Sunday, October 3, 2010

The Perfect Barn



























Beyond eternity love remained yet the same. Rumors had it that you can share it only as you feel and at no obligation to feel it as someone else does, but yet if you do love it remains the same, caring, nurturing, compassion carried on for centuries.





























12 comments:

  1. Wonderful collection of barn photos. I love them all. Although, even though the newer ones are nice I think that the older, more rustic ones have more appeal for me.

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  2. I like your barn photos. In my youth (I am now 75+) there were barns everywhere. Now, at this age, they are almost gone. Many were taken apart, piece by piece, and the timbers used for mantels and other things. I see them coming down but seldom see a new one going up.

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  3. Oh wow, what a bunch of great shots! You are so talented!

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  4. I love your photo essay of barns. Great job!

    Jane

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  5. I always have loved the older barns. The second from the last reminds me of our barn on the tobacco farm.

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  6. ...I really enjoyed this post because I love barns...any kind, and you have every kind covered here! Beautiful!!

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  7. where are the people? Looks eerie, just like in a horror movie :) Yeah, i like the older looking barns too.

    Have a great week ahead!

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  8. Beautiful old and new barns.
    Have a great week.
    Costas

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  9. http://www.iowabarnfoundation.org/
    A fun site to explore when traveling the state along with a few photos. Sad to see them leave this world, many you see here are over 80.I enjoy going in them and as a kid played hard when we had a chance.

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  10. OK, OK! I'm yours! I loved these! I have so many good memories of playing in our barn as a kid. I knew every nook and cranny of it.

    Gorgeous pictures! My favorite is the large white barn. (Seventh from the end.)

    You've made me very happy this morning! I just want to stay here and look at these pictures over and over again.

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  11. I love old barns too and spent a lot of time in them and growing upon the prairies in Canada so I appreciate the photos

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  12. What an awesome collection of barns! I would frame these and put them about the house.

    I've lived in Lincoln all my life. My dad had uncles who farmed in Iowa. I remember singing to their cows, and they'd come up to the fence. My mom had an uncle who farmed in Minnesota. He raised honey bees and sold lots of honey to Sioux Bee, or one of those companies. I remember my dad helping to extract honey from the frames into big barrels.

    I used to tell people I wish I'd grown up on a farm, but I wonder if I really would have liked the work it could have entailed. Have you lived on farms?

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