REDISCOVERING MYSELF THROUGH PHOTOGRAPHY

Monday, February 6, 2012

It's Barn Time!

For once, I have a "stash" of barn images because of some recent wandering in my corner of Oregon.  Today, I'm linking with Tricia's delightful Barn Charm.  It might be the tallest barn I've photographed.   The south, west and east sides are almost solid because that's where the weather comes from.   The north side is open for access to the storage of hay.







18 comments:

Mari said...

What an unusual barn! I've never seen one quite so tall. Great find!

barbara l. hale said...

I've never seen a barn quite like that. Nice photos! Beautiful old barn!

Carletta said...

It is for sure the tallest barn I've ever seen!
Great shots!
I like the built in ladder on the side and the little bird house on the side.
Here we don't see much of the little square bales anymore - brings back memories.

Carole M. said...

great barn and great photographs Evelyn

Carol said...

Nice shots of this old beauty. It has stood the test of time with those wonderful weathered boards. The open side is a surprise.

Lesley said...

I wasn't expecting the other side to be quite so open!
This one was definitely worth walking around.

Linda said...

What a tall barn! Very interesting construction too - imagine trying to raise THAT barn! It is a very nice barn - great shots!

TexWisGirl said...

this is a beauty! tall and dark and handsome! :)

Jan n Jer said...

Love the weathered wood n tin roof! Great shot!

Keetha Broyles said...

I've never seen such a tall skinny barn. Probably meant to store hay and not house livestock, I'm thinkin'

Tatjana Parkacheva said...

Very nice photos.

Regards and best wishes

Rose said...

I love the texture of the wood in of this barn...it sure is a tall one.

Beth said...

wow, either that is a really tall barn or you did something within your photography abilities to make it look extremely tall. interesting. (:

Pat said...

That's a great find!

lisa said...

This looks HUGE!!
What a great place.

Margaret said...

The wood is utterly beautiful and the shape is lovely. I can't say I feel the same for the roof.... it must be a recent addition.

Ida said...

That's a might tall barn indeed.
Your 1st shot is wonderful and I love that you can see the mountains
off in the distance.

Tricia @ Bluff Area Daily said...

It IS a really tall ol barn. She's a beauty!

Thanks for joining =)