn is nestled away in the greenery.
Lovely photo !
It seems that this charming barn found a very secluded and beautiful place to be. So green and nice there.I love a roof of this barn. It is old but very interesting.This is a very lovely and beautiful photograph. And very enjoyable to look at.
I like how your barn seems nestled in the grass and shaded from the sun. Very attractive barn image.The grass is so lush and dense. A fine image.
Beautiful! Love the grasses in the foreground, too.
What a beautiful...and airy....old gal!
Great capture! It’s amazing how picturesque an old barn can be.
That looks a lot like a Texas barn! A bit different from the big ones you usually show off. It's been around a while, too!
Lush, beautiful setting. You captured it wonderfully, showing off both the barn and the Mother Nature. Exquisite!:>)
of course i love that rusty tin roof, what's left!
How sweetly it's tucked in that setting! Nice picture.Thanks for hosting. Hope you're feeling better!
Lovely picture of this old neglected barn. Thanks for hosting every week! :)
It looks lost n forlorn! Nice shot!
Looks solitary but comfortable in the lush vegetation surrounding it.
This photo just sings of that brief time between summer and fall when the fields are overgrown with still plenty color. Your old barn just looks like it belongs in this setting and still has some work to do.
Very charming! Beautiful shot!
So glad I found your blog. Your photos of barns are so beautiful. I love going around taking photos of barns and love that you have a site devoted to it. :)
Cool barn! That's a lot of green! Seems like it was so long ago that we actually had color out here haha.
Thats a pretty neat barn there !!
Thank you so much, Tricia. I went ahead and linked this post too, although I was going to wait until next week. I'm sure I can find another barn in the meantime. :-)Do you have an email address?
That poor barn has seen better days!
There was quite a story on TV about Bricks and another Mudfest in LA.It was quite interesting. Lasted 1/2 hour. Saw a bit og your countryside. MB
Not much left here.
BEautiful old barn!
Am so happy you are up and running again. Computer problems in the country are so frustrating. Our service comes and goes with the winds and can be so irritating.Hope this nice old barn gets some tender loving care before too long. I think time is running out for it. Take care and have a good rest of the week. genie
Love this pic! I am going to try to link to Water Wed, but as an FYI the link I copied comes up invalid...:)JP
It could be used as a drying barn almost - pretty well ventilated although in the wrong place. :-)
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