A picture a day from around the Roanoke, VA area.
Would make a fine artist studio.
ooooohhhh i love this barn, gettin a bug hug from nature!!!
Great shot...love all the green around it!
This is very pretty love it!Barn Charm
The green is taking over! There are barns around here like that and I always wonder why the owners let it go...then I answer myself and say they are probably so busy they don't have time for everything they need to do.
I like the way your barn is nestled in the extensive greenery around it. Nice one.
Looks like sumac are taking over! I wonder what the flags are for.
Lovely barn. Great find, Tanya!
Looks like a nice quite place for a cat nap. Richard from Amish Stories.
Can't see much of it, looks like nature is taking over, but I love that dark wood! Wonder what's inside =0Thanks for joining in & linking up to Barn Charm, Tanya =)
This is great! Love it!
Lovely shot, nice green color
Looks like it has been a wet summer with all that growth around the barn. Wet and neglected. Love that old wood on the barn.
Love the gray of the wood.
Wow - it's being swallowed! Looks like a cute barn!
That is lovely.
Of course I love barns. That green is stink trees aka the tree-of-Heaven. This was the tree Francie Nolan wanted to save on "A Tree Grows in Brooklyn." One of the few trees I can identify. It grew wild in Jersey City lots.
What a pretty picture, Tanya! Love your composition.
Hi! I'm so happy you've stopped by and always enjoy your comments :)