Monday, March 26, 2012

Just one barn

A barn / run-in shed found on one of my country drives.


Linking to Barn Charm

100 comments:

Jill said...

Good Morning! Nice little barn. I adore the "fancy" part of that fence though!

Tanya said...

oh wait, i love that little stretch of fence!

Charade said...

I, too, was attracted to the section of wrought iron fence. But I love the rust patterns on the old corrugated tin as well.

Coloring Outside the Lines said...

That fence is almost as ornate as cemetery fencing. Cute little barn!

Comment1 said...

Awww. It looks so lonely.

Lisa @ Two Bears Farm said...

When we first moved here there was some unusual fencing too - but not quite as ornate!

sweetdaysundertheoaks said...

Good Morning Tex! Sweet little barn. Rust red roof always charming. Love the wrought iron fence and the trees on both sides of the barn to frame it in!

Catherine said...

I am loving that blue sky!
xo Catherine

Roan said...

Wonder what's up with that fancy section of fence. I started to say 'cute' barn, but barns and cute just don't mix. lol

mick said...

You have lots of interesting shaped barns around your place.

Ellie said...

Awe it looks kind of lonely in that big field. I also love the fence - it is very ornate.

Lynne said...

Just one itty, bitty barn . . .

Sandra said...

i like the name run-in shed, that is what my friend has for her horses. looks like they started to make the fence wrought iron decorative. or is that a gate?

Sharon said...

It looks sad and lonely, out there by itself.

Wanda..plain~N~simple said...

Poor little thang needs a few horses to keep it company.

parker said...

Nice design on the ornamental fence!

DJan said...

It does look lonely out there in the field with no animals around. I keep noticing your blue skies...

Chatty Crone said...

That is a nice barn on a huge peace of property. What was that on the fence on the right? Decorations? sandie

bj said...

Cute barn and cute fence. :)

Jan n Jer said...

It looks so lonely out there by itself. Great compostition!

Randy said...

Looks like a recycled barn.

MTWaggin said...

Wow I bet that puppy rattles in the wind!

Debbie said...

sooo we are all cut from the same cloth, just lovin' that fence!!

it's a sweet little barn, i adore all that rust!!

Tricia @ Bluff Area Daily said...

she's a beauty, wonder if there's anything inside... now, i want a tour! lol =)

thank you muches for joining =)

Pricilla said...

Very interesting fencing

Linda said...

The barn still looks strong and functional, but not very well cared for. I wonder if it's still in use.

Karen said...

A nice simple set up there, I like that kind of barn best.

Sylvia K said...

Love that fence! Great shots for the day as always!

polkadotpeticoat said...

Put some windows in that and I could live there.....I was thinking of you yesterday there was an orphaned little baby moose in the grocery store parking lot, so skinny and someone had put a bail of hay out for it.....made me cry! Made my baby at home look so big, there he was waiting to greet me, Hi Mom looking in the window from a far.....I must repeat to my self do not feed wild animals.....

bailey-road.com said...

I wonder what the story is behind that interesting fencery.

Grandma Barb's This and That said...

I like the rusty roof on the little barn. But I love that fancy fence!

Sinbad and I on the Loose said...

Is something like that no more than a shelter from a storm or the unrentless sun for the stock to use?

Maura @ Lilac Lane Cottage said...

Simple but beautiful in it's own right. I had to take a second look at that wrought iron fencing...how surprising to see something like that right there. Ooo I'd love to have that in my garden. Great photo's! I hope your day is a good one down there on the Run A Round Ranch.
Maura :)

Eyeliquor said...

Enough for me ;)

heyBJK said...

Uhhh, where is everybody? It's kinda out there by itself. Cool barn and I really like the fence, too!

latebloomerbuds said...

Peaceful... close, closer and closest! Margie

Homeschool on the Croft said...

I want to know the story behind the barn. I want to know why it's there all alone. Did it used to have company? What was it used for? Who lived there? Soooo many questions :)

SweetMarie said...

Cute barn with such pretty trees around it. The like that one section of ornate fence. Have a great week!

Rose said...

Cute little barn...

Buttons said...

Nice little thing:) and I love the fence. Hey Tex I love your header. B

Honest Abe said...

I suppose that would be the perfect place to find to get in out of the rain, especially if the horse could get in too.I am trying to get the word out to all blogger friends that I have a new birds blog.

Since I was hacked I had to give up my old user name and the blogs that went with it.

So this is the new birds blog and I hope you can come visit. Birds Birds Birds and Birds

Mom of M&Ms said...

awesome... I think I have seen that one!!!!

sharon said...

I love your picture of the barn. I've seen one like that around here and have been wanting to take the pic.

Montanagirl said...

Boy, there sure is an endless supply of neat old barns and sheds down there!

Cheryl @ The Farmer's Daughter said...

That nice little barn needs some horses around it for company. Great looking stretch of fence there, too!

Pam said...

Neat barn and nice shot, T.
Just a passing thought.. you must get tired of 'running around' :)

Wayne (Woody), whatever said...

The fence caught my eye, it's unusual.

Robin said...

T, nice shots! I like the ornate fence!

Mary Howell Cromer said...

I love that little section of old white iron looking fencing along the fence row as much as the little shed~

Farm Girl said...

Well it is still nice. I like squares.

CameraCruise said...

Love that barn and fence!
Thanks for sharing.

Deb said...

that is a cool barn...love the fence too...

Eva Ason said...

I like the way you have zoomed in on this barn, very well done. An interesting photo :)
Have a great day

Eva

Nancy Claeys said...

Useful and simple. What I strive to be. :)

Madge Bloom said...

Love that rusty tin roof!

Rita said...

I love that little part of the fence, too. And looks like this would be a welcome spot during a cold wind. :)

KaHolly said...

Just beautiful!! I was up in your neck of the woods last week and it felt good to be 'home'!!! have a great week! ~karen

Shaun_ShutterBug said...

A lovely piece of fencing art. you found a gem there.

FOREST SNAPPER said...

Love your blog..a story behind ever picture...have a great day.

Peter

Giga said...

Chyba trochę zaniedbana , ale cała. Pozdrawiam.*** Probably a little neglected, but the whole. Yours.

Evelyn S. said...

Each time I see one of your "landscape" photos, I am so aware of the wide open spaces in the background! Around here, there would be mountains somewhere. ;-)

barbara l. hale said...

Nice little barn. I love that fence, too. I guess they used what they had. Nice!!

Paula said...

Like it, but who wouldn't?

Lindsjö taxar said...

Nice photo but where are the animals? Sure they have some there sometime....

Bob Bushell said...

Oh, he feels lonely, I am sure you'll find another.

Candy C. said...

Nice sturdy little barn, love the rusty corrugated panels! Whassup with the fancy fence section? Pretty cool that they used it! :)

Rohrerbot said...

This is terrible to say, but I think I would hop the fence looking for owls and other critters around these places. That barn looks like a place that has the above mentioned:)

Michelle said...

Just one barn, is just enough.

Martha Z said...

I would imagine you have no problem finding barns in your part of the world

Barb said...

And flanked by two perfect little trees!

Gillian Olson said...

Interesting barn, but I think the starts are the trees and that very interesting section of fence; great capture.

Michael Manning said...

By the sheer number of comments here, I see that the photo has really struck the imagination of so many like myself. One can't help but wonder about the history of such a barn. Nice to ponder!

SouthCoast Guy said...

really like that fence!

Angela said...

Beautiful farm! Love the little barn too!

Elaine said...

Cute little barn! You have so many interesting fences in your neck of the woods. Funny how they have that one section of ornate fence thrown in with the plain-Jane.

rkbsnana said...

Hmmm. Cool barn. What's up with the decorative portion of fencing?

Michaele said...

This barn would be a perfect size for my goats : ) I like it!

Nancy said...

That's a fancy gate or section of fence, not sure which, for such a humble run in........wonder who might have occupied this pasture in the past...ummmm

Marie said...

Very nice, Teresa! And ooh, look at that section of fence!

Mama Zen said...

Hey, I want a look at that fence!

Kathy said...

This is a great representative for our area! I've had trouble getting to comments sections today on blogger!

Susan said...

Cute little barn. Looks so small in all that flat land!

Bernadine said...

You come across so many charming barns and sheds. I'm struggling to find one shed someone wants to get rid of so I can turn it into a walk-in chicken coop! Thanks for your blog.

Barbara said...

It's in good shape! Love the stripe of rust on the back.

Lisa said...

That fence is beautiful. Lovely shots

Ms. Becky said...

I love the shed, but I really like that iron fence too. happy day to you TWG.

Carletta said...

Charming little barn and blue railing and at first glance I thought that iron fencing was part of an old iron bed. But, it too is charming and I want it. :)

Linda R said...

Such nice photos.. If I were to take a country drive you would see photos of dirt and cactus.. Not so pretty!

SquirrelQueen said...

That is a very charming little barn but it looks so lonely. It looks like someone had a little section of wrought iron fence left over from another project. Are those insulators on the right hand side?

Faye said...

A run-in shed? What an apt description for this little building. I imagine it's used for just that--a handy little barn out away from the main ranch buildings where you can "run-in" and get what's needed without making the long trip back to "base"?

Linda said...

Nice barn...but my eye was immediately drawn to the fancy fencing! Interesting section there!

Genie said...

The first thing that caught my eye was the fencing....amazing. Just a wee bit and that was that. Cannot figure that one out. The barn is sweet, and I like the way you captured it from different points of view view. genie

pattisjarrett said...

Just one?? :) I saw some interesting barns on our weekend trip. (Amazing what one sees traveling in daylight). Hubby isn't trained well at all to be a photographer's chauffeur. I see I'm not the only commenter whose eye was caught by that section of fence.

Ruta said...

Cool fencing!!

Linnea said...

That one may be smallish but it looks right at home between the two big trees! Thanks for checking mine out.

Pat Tillett said...

It looks kind of lonely all out there on it's own.

shutterbuggbitten said...

That's a neat little barn~no muss and no frills, but I bet it gets the job done.

gowestferalwoman said...

OOO, i love the look of the fence - esp. the 1800's spikes!

Beth said...

what a great view. i will be linking up next week. missed out due to being in disney world. but you knew that. thanks, for stopping by. take care. big hugs. (:

LB @ Bullets And Biscuits said...

Tin roof....RUSTED!

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