Wednesday, September 10, 2014

What Is It About Barns?


This barn is in the small community of Seaforth which is about 10 minutes from here.

We've been meaning to stop and photograph it.....we did just that the other day.





9 comments:

  1. A barn: a place many people are born in. Yeehaw.

    Neat barn, Jim. I don't recall ever seeing one around here with cedar (or whatever) shakes on the exterior walls. Unusual.
    It does make one sorry for it to become all rusty roofed and weather beaten.
    Did you look inside? Looks as if it were for something special.

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  2. Says the barn " Look at me, I've seen better days for sure, but today was the best, I posed, waited for the light to shine all over me, and now I'm published for people to view, world wide. How lucky is that for tired, old, well used me?" I love old barns too, and wonder what stories they hold. Great photos. Cheers,Jean.

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  3. We have a lot of old barns back where I am from. They add such personality to the surroundings.

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  4. Beautiful. I used to love driving along country roads in the States and seeing the old barns.

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  5. Great shots, Jim! Now, aren't you glad you finally stopped to take photos of this barn? And you know me...I LOVE old barns. And the worse shape they're in, the better.

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  6. Love the weathered doors and their rusty hinges!

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  7. I love old barns, too, but I don't know why. I guess they are part of a past we won't see again.

    Love,
    Janie

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  8. That must have been quite the barn in its day with those shingles and big hinges.

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  9. Rust and weathered wood - what could be more charming?

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