Monday, December 5, 2011

A few more barns

It's Monday.  Time to get your barn photos in a row for Tricia's Barn Charm.   Just a few more random barns from the Run*A*Round zone.
I like the grasses and the barbed wire fence in this more than the barn.
This place had 3 little barns all together on the corner.  They're more like run-in shelters rather than barns.
Catching the buzzard in flight was a bonus.

This one was set pretty far off the road so I had to zoom in to get it.  A little blurry, but this old relic deserves to be seen.

73 comments:

Tanna at The Brick Street Bungalow said...

Yep, I'm lovin' the old barn in the distance! Great barn finds, TexWisGirl. blessings ~ tanna

Buttons said...

Oh Tex these are great I agree with Tanna on this one. B

Nancy @ A Rural Journal said...

Love the tree in the second photo -- so pretty paired with the barn. :)

Allison said...

Barns! I feel like I know a little bit about Texas now, T!

Arija said...

Love the last one, a bit decrepit but with a lot of character.

Peggy said...

You must have such wonderful adventures "barn hunting"! Love the last one best.

Sallie (FullTime-Life) said...

Nice catches, all of them...I always wonder about those little outbuildings and want to ask what they do with them.

Sandra said...

i like the second one because of the beautiful old tree and the fence is really pretty and the last one because it is really old and pretty

Pix at Under the Oaks said...

Tex you are so right about the old relic! It deserves to be seen, glad you shared all your barns you found! I have to hop in a vehicle and do some shooting, I am out of barns!

Roan said...

Yes, that old relic does deserve being seen. Great finds.

thesedaysofmine.com said...

We went in search of barns yesterday too! Gotta love 'em!

Woody said...

A lot of our local horse farms have the 3-side run-in's, I almost thought they were required.

Gail Dixon (Louisiana Belle) said...

Rusty roof barns are my fave! You did a fantastic job capturing these!

Jill said...

I think the tinge of bluriness adds even more charm to the delightful third barn.

magda said...

Very nice photos and congratulations for the bird!!!!
Many greetings and kisses

bailey-road.com said...

Nice shots! These utilitarian structures have such a humble beauty about them.

wayside wanderer said...

Very cool shot of the buzzard! I hope you are getting a lot of rain!

ladyfi said...

What lovely barns - especially that last one!

heyBJK said...

There are a lot of rust-colored barn roofs down your way. Some of those barns have been around a long time! Nice photos!

Texan said...

Cool pics! I still think I will be over after the red one you have shown. Oh that's right that one is yours.

ellen abbott said...

there's a barn near us that is sided with those pressed metal 'tiles' that used to be the ceilings of old buildings. we call it the quilted barn.

Sinbad and I on the Loose said...

I like seeing a bit of green showing up in the fields and grasses except for the last shot. That barn was left high and dry by the passing rain clouds.

Sylvia K said...

Great post for the day and I always love your barns! I, too, love the tree in the second shot! Hope you have a great day!

Sylvia

Annette said...

I love the way the trees frame the barn in the last picture.

Pricilla said...

I wonder if Barn(ey) Fife would qualify for this meme?

Candy C. said...

My grandpa & grandma's farm in Kansas had those run-in sheds; they used them as carports for the trucks and tractors.

barbara l. hale said...

Good barns! I know I have some around somewhere. But where??

Kathy said...

I love that last one!

deb duty said...

Lovely shots! I always enjoy your barn photos!

Gillian Olson said...

Great barns and wide open spaces.

Haddock said...

Looks like the buzzard made a u turn after seeing your camera.

Robin said...

T, I wonder what stories these old barns could tell us! Wouldn't that be interesting

Gone Country said...

Like everyone else, I'm likin' the last one! Great shots!

Karen said...

The barns are indeed charming!

LauraX said...

Oh, I really love the last one...something about the warm colors:-)

laurak@forestwalkart said...

those old barns have a lot of charm! it makes me wonder what's inside...what kind of old relics...they store...what animals have lived under the roofs...

cool barns!

Mom of M&Ms said...

love these... and I like the grasses in that shot too! :)

Magia da Inês said...

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SweetMarie said...

That last pic is gorgeous! Hope you're having a great Monday!

Andrew said...

I love having a look around your facinating countryside.. These old barns are great to see.

Snowed a bit last night but the rain had got rid of it this morning.. more expected this week.

Jill from Killeny Glen said...

I love 'em all!!!!!!

Bob Bushell said...

I like your barnestry, if there is such a word.

Rita said...

Especially love the red roofs, that you have green trees right now, and the buzzard! ;)

Κωστής Τζαγκαράκης said...

...Everything you photograph, you make it look so beautiful..!
Costas

pattisjarrett said...

I like the last barn, too. Yep, nice buzzard pic. :)

Daniel said...

Well done... and a Buzzard too! I like the last one in the series most. :)

Chatty Crone said...

Great barns there girl. sandie

Julie G. said...

It's always a pleasure to view your barn charm images. Fantastic!

Fjällripan said...

The last one is really charming!! Nice catch of the buzzard to! :)

Carole Meisenhelter said...

great photos; always interesting to see your part of the world. Your trips will reach an ever-widening circle as you step further afar to get 'more barns' :)

Becca said...

Such cool looking barns!

parker said...

Your collection of barn pics just keeps growing. Really like the one with the Turkey Buzzard making a turn!

A Quiet Corner said...

Nice! We've got some great barns out this way too! I'll get them one of these days!...:)JP

Farmchick said...

Great finds!

Kerin said...

Not one of those barns is a dud :)

I love 'em all!

I need to invent a 'Barn Radar", just to make sure never to miss a great barn.

Have a beautiful week :)

Susan said...

Great barns! Love them!

Jan n Jer said...

I like the old relic! Great new header too!

Rose said...

I love the old one! A lot of history has happened in its lifetime...wonder what all it has seen.

Montanagirl said...

Nice barn shots. Really like the last one a lot. The Buzzard was an added bonus too! LOVE your Header.

Marissa @Life On Our Side Of The Mountain said...

The buzzard was the first thing I noticed in the photo!

I like your new header, too. :)

Ruta said...

I love the second shot...was that a hawk? Very cool.

edenhills said...

I love that you drive around looking for barns. That would be so much fun!

Carletta said...

Love the composition of the second shot and the buzzard capture!

Elaine said...

I'm glad you included that last one. It looks like a great old barn even if we can't see it clearly. Makes you just itch to get up closer for a better shot, doesn't it?

Mari said...

Nice barns! I especially like that last one, even though you can't see it well.

Betty Manousos@ Cut and Dry said...

your photos are always worth the look.

love those barns.

Tanya said...

that last one is beautiful!

Jill Wellington said...

I love the fence in the first couple shots, Tex! I also love your header with the fun photos!

Margaret said...

Big blue skies and land, land, land. You really captured that feel in the third photo!

Larry said...

Such a different look and feel to the barns in your part of the country, when compared to our Wisconsin barns... great photos... Larry

Tricia @ Bluff Area Daily said...

WoW TWG, they're all great, but I love that last one, too cool! =)

Thanks =)

Genie said...

I have to agree with Tricia in the last one being my favorite, it seems full of personality. You really came through with some fine barns this week. Genie

Pat Tillett said...

Just did some country driving ourselves and saw some nice old barns. I wasn't lucky enough to catch a buzzard or anything else in the photos though.

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