Wednesday, April 15, 2009

Barn views

I was walking a city trail whenI spotted this barn. As many times as I ahve walked that part of the trail, I hadn't noticedit. This time I took photos until it was out of sight. Ü I like old red barns.



4 comments:

Malyss said...

THIS KIND OF RED BARN IS SOMETHING REALLY VERY AMERICAN; OURS ARE COMPLETELY DIFFERENT.

Katney said...

I am very fond of barns as well. I haven't been out barnstorming lately, though.

Love Bears All Things said...

I like barns too, especially red ones. They must have cleared the kudzu away from it and that's why you never noticed it before.
Mama Bear

RuneE said...

We also have red barns, but they look totally different - nice to see the difference, though I think this one might need some attention.

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