Monday, July 9, 2012

Late Entry Barns…




I got carried away watching Prince Fielder win the Home Run Derby tonight and forgot all about adding my barns to Barn Charm.  But it’s not too late so here they are.  Some more of the barns I picked up on our recent trip to Ohio.  Sleep tight, you all!






Linking to Bluff Area Daily's BARN CHARM.




24 comments:

Rose said...

I LOVE the lighting in the second one..but like them all.

heyBJK said...

Wow! Those are all beautiful, Barbara! If I had to pick a favorite, it would probably be the first one. I love that scene. But the red in the others is gorgeous.

Robert Nicolaescu said...

:)I like the rusty image, nr.1
Have a great day!

Mari said...

Can't pick a favorite! They are all great shots and great processing too.
Speaking of great - Yay for Prince Fielder!

Tanya said...

oh gosh, i was trying to decide which one is my favorite but i just can't!

Beth said...

love all. my fav is the last shot. so beautiful. love the red barn. (:

Kathy said...

A nice collection of picturesque Americana.

Sonya @ Under the Desert Sky said...

Great barns, surrounded by beautiful scenery.

Sandra said...

beautiful, glad you remembered. the first one looks like a wonderful old painting

Amy Burzese said...

All are great. I can't choose a favorite. I'm partial to the red barns, but that first one is full of charm.

Nicki said...

I thought of you and 'Barn Charm' as we traveled to and from the PGA Golf Tournament in the Southern portion of the state this past week, passing several barns in varying degrees of upkeep - at each passing regretting I didn't have my camera (except for one day). Nice captures from your travels.

TexWisGirl said...

i love the 2nd with the evening glow. :)

Tricia Hays said...

They're all great, but I love that 1st one! Love the roof & holes in the roof... & it looks like a tall barn, too, one to explore!

So glad you remembered to join! LoL! Thank you =)

Kristy LifenReflection said...

What lovelies. I especially like the first one!

Beth said...

It looks like you were in the flat part of Ohio--there is plenty of that. These look much like the farms we would pass on our drives to and from Cincinnati. As you've seen with my post, I live in the hills of Ohio.
Doesn't matter which part though, Ohio still does barns well!
These are great barns and photos!:>)

barbara l. hale said...

I grew up in Middletown just north of Cincinnati. Most of these barns are coming south between Cleveland and Columbus. It's pretty flat.

MEcoy said...

that firs barn was beautiful in a creepy kind of way

Pradeepa said...

Wow, those are great barn shots!

Love for Food and Photography said...

All 3 pictures very nice!! first one gives the sense of the past, third one is special, for the contrast of the colours, the red barns and the amazing sky/green of the field!

Nancy Claeys said...

Love the clarity of the photos and your edits, Barb. xo

Diana Cooper said...

Nice shots! I particularly like the last one :) Have a great day!

Chatty Crone said...

I think I liked that second one the best. sandie

charm said...

Hey there Sandie, I guess I would go to the second one too, was the photo edited? I like the lightened effect too! Well, these are really nice barns after all. I'm pretty sure that you had a great time on your trip to Ohio, pretty obvious!

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kaden shields said...

Great pictures, I love the first one. My friend and I were talking about american barns over the weekend and I haven't been able to stop looking up barns since. Thanks so much for sharing Barb!