Wednesday, July 19, 2017

Some Of The Old And The New

New emergent
Old barns




Tractors Across America
A Texan
A Pirate
All proud to be part of this parade from yesteryear.

Compass Plant moves its leaves east to west each day.


Rattle Snake Master
Showy Milkweed
Butterfly Milkweed


15 comments:

  1. I like all these photos but especially the old barns, testaments to farm life.

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  2. Old and new for sure. Love the dragonfly with it's iridescent wings.

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  3. Love the barns. I like them all, old or new

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  4. There are so many of those broken-down barns and other out-buildings. They are picturesque in their own ways.

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  5. Beautiful photos! Thank you so much for sharing.

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  6. I love the barns; we just don't see the large barns here. The parade of tractors would be every young boy's dream. I always enjoy your variety of wildflowers, too.

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  7. I would enjoy watching the vintage tractor parade.

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  8. I like the barns and the tractors. I see barns in similar condition and wonder how long they've been there.

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  9. The barns are beautiful. We have a tractor group that tours the hills every summer. They don't set any speed records on their tour. Beautiful photos, as always.

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  10. Hi Steve - what a great range ... love the barns and those tractors would be such fun to see, especially for the littlies ... looks like a fair amount of water around - storms a-coming ... cheers Hilary

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  11. This is a great set of photos. I especially enjoy the barn shots and that beautiful sky image at the end.

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  12. Thanks for your visit to the grist mill and cabin blog post. You guys have a nice weekend.

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  13. Oh my gosh. That little blue tractor is something else.
    Stay cool.

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  14. Love the barns!! Those tractors are fun to see!

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