Again, the skies are incredible!
Blue skies and white snow make for stunning backdrops for these old barns. I loved seeing these old barns.
Quiet, yes I know how that can be , and when you come in the door from outside, so still. Thoughts with you. The roof, maybe to let strong smells out without snow or rain coming in. Your photos are stunning, and wonderful camera settings to get those colours so true.
Love all those wintery scenes.
I love barn pictures and even more so in the snow.Beautiful photos. Hope your eye is improving!!
I had to squint to find the horse. The blaze on it's face looked like snow at first glance. - Margy
Good to hear that your vision is improving. Barns are so photogenic. The clerestory roof was probably to vent the heat that builds up in stored hay if the hay's not absolutely dry when it's stored; whether it was needed or not, or really of any benefit, is another question.
Love the old barns, look so barren in the winter.
HI Furry....Always enjoy your barn pictures...I take a lot thru the window in our drive to the cottage....Sorry about your Dog Roxie....it can't be easy...🙁Cheers!Linda :o)
That first barn is quite unusual.
Lovely photos .I am soo sorry for your loss of Roxie I had no idea as I didn't see your Thursday post . Glad your eye is doing well and getting better . I noticed your followers are missing from your side bar to it is there just cant see it same here oh well blogger and google must be doing something . Thanks for sharing , again sorry for your loss .
Beautiful photos! I love how the barns, trees and fences stand out against the snow and blue sky. I'm glad your eye is improving.
Great wintery shots with all kinds of barns. And no, I didn't see the horse the first time. So glad to hear you're gradually getting better. :-)
I love your photos...I could look at photos like this all day.
Nice barns. So beautiful in the snow. Last ones a little sad.MB
The blues and whites in those first three shots are magnificent. I especially love the folds of snow along the bottom edge of the 3rd one. Very nice barn with the horse in the doorway. Brought back memories of Sam, a horse I kept for the last 8 years of his life. He was a thoroughbred and had been raced - a miserable existence, but at least he lived out the last years of his life in better circumstances. Boarded him at a wonderful barn in Ste. Agathe des Monts (Laurentian mountains of Quebec). Beautiful spot at the top of a golf course.