Monday, August 5, 2013

Barn Charm ~ # 113

   I was going to post this shot in Black n White because it's a very old barn...but the sky was so gorgeous I had to leave it be!   Jer n I went for a drive through the country roads around Taneytown Md. just 20 miles from our home in Hanover Pa. It was a treasure trove of old quaint barns!  
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16 comments:

Faye said...

Since we're into that season of hot and hazy skies good to not pass up on the blue ones when they come. This barn looks like it still sees some work. It would have been good for B & W, ah well, another time.

TexWisGirl said...

i like the red dirt, too.

Brian King said...

Very nice old barn and it appears to have multiple levels, too. Bonus for the silo!

Lois Evensen said...

Wow, there is a whole lot of history there. Beautiful shot.

don said...

An excellent barn shot. The silo adds interest too.

sparkle100-havealook.blogspot.com said...

Oh I like this take.

Tracy said...

The skies were gorgeous yesterday. I snapped a few pictures too. The barn certainly has a lot of character.

Rose said...

That sky is beautiful...and love the barn, too.

We have sure had a few very nice days here, too...

Cheryl @ TFD said...

This is a pretty barn shot! The sky is so blue and beautiful!

Anne Payne said...

It's gorgeous against the blue sky! Wonderful photo. I love going for drives with my husband.

Kaya said...

Everything is so beautiful in this picture. The barn is beautiful, the sky is gorgeous and the silo very special!

I love this barn with silo very, very much!

Nell at njschout said...

Look great in colour!

Terri said...

I like that old silo and boy is that sky blue!

Twyla and Lindsey said...

What a quaint old barn! It's a beautiful picture just the way it is! Twyla

Mari said...

It is a gorgeous sky! I really like this faded old barn too.

Elaine said...

Beautiful barn and photo! I'm glad you left it in color--the blue sky, the green foliage, the red dirt, all against the faded gray of the barn. Outstanding!