Super, Slow Sunday



Just what makes this Sunday slower than the rest, you ask?  Well, for starters it is a cool 35 degrees outside this morning.  Throw in some light drizzle, and some reporting a bit of sleet/snow flurries, it's a stay in the farmhouse kind of day.  The wood stove is in operation and that makes for quiet reading and conversation with coffee.  

Heaven, I tell ya.  

This photo features some classic, black Kentucky barns.  In photos they appear so dark as to melt all details of their age.  Linking up with The Barn Collective today.  Pay Tom a visit, you won't be sorry.  



Comments

  1. Love your black barns down there.
    Freezing cold here. Brrrrr.

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  2. Sounds like my kind of day! This photo is superb - very well composed and features beautiful fall colors! Now, relax with some coffee and read a book.

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  3. I have not seen black barns before. Is that soybeans in the field?
    Have a wonderful day!

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  4. This is a day to stay under blanket with a cup of coffee

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  5. Hello, lovely farm scene and photo. Enjoy your slow Sunday, sounds nice and your deserve it.

    Have a happy day and week ahead.

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  6. Classic barn and silo right in front of a ready to harvest field
    MB

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  7. It is cool here too although not as cold as you have it! And our furnace wasn't working! The guy just left and we now have heat!!

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  8. Nice barn shot from your side of Kentucky. It's in the 30's here this morning in Western Kentucky. Have a great day.

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  9. Lovely image of the barn. It is a quiet kind of day for us too.

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  10. ...we are having a cold rainy day today, so my day is a super slow Sunday too! Thanks Michelle for stopping by, have a great week.

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  11. We are having the same weather here today.
    We went to church in the morning but I spent most of the afternoon reading.

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  12. It's slow Sunday, but your photo makes for a interesting photographic Sunday. I like the scene.

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  13. A wonderful barn image. Reading and coffee, that's what I did today too. :) The weather is beginning to get cooler here and rain, drizzle or mist seems to be in our forecast everyday. Have a wonderful week, Michelle.

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  14. 35 degrees and drizzle?! Definitely a good day to stay inside and curl up. Hope you're enjoying something good on your reading list.

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  15. Sounds like a perfect autumn weekend for you. We're having a sunny fallish day with red leaves falling of the pin oak tree. I will have some photos on my blog post tomorrow. ((hugs)), Teresa :-)

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  16. a beautiful image!! we had drenching rains today, and a quiet, inside, slow paced day as well. i call them knitting days!!!

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  17. Nice to come back to a restful Sunday and see that all is quiet in your world. Due south of where you are, and caught some rain yesterday, wind today (why does every bit of wind and rain deserve a name nowadays ?) and managed a cool, blustery 70. Do love your captures of the rural setting (and life).

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  18. Great setting and photo. Sounds like a good day to sit by a fire.

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  19. I've never seen a black barn! That's a nice picture, set off by a nice looking field of soybeans (I think) !

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  20. A black barn! How wonderfully interesting!

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  21. Except for the snow flurries, the quiet conversations and stay at home kinda day sounds perfect!!

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  22. It's cold here too! I'll be surprised if I see any halloween costumes under the kid's coats tonight...
    A wood stove sounds heavenly for sure!

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  23. The black barns in the tawny fields are striking! Sounds like a perfect, cozy day in front of the fire. We might get snow flurries by the weekend. Brrrrr! x Karen

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  24. Don't know much about black barns (need to read up on it I guess) but I do know about enjoying that first cup of coffee in front of the woodstove on a cool winter morning... Pure bliss to be sure!


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