You can’t go wrong with a classic red barn surrounded by summer fields. The deep red of the barn wood contrasts with bright greens of corn and bean fields. This is very tall and the trees that flank it are enormous! I can’t even begin to guess their age. Can you? The stories they could tell, I’m sure…
Just off to the side barn there is either a forgotten kitchen garden or turned soil from a previous structure. My guess it the later, since there is an old hand pump to a well right next to the area. A farm house is still part of this farmstead as well and looks to be a happy one. Share your captures, stories, and projects this week in #LNRSEASONS below!
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Thank you Rejesh
Awesome barn! Looks similar to my neck-of-the-woods. Nothing more beautiful than fields.
Just beautiful! The perfect summer scene.
Awe, thank you Marie
Love seeing barns but use to be so many more. Is sad now when I see one that is falling apart and use to be part of a working farm. Your photo is lovely. We do have lots of flat farm fields left though, and love your photo of that one. 🙂
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Thanks Patricia, I know what you mean. I’ve been photographing American Barns for over 10 years. Many of which are already gone.
Lydia C. Lee
Love the one with the water pump. Looks like a postcard. (Mine is of Gozo off the travel blog, as my 2 pictorials this week on the other blog are indoors and show no seasons at all!!)
I am sucker for farmhouse water pumps too. We had one for our garden growing up.
I’ve never passed a barn I didn’t want to photograph! Beautiful photos!
So true, we could be fast friends LOL! Have a holiday weekend Elizabeth