I've pulled together a few barns for today's post. Some quite interesting structures here, each with their own story. Hope you all had a good weekend.
A large busy active farm, and obviously the home of a quilter. I don't think I've shared this quilt barn before.
Another big active farm, probably a dairy farm by the look of those silos.
This on the other hand is a sad case. Every time I go by I wonder how long it will stand.
These two are taken while it was snowing, a fair ways northwest of here, down a rural road I rarely drive. A big barn!
This one was really interesting, with that clerestory roofline. Quite tricky to get a picture of too, with all the trees along the road.
A good example of forgetting my camera settings. Still had it set at a high ISO for indoor pictures. I adjusted it in Lightroom, but you still end up with that ridiculous turquoise sky.
I shared this barn in the fall. I saw them starting to work on it, and feared they were going to demolish it. So I drove in and asked the farmer if I could take a few photos.
Turned out the farmer has just bought this farm after it had sat vacant awhile, and they were starting work on it to house his cattle. Those cement pillars look a lot more secure than the flimsy cedar posts in the first photo!