Tuesday, December 6, 2011

A black and white charmer


This black and white barn is another one of the several barns that I took photos of on Hwy 5 during a day trip this fall.    


It really looks to be a well built barn and the small windows are interesting.   I'd love to see the inside of this one.

Linking to Tricia's Barn Charm 
Until next time...

35 comments:

  1. WOW!! Talk about a well-tended building!! That is a real beauty, Cheryl. Thank you. blessings ~ tanna

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  2. This barn really is a charm. Keep on clicking.

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  3. It's beautiful Cheryl! I'd like to think it is a dairy barn :) Although I am not so sure about the black cow standing out there! It has some black and white charm that's for sure and you captured it! It is snowing in my little bit of MissouREE!

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  4. Very nice barn. I have seen some barns that they turn into homes. This one is so sturdy looking that it might make a great home..... I just wonder how they ever get the smell of animal out.

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  5. That's very cool. I have a secret love for barns.

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  6. it is a beautiful barn, and i would llike to see inside too. i am thinking each horse has a window to the outside world?

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  7. This barn is great. So simple yet architectural.

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  8. You are right - what a great barn - very nice! sandie

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  9. oh, i WANT that barn! the perfectly curved roof is divine!!!

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  10. How pretty! And you're right: it does appear to be well kept. That's always a plus!

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  11. Neat as a pin, isn't it. Very nice.

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  12. This is sure a fine looking barn. Love all those windows. Wonder if they would let me live in it????

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  13. This barn is such a nice shape. I like the curved roof.

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  14. I am rather partial to these quonset style barns. Don't know why, I just am.

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  15. It reminds my of an old milk barn that we used to get our milk at when I was a kid.
    Very cool!!

    Stay warm, and have a happy day!

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  16. Hi Cheryl, What an interesting looking barn... It is different from most of the others, isn't it? Look at all of those windows...

    Love your photos from Branson in the last post... Great lights!!!
    Hugs,
    Betsy

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  17. It is well taken care of. So many little windows! Maybe there is a window for each animal!! Kind of a luxury barn for the animals, ha ha!

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  18. Wow, what a great barn! You even have a matching black cow in the second pic...cute.

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  19. Wow! I just found your blog and I love the old barns. What magnificent photos. Your blog is wonderful. I'm so glad I found your site. This is great.

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  20. Striking black and white barn! I would thing the little windows might be for animals too.

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  21. Thanks for the comment on my barn on the hill. I like how the birds choose that overhang to roost. I cannot quite make out what the weathervane is though.

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  22. Don't they look beautifully classic? Nice and clean and I'll bet the cows are happy. Are there cows?

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  23. Yes! I see one! Had to take a closer look.

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  24. So beautiful...crisp and clean. What a great find!

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  25. This barn looks well kept too. Then I think of what a major job painting it would be. Wow.

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  26. Oh, yes, I'd love to see inside, too. What a beauty!

    Thanks so much for joining, Cheryl! =)

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  27. I love all kinds of barns - this one is crisp and clean looking yeah indeed build well and it would be a enjoyable tour to see insed (just ask next time you are near so I can see inside too - wink!) but I still like red barns the most and holding out to have one for myself..
    Hugs

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  28. An uncommon style with a wider than normal footprint for its height... very nice... Larry

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  29. I love the shape of this one!

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  30. Sure is fun to see barns from different areas. What a grand one!

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  31. I looked at a shot of another barn just a few minutes ago with little windows like these going down the side. They are so nice. This is one pristine structure and looks to be in use. It is in too good of a condition. Your photos are beautiful. They really show off the barn and its greg condition so well. genie

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  32. another fantastic photo and another very well kept barn, thanks for sharing.

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