Tuesday, December 4, 2012

Barn Charm


 I have another drive-by shot, as in check the rear view mirror for cars, stop the car and roll down the passenger window and grab the camera and zoom and shoot.  There was quite a stretch of highway behind me, so I didn't worry about a car coming up behind me too quickly.  I worked fast, as you can probably tell.

This is a new photo of a barn (shown below) that I took earlier this year and shared on Barn Charm.  As you see, they have added a quilt block to this barn.  I thought you might like to see how it looks now with the new embellishment.  I like it!


Linking to Tricia's Barn Charm.

Until next time...

29 comments:

  1. I love these quilt barns- I don't ever get to see them around here. You be careful doing the drive-bys.

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  2. So glad you showed this one again!
    I like it's new wardrobe!

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  3. That's a beautiful barn - and except for the color, it reminds me of my grandpa's barn, which no longer exists. Thanks for posting it!

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  4. P.S. Another German Shepherd lover, I see! :-)

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  5. We have a lot of quilt barns here. i love them :)

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  6. ha, i do that a lot...usually i have the boys in the car with me so they turn around and watch for approaching traffic which makes it a little easier, otherwise if it's just me, i get really nervous taking the photo!

    love the new quilt addition!

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  7. Such a great big barn and I love the quilt decoration. Thanks for sharing. Have a great day.

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  8. Morning Cheryl, oh love those barns with so much charm......they are so beautiful......Blessings Francine.

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  9. i like the quilt they added. beautiful barn also. i like shooting from windows... and at times through the windshield.

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  10. I do, too. It dresses it right up, though it's a fine barn with great structure. You take photos like I do, only you think that I sometimes cross the center line. LOL...

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  11. I saw a quilt barn on my trapper adventures with hubby I'm going to have try and find again. :)

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  12. Adding the quilt block doubles the charm! Enjoy your Tuesday Cheryl. Oh! We got 3/4 inch of rain last night.. :)

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  13. I love the quilt block! It changes the whole look of the barn. Love your photos from Branson. This is one place I really would love to visit! Enjoy!

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  14. OH wow, what a little accessory can do! That is what caught my eye on your photo from barn charm. :)

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  15. I take a lot of barn pictures in the same way. :)
    Love the addition of the quilt square!

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  16. I DO remember this barn! So glad they are adding things and keeping it nice!!!

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  17. Oh, I like it, too! I noticed someone closed the gate in this latest one. LoL!

    Thank you for joining, Cheryl! =)

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  18. That is a fine addition to the barn!

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  19. Do you know what? I thought until a couple weeks ago they were real quilts. Then my friend Linda told me they were painted on. Can you believe how dumb I am? It is beautiful. sandie

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  20. That's pretty good for a photo on the fly. I like the quilt thingy it definately adds charm.

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  21. It looks great with the quilt block!

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  22. I love Quilt Barns---and this one is beautiful...

    I take alot of drive-by shots --and that rear view mirror seems to creep into many of the pictures... ha ha

    Hugs,
    Betsy

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  23. The quilt block adds tons of character.

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  24. How awesome! Well, we both did quilt barns this week! That's pretty neat! Hugs!

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  25. I loved this quilt barn. It does make them different. Loved the two looks. You do take good photos.
    Blessings!

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  26. That barn looks much better with the quilt block added.

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  27. Boy, can I identify with those "drive-by shootings"! The quilt is a nice touch - we don't have those around here; wish we did!

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