Old wood from barns is very much in demand, and has a lot of character. Richard
Oh cool old barn! I want to explore too!
love...love...love those photos...
i love this post!
I love any kind of blog post that includes some form or feeling of nostalgia. Thanks!
Fascinating all right. Unfortunately there are way too many abandoned farm sites around here...
What wonderful pictures! Brings back wonderful memories. I've just stumbled on to your blog... now I'm following you. Keep up the good work.
Fantastic old barn photos, Michelle! Love your posts! I started with a nuc (bee hive) this April and really need to be getting supers on them, but my neck has been out of whack lately so I am behind in so much here. But they are flying good and have seen them on the front of the hive like your photo when its been hot.
Very interesting! Enjoying your posts!
What a great old barn!!! You've reminded me of some pictures I took in the barn at home many years ago. I think I'm gonna dig those out and scan them into the computer when I get home.No barns at all around where I live now.
Beautiful photos! I love how you've captured how organic the barn is!
Simply FANTASTIC! Barns are unique as they come in so many designs and uses. From holding implements to the harvest as well as the use of the outside for advertising.
love these! :)
Love these shots!!! The first one is my favorite, a person could never get that aged look with any technique..only time can paint with that brush, xo
I love old barns!
Great evocative photos! I spent time in old barns as a kid in Oklahoma and love the memories of climbing the hay bale mountains in the lofts and the rope swings up there.. the dust.. the cousins... ((hugs)), Teresa :-)
As always, nice pictures!!
Wonderful old barn! Great photos!Lindahttp://coloradofarmlife.wordpress.com http://deltacountyhistoricalsociety.wordpress.com
Sigh, you're making me want to sleep on hay...
Love the close-ups of the barn's features.
Speaking of a dedicated life.Please have a good new month you all.
hey, what great shots ... i love the hay view & up close nail barn shot. on a side note ... thank you for recommending the book "a discovery of witches" deborah harkness" just started it last night & i'm loving it so. looks like it will be a great trilogy. big hugs. (:
Great photos of all the barn details. Love the old jar lights. Barns have such ambience, quiet and dark with the wonderful scent of hay and livestock. A cool place on a hot day. xx
You have a great eye, Michelle, and a steady hand.
Beautiful post. Nice to have a peak inside a barn too.
I usually see these at night, but only in horror movies...
Interesting jars covering the lightbulbs. I like this essay.
It's my dream to convert an old barn into a house. Unfortunately, my husband's dream is to not convert an old barn into a house.
Very good -- nice images -- barbara
Yep, all that and a lot of memories. Sure took me back many years to simple summer fun.
Wonderful post, never seen Barns from the inside. Loved it, the first shot is just gorgeous.Have a Nice day :)
Neat photos and unique post idea.Darryl and Ruth : )
Great shots. Thanks for the tour.
Beautiful photos! I love what you find.
Beautiful! My husband and I just came back from a two week drive/visit to Colorado. We saw so many wonderful barns along the way and I wished I could go inside each one.
LOVE it!! old houses, old barns...old anything!