Snowy Barn



A leftover picture of a snowy barn for today.  This week we are expecting spring-like temps and  severe thunderstorms.  Only in Kentucky can you have a snowstorm one week and a thunderstorm the next.  


The weather is a constant source of entertainment.  


Linking up with Tom today for The Barn Collective.  




Comments

  1. This looks like a painting on my computer screen! The weather has been up and down here in Canada too. Really weird!

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  2. Your photo is wonderful Michelle . . .
    Such a gentle, quiet scene . . .

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  3. Another beautiful snow scene Michelle!:)

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  4. Beautiful image! Don't forget to link!

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  5. I am glad you find the weather entertaining. Good way to look at it. Same here weather wise and I wonder what the 'norther' tomorrow will bring. Hopefully not the storms.

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  6. That picture needs to be framed and displayed somewhere.

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  7. At least your weather is veering towards Spring! And lilacs and snowdrops! ((hugs)), Teresa :-)

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  8. Only in Kentucky can you have a snowstorm one week and a thunderstorm the next...not true Michelle. The weather is screwy all over the place. Thanks for sharing and please come back with more soon.

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  9. we went from freezing to high 70s in a day here, too.

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  10. Such an idyllic view, Michelle ~ loving the snow / the shades of blue!
    Stay safe in the thunderstorm!!!

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  11. Isn't funny how wherever we live we say, "Only in..."?
    It's been unseasonably warm in upstate NY the past few weeks.
    I'm expecting a blizzard before too long, but then again we're supposed to have snow here.
    Your barn is gorgeous glazed with ice and snow.
    :0)

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  12. Look at that blanket of snow!!! Beautiful.

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  13. Oooh...that's such a beautiful picture of your snowy barn! Love it!

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  14. You should frame that one, Michelle!

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  15. Such a lovely picture, I love it...Blessings Francine.

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  16. Nice photo! We had snow, rain and a rainbow all within two days IN ALBERT yet!

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  17. Such a beautiful photograph. We say in Ohio, "If you don't like the weather, wait a few hours and it will change." I guess since Kentucky and Ohio share a border, the quick changes must happened to both states.
    Nancy. (ndmessier @ aol.com, joyforgrace.blogspot.com)

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  18. I like Mother Nature's work in the foreground.
    Same weather here in Southern Ontario.

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  19. A beautifully framed image.

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  20. Oh soooo pretty! Thanks for sharing. I found a link party for Sundays you might want to check out.
    I couldn't add the photo but the link is on my sidebar. She didn't have a button link. I'll have to work on it to get it on my blog. My computer is 'fussy'. Anyway check it out!
    Have a good week.

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  21. Strange weather events are always happening here in Texas........I actually have on shorts today and flip flops! Makes me want to get outside and start in my flower beds...just way too early! Beautiful Barn and I always enjoy seeing snow...

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  22. I like snow very much, from far away...

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  23. Oh my, the light, the soft winter colors, the natural frame, all perfection!!!!

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  24. this is a gorgeous photo, Michelle...you are so good at this.

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  25. It´s something special, something beautiful about this barn...a lovely picture Michelle!
    Have a happy week, take care.
    Titti

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  26. Winter really is a beautiful season, as your photo proves! Love how everything is 'sugar coated'!

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  27. How true about the quick changes in weather. Although we don't generally have snow storms here, our weather has gone from 31 degrees to a high of 80 in a couple of days. What a great snow photo !

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  28. This is exquisite. Your developing is out of this world. Wish I knew your recipe for getting to the end product. I am trying so hard to learn how to modify my photos. I used to be really good at it and then I could not used my computer for 3 years because of my back. During that time I forget how to do everything and it is not coming back to me. I am plugging away step by step trying to piece it back together in my mind. Sometimes I have some luck and other are real disasters. You definitely know what you are doing and it is lovely. Beautiful work.

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  29. Enjoyed the photos... I'm ready for Spring.. But we really have had NO Winter. Which means the bugs could be bad this year .

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  30. Wasn't the word "idyllic" invented for scenes like this?

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  31. What a beautiful winter scene!

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  32. That's a pretty good picture for a leftover.

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