Monday, July 23, 2012

Yellow barn…


I’ve been feeling completely uninspired lately.  So to help me out of my funk, I went out to visit my daughter Carrie and we went for a ride out in the country in Western Massachusetts.  On our ride, we came across this gorgeous yellow barn on a back road.

  Riding the back roads in the country is a sure way to get inspiration.

"1900 Clesson Valley Farm"


Linking to Bluff Area Daily's Barn Charm.


24 comments:

TexWisGirl said...

your yellow barn is prettier than my yellow barn today. :)

Robert Geiss said...

Amazingly bright ! Wonderful, that it is taken that much care of.

Please have a good Tuesday.

Nicki said...

I feel your 'funk'. I figured perhaps if I could just get to the Farmer's Market, or hunt for barns with my sister that the creative button might magically flip back on and all would be good in the world. But it didn't. I took lots and lots of pictures but felt blase about the whole process. I've concluded it is the heat. It sucks all the fun out of it for me. Hope the funk goes away. For what it's worth - your yellow barn is very charming.

EG CameraGirl said...

I think country roads really CAN lift your spirits!

Yellow barns are rare here and I suspect they are there too.

Bruce Clark said...

Great looking barn and a good reason to drive the back roads. You never know what might be around the next corner.

Pamela Gordon said...

What a pretty barn. Yellow is an unusual colour for barns. Great shot!

heyBJK said...

That's pretty awesome! I have to say this is the first yellow barn I've ever seen! I hope the trip helped inspire you...I enjoy your photography!

Bev said...

That is a beautiful barn!!

Faye said...

What a treasure you've found. Guaranteed to get you out of the creative funk. Hope every effort is made to preserve this beauty. And I wish my house were painted this color.

kleppanrova said...

Beatuful barn, look like a hous.
from Photo by Ingun, Norway

Linda said...

Very pretty yellow barn! What a great spotting - makes the roaming trips worthwhile, doesn't it!

Kathy said...

It almost looks like a church!

Robert Nicolaescu said...

Wonderful composition!

MEcoy said...

simple yet just so perfect for me

Beth said...

reminds me of a church more than a barn. love the color. so cheerful. (:

karen said...

3rd attempt at leaving this comment!!! YOU WILL GET IT BACK...maybe if I shout at it things will work!!

Tanya said...

this is gorgeous and what a great way to spend some mother/daughter time!

Tricia Hays said...

And I'll 2nd that! I've been uninspired lately, too, but was finally able to get out of the house this past weekend & it definitely helps... but we're no Massachusetts, so the scenery is quite different! LoL! =)

Love it when the date is on these old barns, it's important information! Great barn find & love your editing!!!

Thank you, Barbara =)

Grandma Barb's This and That said...

I'm glad you and your daughter went for that ride and found this great yellow barn. They are rare. I love driving the back roads because you never know what you might find.

Marie said...

Another yellow barn! I am so stoked! :-)

Sandra said...

my first ever viewing of a yellow barn, it looks like it is painted with sunshine. love it.

Mari said...

Amazing! I've never seen a barn in that shade - makes me smile!

Linda said...

You never know what you will find on a country road....this yellow barn is a great find!

Rose said...

It is a real beauty...don't see many yellow barns.