52 sundays, november 6, 2011

October came and went and here we are, November 6th already; things have been a bit crazy around here the last couple of weeks and my apologies for posting our October Barn winner late . . . but wow . . . a stunning photo don’t you think? Congrats to Tanya for this beautiful capture!

And look at these beautiful barns . . . I love every single one of them!

I love the way this barn sits on a bit of a hill . . . and isn’t that stone wall something?!

There is something about the roof on this barn that just makes me smile . . . and you know what else makes me smile? The extra hour added to our day – WOO!!

Enjoy your Sunday!

 

13 Comments

  1. I have seen more barns on your blog in the last 6 months than I even knew existed in the world. I guess that makes me a city boy. GREG

  2. How lovely! I adore pictures of fall…truly my favorite season. I hope you and your sweet family are doing well!

  3. oooh, how lovely (and are those round lumps in the first one rocks or mushrooms?!) Old barns are so wonderfully atmospheric!

  4. These barns are lovely! I especially love that first one, WOW! Takes my breath away!

  5. I adore all of these pictures… barns are such a wonderful thing to capture and these are all lovely.

  6. I love this photo series that you’re doing so much. This first photo took my breath away when your website loaded onto my screen. I’ve been thinking about you a lot lately and sending all good wishes and prayers to you and your family. xo

  7. That first photo is a gem, Debra. Tanya caught it perfectly. I’m loving this series on barns.

  8. Love them ALL! I’m a barn freak though. Even bought a nice coffee table book with just barn pics.

  9. Debra, you share the same love of barns that my wife does. We’re lucky that we see gorgeous, rustic and weathered barns every time we go for a drive. And she always points them out. Love these barns!! Really says something about our history.

  10. Such wonderful series I am enjoying it so. So refershing and hopeful! All clicks are so beautiful I would find it so hard to hard to choose one that I most like. Must be quite a task though so much fun!

  11. Old barns are my favorite things in the world. It’s the Little House on the Prairie in me. Nothing gets me to pull over quicker and I can’t wait to have a house covered with salvage someday. I love these pics!!

  12. I love the barns, I really do…but I forgot about the extra hour. Now I love you.

  13. Those pics are absolutely gorgeous. I love the first one especially… what a fantastic capture!

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