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Tuesday, June 5, 2012

Barn Charm Tuesday





How dumb am I? I went to Jamestown on Friday with Braden and Dalton's 4th grade class and did NOT think to look for a barn while there. I'm sure there had to have been a barn in the little village but I didn't even think to look. I mean really, how dumb was that?! So I had to venture down Cougar Lane on Sunday while on my way back from Ashlyn's Baccalaureate Service and I found this goodie! It's not a Jamestown barn but it will do!

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31 comments:

  1. It's such a charming composition with the horse detail and the fence, you have clever eyes, congratulations!
    Léia

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  2. A sweetheart just hiding there for you to find. It is so nice.It is in use because I see the cow there in the front. Know you all had fun at Jamestown. Congratulations to you on the big graduation. It is a happy time but also a sad one. As our children move on it is a tough to swallow. One more day after today. genie

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  3. It's a beauty with that weathered wood. It's nice to see a good roof on it and the horse in front adds to the charm.:>)

    You were preoccupied with 4th graders and being in that 'moment', so it's really natural that you didn't hunt for barns. You found a great one anyway!

    I'm glad I got the bugs worked out too! I so wanted to share my log barn!

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  4. Sounds to me like a good excuse to make a return trip! ;-)

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  5. i understand that situation. happens to me all the time. i always seem to forget my camera. or miss places i wish i had taken a photo of. next time. you will have to go again. things change there. new views & new festivals. (:

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  6. Been there done that too Tanya... like this one and love the bay with the broad blaze...

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  7. I like the place. Perfect place for a wedding or any special event.

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  8. Good one..like the perspective n horse

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  9. This is a nice one- love the wood.

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  10. nicely framed by the trees, too!

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  11. I often kick myself for not taking my camera along when I'm in new barn territory. This is a great barn, Tanya! :)

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  12. I'm pretty sure one of those little buildings in the fort is considered a barn. :)
    I love the one you found though and I like the fence in the foreground!

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  13. Charming barn...love the wood. And I like the shot through the fence also.

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  14. my camera is glued to my hand, literally!! my camera bag is also my purse so there is no way for me to leave home without it!!

    cute barn, i like the color and the horse is a nice touch!!

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  15. That horse has his eye on you!

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  16. I like how it's nestled in the trees. A fine shot for this special day.

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  17. Great looking little barn! Love the horse in the shot, too!

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  18. Well, I would imagine it would be kinda hard to get shots of barns w/ a 4th graders hollering, "Let's go" every 5 seconds! LoL!

    Thank you for joining Barn Charm & also, for the comment about hanging in & showing blogger who's boss... I'm really really trying! LoL! =)

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  19. PS Love the softness of the image & I really LOVE the dark barn wood! Awesome! =-)

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  20. I've often realized -- too late -- that I've forgotten to take a certain picture while visiting some place. I'm glad you found this charming barn, however.

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  21. What a spectacular setting!

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  22. Neat find and excellent editing, Tanya. I like the draft horse in front!

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  23. I like the slightly off-kilter look of this photo.

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  24. Pretty barn! And I like how you captured it with the woven wire fence in front of it!

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  25. Great picture! Love that horse too, looks kind of like a draft horse to me. :)

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  26. I drove through Illinois backroads last week on a detour and saw so many beautiful barn charms and always thought of you. Had I stopped at all I wanted, I would still be on the road today and it was a looooong drive last week.

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  27. Wonderful shot. The horse looks like it's riding the wire.

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  28. More than "do", Tanya. This is an honest to goodness working barn. Love how you let the plain wire fencing show in the foreground.

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  29. Nice barn. Love the curious horse watching as you take the picture. lol

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  30. Now that's idyllic! Thanks for stopping by at mine.

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