21 April 2010

Wordless Wednesday 75

Pennsylvania Outbuildings

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Beth F 4/21/10, 5:49 AM  

This was taken while on a drive last Saturday: It was rainy and snowy, but I was determined to get at least one outdoor shot. This is about 60 miles or so north from where I live.

Auntie E 4/21/10, 6:44 AM  

I heard they were turning some of those old Barns into Churches. That looks like one.

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heavenisabookstore 4/21/10, 6:48 AM  

That looks exactly like the puzzle we are currently putting together. lol

(Diane) Bibliophile By the Sea 4/21/10, 6:52 AM  

Lovely Beth...Amish country, I presume?

Wishing 4 One 4/21/10, 6:53 AM  

gorgeous. reminds me of some barns I've seen in upstate ny. happy ww.

Beth 4/21/10, 6:58 AM  

LOL--looks just like my inlaws barn! Well minus the garage in the background. Depending on which way you drove, you were probably pretty close to their house!

Sandy Nawrot 4/21/10, 7:14 AM  

I love red barns, they remind me of home! We had several once upon a time, but they are so old and keep falling down. We only have one left.

BK 4/21/10, 7:18 AM  

What a big building which simply dwarfs the side buildings.

caite 4/21/10, 8:06 AM  

they painted barns red for practical reason...but they look so pretty.

Secret Mom Thoughts 4/21/10, 8:38 AM  

Pretty building and nice shot.

Anonymous,  4/21/10, 8:54 AM  

Love this! I have a thing for barns & take pics of a lot of them. This one is gorgeous :-)

Karen Harrington 4/21/10, 8:56 AM  

So much charm in this picture. :)

Kaye 4/21/10, 9:04 AM  

Lovely photo . ..could almost be Vermont and anywhere else in New England. Makes me homesick.

Victoria 4/21/10, 9:17 AM  

Beautiful..wonderful shot!

Laura 4/21/10, 9:24 AM  

Perfect red barn! Great shot.

Carver 4/21/10, 9:29 AM  

That's such a beautiful and classic shot.

bermudaonion 4/21/10, 9:34 AM  

Last Saturday was snowy? Wow! That is some barn.

Kate/High Altitude Gardening 4/21/10, 9:45 AM  

Great photo, Beth. The window design on the gorgeous old barn is very cool. :) Happy WW!

Dorte H 4/21/10, 11:00 AM  

Oh, this one is absolutely wonderful! But couldn´t they remove that ugly thing in front of the barn?

Stan 4/21/10, 11:19 AM  

I love those old barns. There must be hundreds of them out here in the West. The collapsed ones are left to return to the earth. I'm convinced there is a law that says you can't haul off the bones.

Blessings Abound 4/21/10, 12:30 PM  

I love looking at old buildings and learning the history behind them. What a pretty barn! :)

Anonymous,  4/21/10, 1:40 PM  

Lovely photo.

Jena 4/21/10, 2:22 PM  

Very nice barn. There's a barn near my hometown that I always wanted to take pictures of. It's a rather narrow barn, with three or four levels to it. The property has a sad history, though.

Heather 4/21/10, 2:38 PM  

Pretty!!! I love the "windows" ;)

Kristi {at} Live and Love...Out Loud 4/21/10, 3:58 PM  

I love this photo! It reminds me of life in Brandenburg, KY. Boy how I miss it!
Thanks for stopping by and linking your post up over at my place. Have a great day!

Kristi, Live and Love...Out Loud

Robin M 4/21/10, 4:46 PM  

Neat, a barn that looks like a church. Nice picture.

Calico Crazy 4/21/10, 4:50 PM  

Great barn, we used to take vacations near an Amish community and I always loved the simplicity and beauty of their buildings.

Heather @ Marine Corps Nomads 4/21/10, 5:26 PM  

What a great barn (and photo). It looks so peaceful.

SuziQoregon 4/21/10, 5:56 PM  

Beautiful. It just looks peaceful and serene.

~Melody @ 6 Feet Over~ 4/21/10, 7:11 PM  

Wow, that's amazingly beautiful....and so is your header! I love it here. I feel so calm and peaceful all the sudden.

Thanks for stopping by my 1st WW!


nat @book, line, and sinker 4/21/10, 7:39 PM  

so pretty! nothing quiet as idyllic or pastoral as a barn in the countryside. we have a few of them here in new jersey but most non-natives can't imagine that! :)

it isn't all sopranos and pollution here in nj!!

enjoy your day!

Anonymous,  4/21/10, 8:05 PM  

I love barns! Maybe because I actually lived in one for a few years...

Belle 4/21/10, 9:47 PM  

Gorgeous picture - it makes me want to see the inside!

kayerj 4/22/10, 12:41 AM  

looks like it belongs in a frame--nice job.

Robin 4/22/10, 3:01 AM  

What an amazing barn - I LOVE the windows!

Beth Kephart 4/22/10, 6:32 AM  

gorgeous, like a barn church.

Booklover 4/22/10, 6:54 AM  


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Dianne - Bunny Trails 4/22/10, 1:08 PM  

What a cool shot! It looks so serene and lovely there.

Becca 4/23/10, 3:13 AM  

Really beautiful!

Michelle 4/23/10, 6:00 PM  

I was going to ask if this was one you took out on your drive this past weekend, but your comment beat me to the punch. Beautiful picture :)

Alice 4/25/10, 6:37 AM  

This is a very pretty picture. I like!

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