Good for you two! Well done!
Wow, leaving the quilty stuff and out with you, that is a huge .. I was going to say sacrifice.. but on second thoughts... fun thing to do in winter. Certainly would warm up the circulation. I love the two seasons' photos of the same rolling hill.
I love old barns, and some good ones here! Some great old fences, too. Good for you with 10K steps... that's quite a distance!
The first photo is a really artistic rendering or the old barn.
I enjoyed seeing you wintry barn images. Something so cool about old buildings and old wood.
Wonderful images. I love the contrast of the snow and fences and barns.I'm back from my blog break - and working on getting a more regular routine of blogging again - and finally getting around to catching up on blog reading.
it is nice to have company on walks, each can inspire the other!! the barns are beautiful, i really liked the first one and the fence surrounding it!!and you still have snow, ours is all gone!!
Always a bit of sadness when I see barns like that in their final stages of collapse. Once proud buildings that have for many years served a number of useful purposes including shelter for animals and crops alike. I see in the farm fields a fair bit of snow has melted. Spring is just around the next half dozen corners................
Hello, it is great that both of you are out there doing your steps and walks. The barns and countryside are beautiful. Lovely series. Happy Sunday, enjoy your day and new week!
Great barn shots, feels like old times. And I'm so glad you are getting back into some walking, and even inspiring your partner! :-)
I love the comparison of seasons and those abandoned sheds were always interesting to us as kids. Now I wouldn't be so brave to go and investigate (but I'd love to!)nice job on the walking, you are putting me to shame!
I share your admiration for that first barn, it looks particularly good in the snow. I guess we'll see a lot more telephoto shots now you have a Sherpa to carry your equipment for you.
Nice barns in the snow. Don't have that privilege out here---maybe in February.MB
Wonderful wintery shots! That first barn reminds me somewhat of my cousin's barn. He just uses it for storage. Equipment and the cold storage are contained in a different building, and have been for many years.
Barnes have a tough life.
Congratulations on the steps and how nice that mrs fg walks with you too. I've asked Ken many times, but he always says no. Actually I'd rather walk by myself anyway. : )Nice collection of barn photos.
I really like that first fence