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Monday, October 31, 2011

old barn charm and a linky party


I love this barn.
Do you see the path going up to the doors?
I wonder what animal regularly goes in and out of this barn?

I took it's picture last winter.



I watched it all summer.  The trees around it pretty well covered it with their foliage so I
didn't take it's picture.






The door looks kind of creepy doesn't it?

I wonder what is inside?

I am linking with

at
Tricia's blog Bluff Area Daily.


This is a beautiful blog with different links for different days.
Barn Charm is on Tuesdays and there are some amazingly beautiful
barns in North America.
If you like old barns come on over and take a look.

Have a great day!

Blessings,

Pamela

25 comments:

  1. Wonderful shots of the barn. I really like the rust on the roof and the weathered wood.

    Did you get the snow that much of the East Coast got?

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  2. Love the color and patterns in the roof and the stark simplicity of the whole barn. It's nice to have the same barn in different seasons.

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  3. Your barn pictures are wonderful. Why do we love barns so much? Maybe it's their simple lines or color, or lack of color! Your snow is amazing, What a storm! I wonder if this means a big snow winter!

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  4. Pamela - I love your photos! It's great to see the barn in different seasons.
    PS - Love your header too!

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  5. I love the bright colors in the first photo, Pamela, contrasted with the more muted winter photo. It's a beautiful and rustic barn.

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  6. The barn door does look a bit creepy, especially with that mysterious path leading up to it. I'd hesitate to peep inside.....

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  7. I really enjoyed all these views...I wonder about that path, too.

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  8. Isn't it tempting to go out there some evening with a flashlight? (with a brave person in front of you!)

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  9. Hi lovely lady.
    Your photos are Gorgeous !!! You are great with your Camera ~~~ I wish!!! I was as good as you.
    Thanks so much for your comments on my Halloween night Tablescape so sweet of you.
    XXOO Diane
    Happy Halloween.

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  10. It is always interesting to me to see one or two boards popped out from old barns. The opening is the perfect invitation for little animals and find a home away from the weather outside. We have a cat that lives in the empty loft of ours, but does he ever move fast when we come around.He is fat and happy so is getting fed somewhere. The lighting and the coloration of your last shot is stunning. The others are very nice, too. gnie

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  11. I think it's a human! ☺ Great barn! Great lines, good bones, hope it lasts for years to come.

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  12. WoW! She's a beauty, for sure, & I love that 1st shot w/ the thick grass & the path leading up to the doors... Great barn find & I'm so glad you found Barn Charm!

    Thanks for joining in & linking up... hope to see you back next week! =)

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  13. They're all wonderful and I love the winter one.

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  14. I like your photos ...and I love old barns and the atmosphere they create .Thank you for your visit ! Wishing you a great week ahead !

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  15. Great photos! I love old barns too. Wishing I could find one to take some pics of my kids for Christmas cards.
    Have a great day!

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  16. I am a big fan of barns, outhouses and lighthouses. I love your picture of the barn and path leading up to it, makes you wonder doesn't it?

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  17. There is definitely romance to an older barn, very mysterious, but yet calming and enjoyable to look at. I love old barns too. Diane

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  18. Beautiful time-washed color on this barn! Yeah, that propped open door is a little eerie!

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  19. That's a great photo. Old barns make a wonderful subject. Lots of character. It does look creepy.
    Happy November to you.

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  20. Great photos, girl, you never did see who was going in and out, eh?
    Hugs, Cindy

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  21. I always admire your photos, Pamela, but you had me at barn this time! Gorgeous! Thanks for the kind comments for The Royal and my son.

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  22. I love the old weathered barns, this one is a beauty. Great photos! Thanks for stopping by my blog and commenting. You have a wonderful blog and I've signed up to follow. Have a great week!

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  23. A nice barn. A teeny bit crooked, but that gives it charm. Nice shots.

    NoteworthyMusings

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  24. Beautiful photos, Pamela – you've really captured the essence and history of this great old barn. And what fun to be introduced to Barn Charm. Thank you so much!

    I'm back from Chile and not really looking forward to the cool and damp. But at least we don't have snow yet. :) Wishing you a warm Sunday.

    – g

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  25. I have barns exactly like this. Must of been that era.

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