We have lived across the road from these old barns for going on 35 years, but not until yesterday did I know they even existed. When I drive out of my driveway leaving for work, I turn left and not right so I do not ever go by them. When coming home, I turn into the driveway before getting to them. Neither appears to be used for hay or animals but rather as storage space. It was such a shock to see the green one. They are hard to find in our county.
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They're beauties, esp the top one... looks like one side got sliced off! =0ReplyDelete
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I imagine they could tell stories from years long since gone by... LarryReplyDelete
they're both great, but i'm laughing because i just recently went straight down a road instead of turning - for the first time since we've lived here 9 yrs. funny how we fall into our patterns and just don't break from them easily!ReplyDelete
What a great find!ReplyDelete
Love your barns. The green one is unusual, we don't see many green ones.ReplyDelete
They are both great finds but that green one! Very nice find and excellent shots.ReplyDelete
A couple of beauties! It's funny how we can change our route just a little and see things we never knew were there.ReplyDelete
Wow! Nice pictures, really great storehouses of beautiful color with excellent texture. Greetings.ReplyDelete
What a find, Genie!ReplyDelete
Really nice barns! I especially like the color of the second one.ReplyDelete
Wonder the year of the car under the side of the first one. Looks like it was put under cover for a little protection.ReplyDelete
LOVE the green one! I don't see green here but know that there is many green barns in nearby Ohio.
Next to red green is becoming my favorite color to see if the barns aren't naturally weathered.
I have to say Hubs and I take every little road and every way we can. We haven't left much unseen in the four years we've lived here.
Glad you found these.
See, I'm too nosy to have not ever gone down the other direction...!ReplyDelete
That poor car in the first one looks at a precarious angle.
Isn't that great when you find something so cool, so close?ReplyDelete
what a wonderful find!ReplyDelete
gorgeous shots! those barns are both lovely.
thanks so much for sharing:)
have a great day!
I've never seen a green barn....but I like it :-)ReplyDelete
Those are great barns. I'm glad you turned the other way and spotted them. The green one is very unique.ReplyDelete
What wonderful finds Genie, and I just love the car (to the left) in the first one!ReplyDelete
Thank you so much for sharing at The Creative Exchange this week.
Have a wonderful evening!
They are so wonderful in their age, the setting is pretty spectacular also. Great shots.ReplyDelete
Isn't it amazing how much we can miss if we always take the same route?ReplyDelete
What a great surprise! Love the texture, the grren barn in the second shot, and the car under the first one.ReplyDelete
I'm glad you found them, because they are amazing!ReplyDelete
I get a kick out of the little storage shed by the first barn!ReplyDelete
beautiful barns :)ReplyDelete
These are such cool shots! I love that first barn, and the tilty car. Your textures are perfect.ReplyDelete
Nice old barns! I love your photos!ReplyDelete