Wednesday, August 6, 2008

The Farm

I love the name of this farm. I didn't see any lilies but I did see this cute little barn.

24 comments:

Kerri said...

Oh, I love to see old barns like this!! and LOVE that sign.

I was a "Lilly" before I married!

The Texican said...

I choose picture number two for my favorite of the trio. I love the tall grass in front to frame the aging structure. Good work Dot. Pappy

June said...

I love how you're documenting the things that are disappearing: farms like this, silos, etc.

Neal said...

I love the old barn. I played a lot in barns when I was a kid.

Your EG Tour Guide said...

Like Neal, I played in a barn when I was a kid. How can you NOT love something that brings back happy memories?

fishing guy said...

Dot: How I love those old barns and the look of a past life.

Photo Candy said...

Cute little old barn. I like how they used pipe to hold up the sign..

Kahshe Cottager said...

Barns are one of my favourite things to photograph. I love seeing them on your blog. They seem timeless in some respects don't they?

Rose said...

I would love to take a barn and make it into my house...I told Roger that would be the ideal home for me.

Craver Vii said...

Old barn you say? I see a large wooden bird, pinions extended, ready to take flight.

happyone said...

Oh I do like that old barn!!
Like the name of the farm too.

Andrea said...

I like that old barn.

Daryl said...

my mom was a Lillie .. or Lil .. depending on how well one knew her ..

Cool old barn

:-Daryl

JunieRose2005 said...

Hi Dot!


Don't you just LOVE old barns! LOL- well, of course I know you do! Me too! I got a few pics of Alabama barns too. ( :) but none I hadn't seen before!)


Will put some on soon.

Junie

Mike said...

Cute indeed, with a brim hat! lol

SuzyQ said...

I found your blog through "This I do"

I think I'm going to have to add it to my favs.
Absolutly great pictures, such character and beauty!

Paulie said...

Neat old barn -- guess the lilies went away when it was abandoned?

Michele (Rocky Mtn.Girl) said...

Very nice farm layout... it's almost swallowed up by the grasses! =)

Alvis said...

Thanks for the pics. I like old barns a lot.

Carletta said...

I love this!
Just got back from visiting my grandbaby - Lily!
I'm with Pappy - love the tall grass.
Gotta love Craver don't we!

The squirrel below is excellent!

Ash said...

Fantastic images. I love number two :-)

deborah wilson said...

Lovely, lovely! On any rainy day, I could take a good nap in the loft of that barn - I love tin roofs. Check my comment response, that together with my new post, maybe I can help you out more. lol

Ida said...

Hi there Dot. :)
I`m glad to back in Blogland.
Thank you for your kind words on my blog.
Your pictures are very nice, the little barn is cute - indeed. And the name of the farm - cute as well.
See you around.
Take care.

Max-e said...

Hi Dot, thanks for stopping by.
I really love these old barns and the farm's name does have a nice ring to it.
I have decided to try and sort out the blogger problems, because I prefer it to Wordpress. I am doing this with my cell phone.

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