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Monday, June 17, 2013

barn charm






This farm is near us and I took these photos last July.




It is a dairy farm owned by a Dutch family.








And it's very nicely kept.


I'm joining with Tricia for Barn Charm.


Blessings,

Pamela

20 comments:

  1. Nice!! I especially like the third shot with the cows in the foreground.

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  2. That's one long barn! I love the cow shot too.

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  3. Lovely photos.. I think I know that farm...

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  4. Yes it is....very well kept!
    When driving thru rural areas, I often notice that...
    One property is absolutely immaculate, and then right beside them...a dumpy place!!!
    I would be annoyed if that were me!! ha!
    Love the crisp blue sky...and fluffy white clouds!

    Another funny day weatherwise...sunny..cloudy...humid...then sunny again...GEESH!
    Cheers!
    Linda :o)

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  5. I like that! Nice, long, low and red. The silo is a great bonus!

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  6. Our friends from the Netherlands always tell us that our "space" here is like being in a fairy tale surrounded by beauty. Theses folks that own this place must be in Heaven!...:)JP

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  7. gorgeous day. those clouds are amazing. cute cows. ( :

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  8. What a lovely farm. Red barns are the best. And so are black and white cows. Perfect.

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  9. very pretty place...love those cows!

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  10. Beautiful photos Pamela and I love the peace and rural feel of them all. I want to thank you for leaving such a nice comment on my blog and you really made my day. Hugs to you and have a wonderful day.

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  11. Such gorgeous countryside Pamela - I want to return here as it's been so many years since we made it to the Maritimes! You always show us such beautiful farmland.................and I know the wild flowers must be glorious by now.
    Something always special about a barn whether new and slick or falling down and creepy - I love every one of them and always wish I could peek inside.

    Being away with sporadic (and expensive!) Internet I fell way behind with comments, but have been reading when possible. Great to be back and many, many thanks dear friend for commenting on my journey posts - it was another amazing and very interesting trip.

    Hope Summer weather is bringing you sunshine - we've had a lot of rain, more due today, but at least the hydrangeas are happy!
    Hugs - Mary

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  12. Pamela, Your barn photos are lovely and really capture the beauty of the countryside.

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  13. It is gorgeous countryside! and glad you got a shot of the milk cows in the front of one of the shots. I love Barn Charm and have to get busy editing some of my stash of photos! Heading out side for a walk on this beautiful June morning though,,,so editing will have to wait!! Take care

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  14. Yes, it certainly is! And a big barn, too.

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  15. Barn is so long and very beautiful!!! And I am totally in love with the second picture!!! It's so pastoral and so wonderful!!!!

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  16. Looks prosperous and well kept. Love it, Pamela.

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  17. That is a very big barn! Very pretty rural scenes...love seeing the cattle in the photos.

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  18. What a lovely day you had to photograph this barn!

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  19. Very pretty---and relaxing to visit!

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