An Unpainted Barn


Around these parts barns are either black, or they remain unpainted.  Tom has some great red ones featured today.  



Linking up with The Barn Collective.  



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  1. A pretty scene!
    Have a great day!
    Lea

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  2. Lovely shot with animals in the background. Excellent. Barns here are many colors and sometimes one barn is many colors---LOL
    MB

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  3. The beauty looks great without makeup! Thanks Michelle for sharing this simple barn and silo, please stop back again.

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  4. Love this barn!
    Have a happy summerday...
    Titti

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  5. OK, you need to explain the black barn thing. I've never seen a black one! Ours here are mostly barn red, unpainted or an assortment of other colors. Ours is barn red with white trim. ((hugs)), Teresa :-)

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  6. Great barn and surrounds, looks peaceful.

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  7. I thought they only came in red--or weathered gray. Pretty!

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  8. i love your kentucky barns...and fences, too.

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  9. i like the weatherd wood look too.

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  10. I wonder if these barns are in use.
    When ever I see barns like these, I am reminded of the comic book I read where Cobra, the arch enemy of "Mandrake the Magician" had his hide out in a place like this.

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  11. I LOVE unpainted barns. A very old one has just been taken down to be rebuilt somewhere else and I have scavenged for good leftover pieces to use with my art. I always like seeing the ones like this with the silo beside it. genie

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  12. Barns tell so many stories! Have a lovely week.

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  13. Growing up in the midwest, most barns were red. Some were white and some were unpainted. Unpainted was a sign, I think, of dereliction and midwesterners had a hard time with that. :) Nice shot.

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  14. Hello, I beginning to think I like all the colored barns. At first it was red but this barn scene is pretty, great shot.
    Happy Monday, enjoy your new week ahead!

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  15. picture perfect...like a postcard!!!

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  16. I love the natural, rustic ones. They have such history...if only they could tell their stories. But, at least you help them by sharing them. Thank you for that! Hugs.

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  17. For me this barns are new :-)

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  18. Really? More barns are red in New England. At the time many were built, iron was plentiful and the rust mixed with linseed oil (sometimes also including blood and milk) made a good red stain.

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