Monday, May 6, 2013

Barn Charm - Sunset on the Farm

I passed by this barn and had to turn around and come back to do a sloooow drive by capture. I like the brickwork on it. This was a neat and tidy farm - well cared for even though the top of the silo is missing.


Near Perham, Minnesota - late January 2013
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19 comments:

  1. Great barn! I like how the roof extends almost all the way down the sides. And the brick foundation...very nice!

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  2. Its a nice one alright. The brickwork makes it look more permanent.

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  3. Beautiful barn- I love the silo too.

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  4. Wonderful big barn. I love the silo!

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  5. WOW!What a great shadow the silo is casting on the barn. And the barn...well, I would have turned around and gone back, too. It is a beauty. Impressive rood. genie

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  6. Wow, what a barn! Such a beauty!

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  7. Nice big barn - and it such good shape. Nice find!

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  8. A very stylish barn! Love the brick.

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  9. hey, missing silo - where did you go? we miss ya. come back soon. love the roof. ( :

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  10. Love the roof on this barn! Around here, it seems like a lot of silo roofs are missing. Wonder what that's all about?

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  11. Built like a brick---oh no that's something else. haha
    neat old barn. MB

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  12. Hi, followed a link from Hootin' Anni's. Love the barn photos.

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  13. This is a beautiful barn with it's nice hip roof and twin cupolas. I'm glad you stopped back to capture it with your camera to share. Pamela

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  14. That is a very, very nice barn!!

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  15. I like the brickwork too! The silo makes a huge shadow on the side of the barn. Neat!

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