I like how the tree hangs over the roof. . . providing shade for the barn and creatures therein.
Love the barn,the tin ones seem to stand up longer, but i don't think they had those back in the old old days.
I can't imagine what it must have been like inside of these when the rail or rain and hail came peppering down.Nice photography.Abraham Lincoln in Brookville, Ohio.
Tin barns? I thought traditional barns were made only of wood; silly me.I agree with Paulie, the tree gives an interesting perspective to the whole set.
I just love your pictures.
Great shot Dot! I like how the tree sort of frames the barn!I LOVE Barns!
The weathered gray wood is great, the red roof is an added perk, but the eye is drawn to the BLUE barrel! Love this one!
Your camera is really a good one or you are very talented.
Great find down that red dirt road. Wonder what is in the blue barrel? And wonder what elase you found down that red dirt road.....Dot, you didn't go parking down the red dirt road, not did you?
ooohhhh Dot,Now I know where the red road ended....this barn would be good enough to 'stall' the animals unless its raining.... in fFrnce those barn are for sale for an idiote high price...Thanks for visiting my Luxemburg trip by photography, I saved some great skies for tomorrow's Friday ( I hope you are using MR linky ?thats much handier as by comments "example ABC")Bye have a good day JoAnn
I don't think I've ever seen a tin barn. Nice picture. It doesn't look like it will be standing much longer.
Follow the red dirt road, hurah! (smile) What a find - nice picture :)
Decaying barns like abandoned farmland always make me very sad. The were center of human life and vitality at one time.What a great tree. I sort of wished you had taken a picture of it. Perhaps, when it is in leaf you can go back. Can you imagine what great shade it offered on hot summer days.
..needs more than one can of paint:-))Love the picture, very nice..- Cheers
Good pic, Dot. I've only seen one other tin barn and that was many years ago in Coweta County, backroads of Grantville. I'm not sure if it's still there or not, I haven't been that way in a long while.
the red dirt road?Is that only for local to understand or is it my education that is lackingthe photo is wonderful
Lovely shot Dot!Beautiful.
Lovely composition, Dot. I love the bare branch, the weeds in the foreground -and the bright colour (rust, perhaps) of the roof.My kind of scene.I've just posted my Sky Watch shot - would you mind putting me on your Mister Linky when it's convenient?Many thanks .....
I love old barns .. I think I say that every time you post one.
Dot, I am still making changes to my Sky Watch Friday posting and you caught me:-))Tom is handling the Sky Watch Friday right??-Cheers Gisela
I love these Barns now Dot.. one thing about blogging is it opens your eyes to many new things..
That's a gorgeous picture. I would love to do a watercolor painting of it.You have a lovely blog! I will be back to see more of your photographs.
I like this old barn but I love specially this old tree! Beautiful!
Red road. Red roof. Rusting tin. They all go well, together. :-)Miss Mari-Nanci
Great old barn! Very nice photo.Ever since I "discovered" your blog I've been eyeing water towers, lol. Haven't photographed one yet, but I'm planning on it!
Now this makes me want to jump in my car and go looking for old barns to photograph. I love this picture! What an interesting old barn...and that tree is beautiful. Would like to see this photo again, when the tree has it's leaves.
Well used says it all. I like barn pictures. MB
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