Monday, February 13, 2012

Monday's Barnery

Big spread on the hill.

And a not so big, but totally used place.

Linking to Barn Charm
whether there's any charm or not!

96 comments:

Fiskarn said...

Green tree ? Here in Sweden has finally real Winter arriwed but I want he Spring to come as fast as possible ! website ronniesfiske.se

Ellie said...

That wee barn does look like it has been well used.

Tanya said...

looks like a busy spot but i prefer the poor little broken down barn.

Catherine said...

A good 'port in a storm' for this tiny barn! :)
xo Catherine

Nancy's Notes said...

Oh, the barn does have charm and looks like it's had many days of good use!

Lisa @ Two Bears Farm said...

The last barn may need to drink a V-8.

thesedaysofmine.com said...

That is a HUGE barn in those first two pictures. Never a shortage of old barns, is there?

RoeH said...

If barns could just talk. :)

heyBJK said...

Love that open country! While the big spread on the hill is nice, the "not so big, but totally used" would get my vote for country song title. :-)

Gail said...

Every nook and cranny is used here on this falling down farm.

Nice contrast.

Carole M. said...

interesting barn territory!

Sandra said...

I would love to walk around and see what is in the over stuffed barn, i see a tractor under the other shed. hope this cold today did no hurt your green.

Wayne (Woody), whatever said...

Charm, like beauty, is in the eye of the beholder. I think this places oozes charm from every pore.

Tanna at The Brick Street Bungalow said...

My gosh, the big spread is huge!! The little one seems to have stolen all of our hearts! blessings ~ tanna

Madge @ The View From Right Here said...

The last little barn, seems well used and a bit rumpled...

Melodie said...

That last one has a lot of character,lol!

grammie g said...

Hi Teresa...Well used and worn ..poor thing!!
Grace

Jill said...

Talk about a contrast! Love it. The little barn takes my vote.

Montanagirl said...

Ha! Love the last one best.

Jan n Jer said...

The wide open spaces with lots of room to roam! Love that last shot!

Ruta said...

I like the little 'well used' barn!

Comment1 said...

Wide open spaces and wide open barns.

Roan said...

Beautiful spread on the hill. Love that old weather beaten barn in the last shot.

ShySongbird said...

Love the creaky looking old barn, well used I suspect. Nice to see green grass too after all the snow here although it has (today) pretty well all gone.

I also loved the photo with the Goldfinch and Woodpecker on the last post and of course your gorgeous doggies :-)

Sandy said...

Love all your "barn shots". Interesting how many different styles there are. (o:

Rohrerbot said...

I'd really like to run in those fields right now. I'm at work and need to use the photocopy machine. I love open spaces and sunny skies!

Pix at Under the Oaks said...

Lots of run-ins and big old beautiful Texas Sky! Those fences look like some of the ones here :)

Sonya @ Under the Desert Sky said...

I love the wide open spaces.

That last barn has definitely been well used!

Pam said...

There is still some charm in the ole place yet.. just like some charming oldie I know.
Lovely shots, T.
Hugs,
Pam :)

parker said...

Appears those folks on top of the hill have alot going on to need that much barn space.
Appears to be a John Deere hanging out besides the old barn.

Randy said...

Both are great but I like the small one best.

Karen said...

That big spread seems unobtrusive on the landscape. Such low buildings.

Farm Girl said...

I always enjoy looking at the farms. I love seeing the barns.
You have so much to see around you. :)

Susan said...

That's a hill? :) Big spread is right! Poor barn!

Marco Alpha said...

Hello Theresa,
Beautiful landscapes with a fantastic blue sky. Nice to see!!

Greetings, Marco

polkadotpeticoat said...

From big to little , love the little!

Joop Zand said...

I like you barn shots..... there's enough space overthere.

Greetings, Joop

ladyfi said...

A wonderful contrast between the two!

Rain said...

Now that last barn has seen a lot of life in it-and I'm sure some death.......it's genuine America! Love it!

quies said...

First of all, I agree with Wayne:
This place oozes charm.
I love the open country.
Nice with springtime. As you know we are still struggling with snow. Puh...

It`s difficult to choose, but I think I go for the last picture with the weather-beaten barn.
That picture had a lot of character.

Have a nice day and a great new week!

Country Mouse Studio said...

I'm amazed a how big some these places are.

shutterbuggbitten said...

I love all the different barns you manage to find. I'm excited to be participating finally!

Teresa
(Eden Hills)

Sallie (FullTime-Life) said...

I love the little one the best!!

And on the post below, Sunday was a beautiful day at your spread! Thanks for the peaceful images. (And that's comment #105, at least ;>)

Sall's Country Life said...

Those big spreads are just plain ugly! I'd rather see old and worn any day just so I can imagine the life style back when.

Paula said...

Looks like a working farm to me. Thanks for sharing.

Mama Zen said...

Great shots!

Becca said...

Such wide open spaces and beautiful blue skies! Love the photos and thank you for your sweet words about my guest spot over at Crescendoh. :-)

Sylvia K said...

Love the little barn. Looks well used! Have a great day!

Sylvia

Pricilla said...

Well used is an apt description

Candy C. said...

That barn on the hill is HUGE but I much prefer the little one with all it's charm! :)

Inger said...

The tall and the short of it in the barnery world.

bailey-road.com said...

Barnery - I like that word! Old barns are so fascinating!

SweetMarie said...

Love all the wide open space! I see a horse off in the distance. Falling asleep under a tin roof would be cool. :)

Bob Bushell said...

The last one, needs a little bit of cash spent on it. Although, it is still working.

Andrew Fulton said...

Another wonderful look at your countryside

Shaun_ShutterBug said...

well used is an understatement, i think someone had every dimes worth of use out of that barn... and there is still life in the old girl yet

dr momi said...

Linking to Barn Charm whether there's any charm or not? LOL!

ellen abbott said...

I dunno, that not so big one appeals to me more.

Eva Ason said...

I like that over used barn, and even the tractor [hehe] It's been very mild here in Ireland during the past days. Not really had any winter this year with snow and such.
Have a great day!

Eva

Judy said...

I love the difference in the Texas barns and Wisconsin barns.

Julie G. said...

Two very different barns. Cool images! I'm surprised that last barn is still standing. I like it even though it's on its last legs.

Salviano Adão said...

Much good perfection blog, boa they postact.
That the Sir our God comes to bless you still more.

Nancy said...

All looks calm and serene to me...I bet that old barn could tell some tales......

islandwonder said...

I love seeing all that field too. How nice!

Bruce Clark said...

Its always nice to see the different styles of farm buildings from around the country.

barbara l. hale said...

Interesting barns this week. I love that last photo!

Nancy @ A Rural Journal said...

Does look like a big place -- love the well-loved little barn. :)

Elaine said...

I really like that totally used place!

Beth said...

lots of space. wow!! (:

DeanO said...

just stopping by to say hello and fun photographs

Michaele said...

We need a closer look at the big barn. See what you can do about that for next week - k?
Maybe Texans don't take well to trespassing - forget that.

Rose said...

What a big low barn in that top one! I like the bottom just cause it looks so well used.

Jenn Jilks said...

I love these barns. I wonder who lives there, the history of the barn. Just beautiful!
Cheers from Cottage Country!

MarieElizabeth said...

There is something about the almost falling down ones I love so much.

Reena Walkling said...

That small little place is just fine for me!

Marydon said...

Such beauty & charm she stately holds, the stories she can tell.
Happy Valentine's
TTFN ~
Hugs,
Marydon

Cheryl @ The Farmer's Daughter said...

That's a huge barn on the hill, but I think I like the old smaller one best. It has all the charm!

Kathy said...

Someday I'll come visit and we'll go barn-hunting!

Deb said...

I agree with Brian lol cool barn

Tammy said...

Lovely countryside and well captured barns!

Margie said...

Ran late today, hence I am at the bottom on the comment pile, LOL! I like the first shot from the road of the spread on the hill.

Linda R said...

Yep, I think that second barn need a little work. But it does have character..

Hugs, Linda

Gillian Olson said...

Really like the feel of the smaller, well-used one.

rainfield61 said...

Barns are charm.

SquirrelQueen said...

Now that's wide open spaces. That little barn is my favorite.

黄清华 Wong Ching Wah said...

In Malaysia, farms are usually small, unorganized, and do not welcome the public except if economic reasons !!!!

Tricia @ Bluff Area Daily said...

I like that 'Barnery', nice word! Maybe I should rename it to Barn Charm Barnery! heheheee =)

Totally love the palace!!!

Thanks so much for joining, TWG!

Grandma Barb's This and That said...

Great photos but I like the last one the best!

Tatjana Parkacheva said...

Beautiful photos.

Regards and best wishes

Betty Manousos@ Cut and Dry said...

worn by good use, but beautiful!
lovely photos, teresa.

georgettesullins said...

Now that's a corrugated roof!

Genie said...

This one really does spread out on the hill and looks to be in use and in good condition. I would be curious to be able to go into the different buildings. Happy Valentine’s Day. genie

Chatty Crone said...

That little barn has seen better days. sandie

pattisjarrett said...

Barn? What barn? I couldn't help but notice that beautiful blue sky. Didn't know you had "hills," either.

Margaret said...

That is one huge covered area... to get out of the hot Texas sun! I remember how hot summers were...

LB @ Bullets And Biscuits said...

I seriously have nothing smart to say :(

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