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Sunday, December 7, 2014

Barn Collective # 10








I took both of these barn photos on November 30, 2014, just a week ago, on the way to church.  It was that morning that we had a hoar frost on all the trees and shrubs and it was so beautiful out.  The top photo looks kind of grey but that is just the kind of morning it was at about 8:30.  I've shared the red barn many times here and always try to capture the second one but unsuccessfully until now.  Drive by shootings are difficult with a fast driver.  :)

I'm linking with The Barn Collective today.  

Thanks for visiting.  Have a great day!

Blessings
Pam

42 comments:

  1. The splash of red in the first image sure attracted my attention. The second one could be a B & W if not for the hint of green and the red door. Make your week special. Tom The Backroads Traveller

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  2. I like those barns! I'm going to join in later in the week too. Meantime, thanks for your comments - I responded to your question.

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  3. Hoarfrost certainly does make for an appealing photo op. Beaituful shots!

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  4. You drive and take pictures at the same time?! ; > See what Murray thinks of that!

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  5. beautiful barns Pam. Red always looks great in the snow.

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  6. Beautiful Pam. That red barn is so "photogenic"!!

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  7. I can't imagine things being so cold, when its still slightly warm in India! Must have been a beautiful church walk :)

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  8. I always like a red barn against the white snow! I hope you are seeing my comments, Pamela. They are alwasy bounced back to me as "un-deliverable" form your e-mail.

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  9. I'm in awe of all that snow! The barns are beautiful especially with the touches of red with all the white on the ground!
    I would love to have a white Christmas one day!
    Please pop over to my blog - I have a surprise for you Pam!
    Shane x

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  10. They are so beautiful in the snow, just right for Christmas barns!! xx

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  11. I love those photos - particularly the hues on the 2nd one. We've just had our first flurry of snow, but it hasn't settled.

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  12. i enjoy the red with the snow. very gorgeous. looks like cold times in your neck of the wood there in Canada. are you enjoying any tea lately? i know you said a while back you were cutting back on sweets? wondered what you had been trying lately? if anything? have a great week. take care. ( :

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  13. Beautiful.

    I'll take pictures of gators...you keep clicking that snow :)

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  14. The snow makes everything look so pristine.

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  15. O, what a beautiful snow/barn photos!

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  16. I love barns also, especially old ones. These are so pretty!

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  17. Awesome photos Pamela I love them ! Thanks for sharing , Have a good day !

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  18. Both photos are suitable for beautiful Christmas cards. So pretty. Barns say a lot about the farmers who have them, don't they?

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  19. 'Drive by shootings...', Pamela, you are TOO funny! I love red, especially with white, and your snowy scene and beautiful red barn are pure eye candy for this expat with a sweet tooth!

    Happy Monday!

    Warm hugs,
    Poppy

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  20. Lovely pictures for drive bys. : ) Red barns always look so beautiful with the snow.

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  21. Hi Pamela,

    Lovely to discover your blog via Shane, congratulations on winning her giveaway.
    Your photographs are so very beautiful - love the pristine snow and the contrast of the red of the barn.
    Happy week
    Carolyn

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  22. Both of your barn photos are fabulous, Pamela. But that first one with the red peeking out of the snow just captures my heart!
    Mary Alice

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  23. Pam.....
    That first photo is breathtaking.....
    What a perfect Christmas card that would make.....really.....fabulous!
    Cheers!
    Linda :o)

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  24. Lovely shots, especially being drive bys.
    I love the pops of red amongst the snow.

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  25. Love the red barn! We have no snow (yet!) and no red barns!

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  26. oh wow, beautiful, especially the red one! we haven't had much snow yet...got a little the day before thanksgiving but it melted within a couple of hours...still waiting for out turn!

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  27. Thanks for sharing the link!! I have missed Barn Charm and will add this new site to my favorites! I love the countryside shots you captured! The white and the frost and the bright red of the good ole barn in the first picture! Lovely!

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  28. Beautiful, as your snow photos always are, Pamela. Thanks for linking up this week.

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  29. Love your snowscenes...I pinned one to my Favorite Places And Spaces board. Looks like you are enjoying winter. Thanks for your good wishes.
    Ruth

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  30. Pamela, brrrr, looks cold! Nice shots!

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  31. Oh I love the barns. We diddle along the roads - often Don will turn the car around numerous times so I can get just the right photo. Even then sometimes it is hard to get the perfect shot - but we keep trying.

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  32. Beautiful barns, Pam. You did get an excellent shot of the second one. I understand all about those fast drive by shootings!..Happy Tuesday..Judy

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  33. Love them both. They would make nice Christmas cards.

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  34. Gorgeous . . . . loved the Red Barn Peek . . .
    Wish we had snow, warm weather predicted . . .

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  35. I like both shots, but there's something about that red against the snow that is so charming!

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  36. Wonderful shots, Pamela. I love barns, especially red ones! Merry Christmas, my friend!

    Blessings,
    Sandi

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  37. Absolutely gorgeous! Picture postcard perfect. The red barn is just stunning. The frost is just otherwordly to me. So beautiful!

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  38. Your pics are exquisite - love how the red pops on that dreary grey day!

    I have never heard the term "hoar frost" before, going to have to look up that meaning!

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  39. The red barn looks so festive against the white snow. I know what you mean about trying to photos from the car. You did an amazing job. It's not easy.

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  40. I love old barns. Even the fallen down ones. You did a great job

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