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Tuesday, May 7, 2013

barn charm times four




This is a large barn.  Sorry about the spots as I took this through the window.


These barns were all photographed in Carleton County, NB in April when we went for a drive to see the windmills which are next door in Mars Hill, Maine.

A pretty red barn.


Some of the Mars Hill windmills behind this barn.


This dome is a potato barn.  Strangest looking one I've seen as they are usually hip roofed and built
into the ground.


I edited these photos with Picasa's Lomo-ish to pop the colour a bit and add some dark edges.

I'm joining Tricia at "Bluff Area Daily" for



Come on over and visit some other charming barns.

Blessings,

Pamela

23 comments:

  1. Morning Pamela, love the barn charm pictures....The red barn stole the show, :) Francine.

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  2. they have windmills like that out in palm springs, ca....lots and lots of them! pretty barns!

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  3. love the windmill barn & the dome barn - that is very usual. i have never seen one like it. unless you count the highway dept. barns. very similar. so cool!! great find this week. ( :

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  4. I love old barns and am always on the look out for them. I love the potato barns in Caeleton County.I don't go to that area often enough. I also loved your heart shaped cloud! what a great find that was! Recently I have been looking down instead of up, looking for wildflowers in bloom. We haVE SOME PURPLE VIOLETS IN BLOOM IN OUR OWN garden AS MY HUSBAND HAD transplanted them for me last year right in our own garden. And right now we have a lot Violets as Ihad forgotten all about them.
    todY WE ARE HOPING THE GASPEREAU ARE RUNNING IN THE OROMOCTO RIVER AT THE gaspereau FALLS AT FREDERICTON JUNCTION today. It is quite a sight if the timing is right the gathering gulls spot a run and are in a feeding frenzy. The occasion is quite a photo opp, if you happen upon their period of action. I have seen a few gulls flying overhead yesterday and last evening.
    I am enjoying your daily posts. Thank you for your support of my blog. I appreciate it.
    Fred Ann

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  5. I love the red one behind the trees, but the barn with the windmills in the background is really cool, too! Nice photos!

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  6. Good Morning Pamela....I love all of your barns...but I agree with Brian...my favorite is the one with the windmills in the background...Just BEAUTIFUL! I never get bored or tired of seeing and finding new barns and yours are amazing. Hope you have a wonderful day and it looks like you're enjoying the beautiful warm, sunny days of Spring as I am too. By the way your yard looks fantastic...you are a woman after my own heart wanting to let all that sunshine in...I think us that live in the North country really need our sunshine...as much as we can get. Hugs

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  7. I love the barn shots...and I love the red barn with the bits of snow the most.

    They do pop don't they?

    Jen

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  8. Great finds, Pam! Love the red one. The dome is really a different barn. Have never seen one like that.

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  9. Nice barn pics! I really love that one with the windfarm in the background.

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  10. You have a wonderful collection of barns! The red one is my favorite since I love red barns.

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  11. Now, that domed potato barn is a new one on me. Very interesting. Love all of your shots, but my favorite has to be the red one. genie

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  12. I like the Lomo effect here. It works well!

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  13. Nice barns, I love the charm of them, but I have to say, there's not much charm in the potato barn is there.
    Have a good day!

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  14. The first barn is very large, isn't it, and the red one is a charmer! : )

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  15. Hi Pamela,
    amazing how many different shapes the barns have. The dome looks as if a unindentified flying object had landed. Thank you for sharing and thank you so much for your visit and the sweet comment.
    best greetings, Johanna

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  16. I love that second one...the top one looks huge.

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  17. We don't have barns like you do, mainly hay sheds here, they are not as nice to look at as yours, the second one is very attractive.
    Merle..........

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  18. I love the rusty galvanized roof on the one barn
    and of course a red barn always draws the eye!!

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  19. Great shots Pam!! Love the red one of course,,,Pretty blue skies out your way!

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  20. Barns are so photogenic. Love the views you've shown us.

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  21. A fantastic collection of barns. That potato one is definitely different---I doubt that one will ever be seen in Ohio!
    I'm partial to red barns so the 2nd one is my favorite, but I'm impressed with the size of the first one. Wonderful post!:>)

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  22. All great barns, but I love the contrast of the windmills and the rusty metal barn in that third picture.

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