Tuesday, September 27, 2011

Corny in Coates

The Minnesota harvest of corn is just around the corner. We passed this barn in Coates, a village of 163 people just south of Eagan, on our way home from Iowa. Click here to see other charming barns.


21 comments:

  1. It's a nice looking barn, very different from the ones I see in my area.

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  2. A very nice barn! And I'm looking forward to the corn. :)

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  3. this is a beautiful, large barn...it's big enough to house the whole village!

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  4. Looks like a pretty good spread. Like the angle of the shot. Were you on your belly when you snapped this?

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  5. From this angle the corn looks almost as tall as the barn. Love this shot...Nice barn!

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  6. That Barn is just Magnificent! It has always been my dream to have a farm someday! I'll do my best to have a great farm just like this one in your shot Leif! Great Job! The Silo is just Magnificent and the colors do complement the Corns :D

    Steven^^

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  7. What....! A black and white barn? I thought it was compulsory for all barns to be reddish/brown in colour haha! This is a beauty and HUGE! Nice shot Leif.

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  8. I am so glad you posted an image big enough to really see some of the details...I loved it small, but wow, when I enlarged it....it is really a spectacular barn. And I LOVE that silo...hope you can get back there when the corn is gone.

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  9. Beautiful beautiful & more beautiful! Amazingly HUGE, too! I love it, love that roof & the windows & the cupola! Gorgeous find

    Thank you for joining Barn Charm when you can & here's to another year =)

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  10. Isn't this a classic midwestern barn and field! Nice one, Leif.

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  11. I very much like the shape of this barn!

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  12. What a wonderful composition! Love the colours too.

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  13. You make the most beautiful barns in the world!

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  14. What a great structure! It's more than a barn; someone has produced a real work of art here.

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  15. Can't even remember when last time seen a field of corn. Thank you for 'taking me home'. Please have a good Wednesday you all.

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  16. Love the silo!! What a great barn!

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  17. Super looking barn and a great field of corn. I posted a corny barn last week for barn charm. Tis the season. Pass the butter. MB

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  18. Amazing shape. Time has added his marks in the texture.

    Hugs

    Valery

    Barcelona Daily Photo

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