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Sunday, October 16, 2011

Barn Charm ~ 10-17-11

A Drive-By Barn from West Virginia
Thank goodness Genie wasn’t driving. How could I pass up this precious little barn on the fly? I was just lucky the shot came out as well as it did... and the barn did have hay in it. I kept it monochrome because that was the way I saw it. There was NO paint on it anywhere.

"Simplicity is the ultimate sophistication."
~Leonardo da Vinci

This post is linked with Tricia’s Barn Charm

21 comments:

  1. Delightfully simple, love your quote Genie.

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  2. That one really is a charmer! Reminds me of a child's farm set!

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  3. Fantastic capture! The barn looks incredible..

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  4. love this barn and that you took the time to stop and capture it. thanks for stopping by my blog earlier today.

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  5. I love barns and I lovedrive-by's! This is a great capture!

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  6. Genie, I am looking for old barns everywhere. Every time I have a ride I try to find them. The older the better. So far I found only one.

    This is a wonderful picture of an old barn. And it timeless and classic with these amazing colors.

    Beautiful and interesting!!!! Love this picture so much!

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  7. Very nice! It has an ageless feel about it...like it has been here a hundred years and will be here another hundred years.

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  8. It's absolutely lovely! love it in monochrome!

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  9. That's a beauty! There are lots of beautiful old barns in West Virginia!

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  10. Great shot of the cutest little barn ever! Stopping by from Barn Charm :)

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  11. It's just such a cute little barn! Great find!

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  12. What a great old wooden barn--nice find. Mickie :)

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  13. What a great old wooden barn--nice find. Mickie :)

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  14. this is sure cute! thanks for the ideas on things to do. i wanted to see that castle but nick hurt his back so we were stuck home. but it's on my list of stuff to see, along with that bear place in wv!

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  15. One of my favorite barns isn't painted, either... I love dark wood on a barn, very beautiful in my eyes!

    Thank you for joining this week's Barn Charm =)

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  16. Oh Genie, I didn't realize you was 72 & still working... who am I to complain?! God bless you!!! =)

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  17. Good for your for capturing this on the fly.
    (I need to get myself a driver....)

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  18. Yep - still a barn. Very simple and very lovely.

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  19. Wish I could see what those signs say... I like that you chose not to show it in color... b&w really shows it off...

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  20. Very classic barn, like it! Thanks for the visit!

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