#112: Barn Theory
As if you even had to ask! (Not that you did…)
I love barns. I’ve been positively barncrazy this past week and here I lavish some fruits of my barnlust. (Another thing I love, apparently, is trespassing on other people’s property…)
This barn has been happily converted into an antique store which was unfortunately closed the morning after Christmas, when these snowy photos were taken.
The brown shingles and yellow siding are so unique. This small barn rests on a compound with a very large yellow barn, a yellow farm house, and a tall red silo.
The snowies above were all taken in Northern Massachusetts or Southern New Hampshire. The rest were all shot on my home turf. My previously mentioned trip to the Northwest has been postponed, so I spent some time in the country this week doing little in the below freezing temperatures but barn hunting and sitting by the fire… And seeing Avatar in 3D with Dad.
Before I was born my dad would ride a horse that was stabled just the next barn over. The grass was dead, overgrown, crunchy, and creating a pattern of waves throughout the pasture.
Same yellow barn, different view.
Which is your favorite?
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