Monday, April 2, 2012

Texas Barnage and Fencery

Linking to Barn Charm

104 comments:

Nancy Claeys said...

A 2-fer-one! Love it. :)

Linda McCane said...

Very nice feeling to that little section of heaven! (And, last week I gave credit to Tricia over at Barn Charm for the phrase "barnage and fencery" and she corrected me - said it was yours - so apologies for the omission!)

Margaret said...

Gravel roads... I just love how they sound under the car tires (grew up with one) but they are dusty and messy... :)

Happier Than a Pig in Mud said...

Reminds me of a lazy Sunday:@)

Tiago Braga said...

great shoot, lovely place!

Jill said...

Love the meandering dirt road.

Lynne said...

Tick Tack Toe look . . .

sweetdaysundertheoaks said...

Looks familiar(we have them like that here too) in its charm Tex! Sweet little barn with a neat shaped roof. All it needs is some cows :) I love the wonky fence escorting me up the gravel road!

Sandra said...

like the barn, LOVE the new words in the post title...

Buttons said...

I am always amazed at all the different styles of barns in your neck of the woods. Tex. B

Catherine said...

So much pretty green grass around that fence and barn! I want some! :)
xo Catherine

Lisa @ Two Bears Farm said...

That's a lot of interesting fenceline!

Dianne said...

I love the rusty roof
and the grass growing between where cars drive, I love those driveways

Carole M. said...

a lovely rustic barn

Pam said...

I have always loved antiques and old things, and the older I get the more I appreciate them.
Beautiful shot, Theresa.

Have a happy day,
cheers :)

Madge Bloom said...

It looks really dry there already... love that shot :-)

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

I love the rustic charm of old barns with metal/tin roofs.

DJan said...

Looks old and deserted to me...

Sharon said...

Looks like spring!

Shaun_ShutterBug said...

Barnage and fencery. Almost sounds like a roiteous act.
Good work
Shaun
Valleys ShutterBug

Betty Manousos@ CUT and DRY said...

loved seeing so much grass.
love the old barn.

xo

Karen said...
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Karen said...

Pure rurality!

Mom of M&Ms said...

beautifully shot!!!

Judy said...

Now that has a country feel to it.

parker said...

I can see at one time the barn had a nice set of corrals connected to it.

Tricia @ Bluff Area Daily said...

Oh great barnage this week, T, beautiful red & love all the fencery, too... what's not to love

Thanks a million for joining & sending others, too =)

MTWaggin said...

Looks alot like the barnage and fencing around parts up here too (only right now not nearly as green).

wildlifewatcher said...

Hi TexWisGirl, At times, I really wish I had such a barn. Have a wonderful day!

Tracy said...

I love the fact that they are all unique fences but that they all intertwine! lovely!

Texan said...

Nice pic :O)

Faye said...

Does the slant in that fence serve a purpose--or just a matter of time and weathering? A perfect sky background for TX barnage and fencery.

quies said...

Lovely place.
I love those gravel roads.

Happy Easter!

bailey-road.com said...

I like the slanted fence.

Patty Woodland said...

So many barns, so little time

Grandma Barb's This and That said...

One barnage and 3 types of fencery in one shot. Good job!

don said...

A fine barn and fences shot! Nice to have one photo cover both so well. Nice shooting!

Jenn Jilks said...

Something special about old barns, and new squirrels (AKA tree rats!).

Happy Birthday Boys!

Sylvia K said...

Great collection in one shot! Enjoy your day!

Sinbad and I on the Loose said...

Poor Texas. I am beginning to feel sorry for her as her barns are no match for those in other parts of the country.

Farm Girl said...

There is a barn next door that I keep staring at and wondering if I should take a picture of it. It looks like that one minus the red paint.

Inger said...

I love that road. And the rest too, but the road is special.

Tanna at The Brick Street Bungalow said...

I feel at home now... seeing the barnage and fencery. ;) blessings ~ Tanna

Rita said...

That fence is leaning quite a bit. Always love red on barns. :)

Michelle Renee said...

I love how you captured this with the road leading into the picture.

Some of my photos made me think of you, so I linked to you today.

Eva Ason said...

I love this road, looks like it's way out in the country side, my type of place. Nice capture of the barn and the fencing.

Breathtaking said...

I like the shape of the roof,- it
probably has a name but I'm not
familiar with it.

Andrew said...

Wonderful to see... it could be just up the road from me..

Betsy from Tennessee said...

Nancy is right: 2-fer-one!!!! Love both the barn and the fences.... GREAT!!!

Hugs,
Betsy

Sallie (FullTime-Life) said...

Your barnage and fencery shots (and I love those words)always somehow show how very spacious your corner of the world is!

Wayne (Woody), whatever said...

The gravel road makes this photo. It gives a rustic and 'real' feeling.

Donna OShaughnessy said...

17 years ago my husband painstakingly took apart an old barn no longer safe to use. He then REBUILT it board by board, covering it with new red steel. Barns always mean love to me

FOREST SNAPPER said...

I bet it gets realy hot in that tin barn when the sun shines....sorry ,i just read about your black barn cat,animals realy grow on you ...so sad.


Peter

Rohrerbot said...

I wonder if the roof leaks:) That's my first thought.

Pat Tillett said...

"Barnage and Fencery!"
Love the title and the photo!

Mary Howell Cromer said...

Nice & Yep, that is a barn and fencery...I really like that word...fencery;) Is that really a word? Hmmm, I had only heard you ever use it and it grows on you...rather me too;)

Bob Bushell said...

Nice barn so it is.

barbara l. hale said...

You've got it all in that pic!

EG CameraGirl said...

It interests me that barns are so low there. They must be very hot inside.

Montanagirl said...

That's great! Love your barns and fences. How far do you have to travel to find all these?

Candy C. said...

Very nice Texas barn and I love the leaning fence! :)

pattisjarrett said...

I love the word barnage! :)

Giga said...

Jeśli jest potrzebna właścicielom, to niech ma nawet zardzewiały dach.Pozdrawiam.*** If you need the owners, let it even has a rusty roof. Yours.

Julie G. said...

A beautiful country sight!

James said...

Another old beauty.

Nancy said...

Barns and fences, girl you got them covered....

Diane AZ said...

Rustic and charming, love your title too! :)

Debbie said...

oh don't you just love those funny ole' driveways!!

nice barn, nice rusty roof but i am surprised you did not use this for friday fences!!

maybe we will be seeing it again...

Gillian Olson said...

Great I see you managed to get 2 barns and several fences in this one.

Mariette VandenMunckhof-Vedder said...

Dearest Theresa,
Love that title: 'Texas Barnage and Fencery'! Your photos are always great; they tell a few pages of text on their own.
Love to you,
Mariette

Betty Roan said...

Cool barn, and you get fences, too. A bargain, 2 for the price of 1.

wayside wanderer said...

Purty!

Genie said...

I wish the road down to our house and barns looked like this one. We are full of potholes...it is bumpy and a mess. I have got to get a couple of loads of gravel this summer. We have NO fences anymore. These are interesting. Two different ones serving different purposes. Nice red barn in the front, but I think I see another smaller one in the back. genie

Larry Howard said...

You have great animal pictures and a good look'in country place. I enjoyed cruising through your blog. Stop by and check out Texas Red Dog Adventures, I think you might enjoy the stories. God Bless you. Larry

A Quiet Corner said...

These awesome barns are everywhere down there!!!...:)JP

Rose said...

I like your low-slung barns and love all the fencing.

Larry Ostby said...

Rust on the roof... That's called well seasoned. I like it. ;)

Barb said...

Makes me think of dust and hard work.

Tammy said...

That is quite a hodge-podge of fencery!

Jan n Jer said...

Wow...love it!

Michaele said...

Or barnery and fencage? (spell check is arguing that these are real words)

latebloomerbuds said...

Okay T, you can join Pix and me as we too make up words and, for me, I call it Margieze. What shall we call yours? xx, Margie

Randy said...

Comfy looking place.

Kathy said...

With those fences I'm thinking this might be a horse barn. I'm late making the rounds today! But tomorrow is going to be worse!

Michelle said...

Rusty perfection.

Veronica said...

Hello...love how you included the dirt road!

CameraCruise said...

Great shot, this could be just up the road from where I live.

edenhills said...

Love the isolated feel of the place.

Angela said...

I just love old barns!

Charlotte said...

Love the picture and the white dirt road along the fence and up to the barn.

rainfield61 said...

Road to the barn.

Road to old, and rusty, but lovely barn.

de engineur said...

Beautifully composed barn capture.

I found your blog through rainfield61 and am now your 744th follower.

Carletta said...

And it all looks pretty good under that lovely sky!
Somebody mentioned the gravel road - just like my driveway. I like the crunch too. :)

Linda R said...

Nice barn but that fence looks like it needs a little work..

Cheryl @ The Farmer's Daughter said...

I love your short (or should I say low-slung) Texas barns, especially the red ones! The fencing is cool, too.

Cindy said...

Funny how some things catch your eye more than others, I guess I'm a rust girl, lol. Sure is a nice barn pic

Beth said...

wow, great shot. (:

Joe Todd said...

I wonder if there are any varmints in the barn LOL.

heyBJK said...

Nice! I like the roof on that one. And the rust adds even more character.

Elaine said...

Nice barn but even nicer fences.

Nancy said...

I do believe this rustic red barn is at the end of what midwesterners call "a lane". Yup. It's a lane alright.

georgettesullins said...

So much in this picture. It was fun taking the road leading in getting a peek.

Liz said...

I took a trip out to the country yesterday with my husband and found myself using your words - "barnage" & "fencery"!!! There was a wonderful array of barnage all in one place... I'm looking forward to sharing it :)

Carole said...

Very nice barn shot. :-)

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