Tuesday, May 1, 2012

A White Barn in Missouri


This barn is very far from the highway and sitting down hill.
It's still in good shape and looks like it is being used.

 Linking to Tricia's Barn Charm

Until next time...

39 comments:

  1. What an outstanding white barn with the green tree background!

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  2. love the corn field in front. i bet it is really hidden when that is high to the sky. (:

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  3. I like the way they made a porch like at the front of the barn. Not sure if porch is the word, but that is really different.

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  4. This one stands out so pretty against the trees.

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  5. And how striking the white of that barn against all that green.

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  6. It's especially pretty with all that lovely green in the foreground. I bet it will look different when a crop comes up in the foreground. Lovely shot.

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  7. very nice...sitting there looking so charming!

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  8. Unique, with that extra side window at the bottom...wonder what the reason is for it not to be centered.
    I know there is some good reason..
    Have a fantastic day..
    Enjoyed!

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  9. Love it!

    Red barns are my favorite.. but white is a close, close second :)

    Happy Tuesday!

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  10. A very striking and fresh looking barn!

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  11. Interesting photograph and beautiful green. I am greeting

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  12. Wow! How often do you see a WHITE barn????

    "Among the changing months,
    May stands confest
    The sweetest,
    and in fairest colors dressed"

    ~James Thomson

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  13. glad it is still in use, looks like a tractor out there in the trees.

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  14. I love white barns! Great photo!

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  15. it is pretty up against those woods!

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  16. The barn really stands out against those lush green trees.

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  17. Pretty white barn Cheryl! Love those Oaks in the back :) Corn stalks in front? We have the SUN today but not before some big old rumbly weather around 4am!

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  18. She does look to be loved. It is not very often that I see white barns. She's a dandy!

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  19. A lovely, but rather forlorn sight. Love how it is backed up by all those trees!

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  20. I like it and would love to see it with autumn colors in the surrounding area.

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  21. Hi Cheryl,

    I really love these ol white washed barns, they're beautiful & really stand out! Great find

    Thank you for joining =)

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  22. Looks really pretty! And the photos from the previous post are also really nice!

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  23. Hi Cheryl!

    That barn is so pretty! I wonder if they still use it, it looks like it is still in such good condition!

    I wish it would rain in our neck of the woods! We have had some, but not enough. The wind blows here endlessly - and it's cold! Hopefully Spring will arrive!

    Your pictures from yesterday's post are so beautiful!

    Hugs,
    Barb

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  24. Cheryl I like your barn today. I have a question - a lot of barns have a family look - so many windows - same place - do you know why? sandie

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  25. Pretty picture Cheryl. I would never be high enough in a barn to look out those windows. LOL

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  26. A great looking white barn, very rare indeed, usually they are red, or weatherd. I really like this one, thanks for sharing.
    Hugs,
    Sue

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  27. I see very few white barns and I am looking all the time. This one is in great shape, and I agree that it is being used. I am wondering if that blue on the right might be a blue car. Nice shot. genie

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  28. Love those old but still functioning barns. I can relate.

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  29. Lovely! Looks like a mansion in the middle of the field. ^_^

    Kim,USA

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  30. It looks white washed doesn't it. Wouldn't that make an awesome house?

    T

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  31. Beautiful old barn and a lovely setting!

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  32. Sorry to be a day late commenting. Precious little barn!

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  33. Love the two doors on the right side. Great photo, Cheryl!

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  34. It's a great barn and I like that little pop of blue to the right...an old tarp? A piece of farm equipment?

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  35. It truly is outstandin' framed by those beautiful trees.

    Great capture sweetie!

    God bless and have a fantastic day!!! :o)

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  36. Another charming barn; it is amazing as usual. I really like this one a lot. It looks beautiful in front of the trees.
    I am so enjoying all of the barn pictures.

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  37. what a charming white barn and an interesting shape. the open-ness on the right and those odd windows. i like the setting...great find and it does look like it's in great shape!!

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  38. Just stopping back to say hello!! Every time I see that snake, it gives me the shivers.

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