Monday, May 14, 2012

Three barns in a row







Linking to Barn Charm

110 comments:

Comment1 said...

Looks like a miniature history of barn architecture!

Nancy said...

Love the roof on the middle one -- reminds me of our Midwest barns. :)

Linda said...

Love that 2nd one - I have seen lots of them here on the east coast!

Tanna at The Brick Street Bungalow said...

All nice ones in a row!!

subbu said...

They are wonderful and looks so modern Barns! Nice capture

Fjällripan said...

Nice serie of the three different types of barns :)

Maple Lane said...

Beautiful barns..we just don't have many barns here in the northern part of GA.

Arija said...

Great, I rally like the Cape Cod style one.

Lisa @ Two Bears Farm said...

3 in a row - nice!

Coloring Outside the Lines said...

Wow- three! That first one looks like it has a TV antenna on it.
Great shots!

JM said...

I like the bottom shot with the fence in the foreground.

rkbsnana said...

That is what I call green pastures. Oh wait you were showing the barns.

Tanya said...

i love that last shot with the rusty fence!

Jenny Schouten Short said...

Great to see everything still so green in Texas! I hear it has been hot. I used to paint those barns. Now I paint Dutch ones. xo Jenny

Sall's Country Life said...

Papa, Mama, and baby barn?

Lynne said...

One Two Three . . . Silver Tops . . .

Sandra said...

makes me thing of Goldilocks and the three barns, one little barn, one mama barn and one very big papa barn.

Rain said...

Barns with coffee in the morning-perfect start to the day!!
~~Rain

Betty Roan said...

The middle one looks like some around here. Like seeing the green. We had a mild winter, maybe you will have a mild summer with lots of rain. Fingers crossed.

Fotokarusellen said...

Really a lot of great shots since last visit. Well done my fiend.

Hugs from Norway.

DJan said...

I looked at these and thought to myself, "oh Barn it!" Hahaha, I couldn't resist. :-)

Madge Bloom said...

Low and lean, my first thought... looks SO green! Love that!

Denise said...

These are such beautiful rural scenes. I absolutely love the countryside.

Daryl Edelstein said...

a 3 barn farm .. impressive

Kathy said...

The second and third of the trio are quite large for this area. Nice catch.

Catherine said...

Fun!
xo Catherine

NitWit1 said...

Nice to be able to get multiple photos a single setting--kinda like a gold mine to us photoshooters.

Montanagirl said...

Love the three barns - the distant shot and each one zoomed in. Nice!

Jan n Jer said...

What a bonus...nice pics! BTW so sorry for the messed up linky on FF. I was away without my computer n couldn't fix it! :)

heyBJK said...

That's cool! And each one is different which makes it even more interesting. Nice roof line on the center barn!

Mike said...

What a deal.
Three barns on a hill.

Pix at Under the Oaks said...

Tex those look like Missouri!

Julie G. said...

A beautiful country sight! My favorite is the middle barn.

Lois Evensen said...

It's cool to get them all together. :)

Janet said...

Sure is green and grassy in your part of Texas. It's a bit weedy here, but I've got bits of grass returning.

Betsy from Tennessee said...

Hi There, I'm trying to begin catching up -after being gone for a week.

Great barns, Theresa. I like seeing all of the different kinds...

Hope you are doing fine.
Hugs,
Betsy

黄清华 Wong Ching Wah said...

Three in a row !

Chatty Crone said...

Now that has to be a record or something. sandie

Grandma Barb's This and That said...

Three barns and a fence. Can't beat that. I love the last one!

bailey-road.com said...

Nice barns. I love your big sky and wide-open spaces!

V.L. Locey said...

What lovely barns!

Sonya @ Under the Desert Sky said...

Great barns, all of them! But I agree with Nancy, I really like the middle one.

Sylvia K said...

Great barns and I do love your beautiful skies!!

EG CameraGirl said...

The wjite/silver is lovely amidst all that green. Sure looks different from they fays of your drought!

RoeH said...

Love these photos. Texas must be so pretty. I just zoomed through on the panhandle once. :(

Debbie said...

very cool...three in a row, all different, all amazing in their own way. i really like the middle one, it has a wonderful shape.

the window situation stood out to me. only one barn, had one window. the barns around here have windows! perhaps our barns are newer.

giving up three in one post, you must have an arsenal!!

Patty Woodland said...

That's a lot of barn

ladyfi said...

So near each other and so very different. Cool pics!

Sinbad and I on the Loose said...

I'll take what's behind barn number one.

Wayne (Woody), whatever said...

For some reason, Goldilocks and the 3 bears comes to mind ...

One of them has TV? Livin' large livestock!

Susan said...

Love how you've framed the first photo with the tree to the left. The three different barns complete such a lovely scene.

Robin said...

T, a nice array of barns. Everything there is so nice and green! Great to see!

Abhinav said...

That's interesting! The third barn is very nice.

Genie said...

Horses-fences-birds-ponds-barns....girl, you have them all right there. Maybe I need to move to Terxas :-) Your barns this week are really impressive. The captures are so clear and all the barns appear to be in great shape. You really gave us a bunch w=this wee. Thanks for the comment. I think I am caught in what I call the mundane...I love it, and I am having lots of fun with the black and white course. I am SOSOSO sore, still. Not until I went to put on my watch yesterday did I see the crystal was shatter and watch broken. * bucks from Target so nothing lost. I fall a lot because of being so off balance from the scholiosis, but that flop was one due to looking at the wrong place. Happy Week. genie

Karen said...

Sorta like the three little pigs houses, 'cept they are all made from tin.

pattisjarrett said...

I can't help but notice how green everything is this year.
Three barns for one photo! You hit the jackpot!

Maura @ Lilac Lane Cottage said...

Great photo's....my favorite barn is the one in the middle. It seems like sometimes you just can't have enough buildings when you live in the country. They all come in handy! Hope your day is a good one down there in Texas.
Maura :)

~Kim at Golden Pines~ said...

More views I could just sit and look at all day!!!

CameraCruise said...

Great shots, love the last.

Andrew said...

Wonderful to see..

Bob Bushell said...

Nice one or should I have said, nice three.

Jill said...

A triple treat!

It's me said...

Great !!...lovely week darling....xxx..

Betty Manousos said...

great barn showing!

xoxo

quies said...

Delicate fields of green.
Nice barns as well.

georgettesullins said...

Three barns in a row. Just think of all they can hold and store up.

Sally said...

I always love seeing the barns! Nice photo's. :)

Susan said...

3 little barns all in a row, Great Shots!!!!!

BlueShell said...

Indeed! Three..there they are...and there's every thong so green...fabulous....
Kisses!

SweetMarie said...

Super pics! Love the last one with the rusty fence! The green grass looks so lush!

Ellie said...

I love your big wide open spaces of land. The grass is looking great by the way.

Ruta said...

Great barns...however the lush green fields are what caught my eye!

Shaun_ShutterBug said...

as i am not from the USA i dont know, but is it not strange to see so many barns lined up?
or am i just plain crazy?

Shaun Valleys ShutterBug

Margie said...

A three-fer!

Gillian Olson said...

Wow, three in one shot, my favorite is the middle one.

Dianne said...

I love the middle one too

Candy C. said...

Lots of tin on those barns, guess there's no problem with termites that way! LOL!!

Donna said...

I just love barns! Thanks for sharing!

wildlifewatcher said...

Hi TexWisGirl, I like the Gambrel style of barn. Big roomy and can be used for many different ranch or farm tasks. Animals, shop, garage, storage and much more. Excellent pictures of neat barns. Have a nice day tomorrow!

eileeninmd said...

Great find three barns in row. Wonderful capture.

Carletta said...

All that green grass and blue sky -a lovely canvas the barns are parked on. :)
Great shots!

A Quiet Corner said...

Gosh, Texas is big!...:)JP

Farm Girl said...

it looks like a book I used to read my kids, big, bigger and biggest.

Nancy said...

I say they are doing some serious farming around there, don't you think.....all three are so different.....

Elaine said...

All in a row and all different, and set in the middle of that green, green grass. Nice!

Jenn Jilks said...

What fun! Three in a row!
Greetings from Cottage Country!

SouthCoast Guy said...

it looks nice and green out there...i hope you guys have a plenty of rain this year

Michelle said...

Love that last shot looking over the fence!

Linda said...

The hip-roof barn is my favorite. It's just so traditional. That last shot, with the fence, is great.

Diane said...

I love driving by beautiful barns and wonder what is inside them! Diane

Evelyn S. said...

Every time I see your photos of a landscape...with or without a barn...I am always amazed at the lack of hills or mountains. They are such a "given" around here. Great series of barns!

shutterbuggbitten said...

Just love the shape of the barn in the third picture!

Linda R said...

Hummm... Which one do I like... Decisions. Decisions. I have to say I like them all!!

Faye said...

First time to participate in Barn Charm and why am I not surprised that you have as many different varieties of barns in TX as you do fences. :-) All very functional in different ways. And GREEN fields--that's very good, isn't it?

Randy said...

I think they need a touch of color.

Larry Ostby said...

They are all great but I believe the center one is my favorite.

barbara l. hale said...

These barns have a real utilitarian look about them. I like that.

Jo's World said...

The third one down looks kind of like our barns up here do. Only ours are taller with a good sized hay mow in it and painted Barn RED and white trim.

Cheers,
Jo

Rohrerbot said...

Cloud barns....they look like a mirage on the horizon.

Cheryl @ The Farmer's Daughter said...

These could easily be seen here in Missouri, especially that largest barn. Nice shots!

Lindsjö taxar said...

Nice pictures! Our barns look very different from yours.

JDS said...

Nice pictures. I especially like the barn all the way on the left. It has the kind of old weathered look I appreciate.

Liz said...

I love the second one!

Keetha Broyles said...

I notice all three of those are sided with metal and none of them have any windows open. Can you just IMAGINE how hot they would be on the INSIDE out there under your Texas sun????

Tricia @ Bluff Area Daily said...

I feel like that title could be a segue into something having to do w/ the 3 lil pigs, somehow. heheheee LoL

Cool barns, esp the middle one, love the shape of it, & love all that white! I'm on a white kick, right now, of wanting everything white... bright, blinding white! Love it! =)

Thank you for joining, TWG! =)

Jeevan said...

They are simple and neat looking barns! Nice capture

Pat Tillett said...

It's a barn extravaganza! Three barns, all different styles...

Charade said...

I wonder what purpose the barn on the far right serves? It's huge and well-ventilated, but very little light.

laurak@forestwalkart said...

i wonder what's in all those barns?

i like the middle one...with that sloping kind of roof...would make a cool house. i could live in a barn...easy.

Rose said...

Love the last shot with the fence in the foreground.

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