Tuesday, July 19, 2011

Seeing it in summer...

This barn on Dodd Road north of Lone Oak Road posted last winter. It has a beautiful farmhouse; come back tomorrow to see it. See other "Barn Charm" barns here.


21 comments:

  1. That old barn is holding up well Leif, looks just as good as it did in winter.

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  2. I guess I'm just a sucker for weathered red barns...I liked it in March and I still do!

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  3. No matter what season...this barn is a great photo op!!!

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  4. Oh yes...I like it in winter the best.

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  5. whatever the season it is.
    i love them both.
    nicely captured leif. ^0^

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  6. Now that is a nice one. Would make a great art studio. :-)

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  7. It looks picturesque in summer and in winter.

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  8. Ohhh very nice, very nice! The white snow makes it pop in the winter & the green grass makes it pop in the summer... they're both great shots!

    Thanks for joining in & linking up this beauty in the different seasons... she's a beauty! =)

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  9. Beautiful farmhouse Leif, not much different than our.

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  10. I can't decide which shot I like the best--winter or summer!

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  11. Like both, Leif! I feel the same as Randy: it would make a great art studio/gallery. Lots of potential there. Happy Tuesday!

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  12. I quess it reminds you of the color "Swedish red" at many houses in Sweden.

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  13. there's no place like home...there's no place like home...

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  14. Looks like there's a summer storm brewing in the background.

    A quiet beauty, and nicely photographed.

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  15. I really like this barn and like either version!

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  16. Very nice! It's beautiful both in the summer and in the winter.

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  17. This red barn looks great, summer and winter. :)

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