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Tuesday, April 16, 2013

a brand new barn changes the landscape








This red and white hoop barn is new.  It was built last fall and I think it's an indoor riding arena.
I took this photo on Sunday morning after a dusting of snow overnight.  The grey and brown landscape is brightened by the bright red of this new barn's end wall.


Here is the same scene taken last July.



Isn't it beautiful?  The new barn changes the landscape of this old farm with it's older barns but maybe, if the farmer plants canola again, it will still be pretty.
Maybe I'll do a comparison photo this summer.


I'm linking with Tricia's Barn Charm.
Won't you join us?

Blessings,

Pamela

22 comments:

  1. I actually like the new barn -- it lends some new color to the farm. :)

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  2. i enjoying the warm weather shot. sort of tired of winter weather. when it is really hot again - will take the winter photo then. ha. ha!! gorgeous red barn. ( :

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  3. That is a pretty barn, it really does change the look of the farm.

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  4. I think all that red against the canola might be pretty spectacular!

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  5. I like the older barns better, but that red is going to be a force to be reckoned with...very pretty it'll be against the yellow I'm sure.

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  6. It is so bright and cheery in the landscape it could not be missed. Valerie

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  7. a brand new barn is pretty in the snow, but i love all the flowers... i love spring! the world comes to life

    thank you for joining

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  8. Wow, Pamela, it looks like you took a paintbrush to the first photo and added some red. Red barns always look great but especially in snow country! : )

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  9. I love both photos. I really love how the red stands out. That summer photo is wonderful.

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  10. I will always love the older barns and they are my favorites, but at least the new one is red!

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  11. I have to say I like last year's version best. It will be interesting to see how your before and after barn photos compare!

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  12. Hi Pamela,
    the new barn adds a great color in the winter. Maybe it is not so visible in the summer time when a lot of colors appear. In the winter photo it reminds me to the red houses in Sweden.
    Best greetings, Johanna

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  13. That really does change the landscape! I would love seeing the yellow canola in front of that red though.

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  14. I love the way the red stands out against the greyness of the landscape, and I am sure when the new crops grow the red will look even more beautiful. Take care. Chel x

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  15. Wow! Great shots! Huge difference...not only because of the seasons, but the barns too.

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  16. Wow! That barn really changes the landscape, doesn't it? I love barns; especially red ones. It is a wonderful barn and thanks for sharing it with us.

    Blessings,
    Sandi

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  17. Love how the red makes such a "pop" in the landscape . . . I look forward to your summer photos . . .

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  18. What a difference! I would love to see a comparison picture.

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  19. That's a very unique looking building. Great shot. Thanks for sharing.

    And thanks for stopping by my blog this week. :-)

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  20. You will definitely have to go back in the summertime and get a shot then. What a terrific scene regardless of the season! Thanks for visiting my barn.

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