For you barn lovers

GREAPERGREAPER Registered Users Posts: 3,113 Major grins
edited January 11, 2005 in Landscapes
Out for a drive today I shot a few barns in the snow just for you barn lovers.

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  • wxwaxwxwax Registered Users Posts: 15,471 Major grins
    edited January 8, 2005
    This one for me, please. nod.gif

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  • GREAPERGREAPER Registered Users Posts: 3,113 Major grins
    edited January 8, 2005
    It's definatly in the best shape of the three...

    :D
  • jwearjwear Registered Users Posts: 7,998 Major grins
    edited January 8, 2005
    #2 for my tasteiloveyou.gif but not for keeping the horse in rolleyes1.gif
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  • USAIRUSAIR Registered Users Posts: 2,646 Major grins
    edited January 8, 2005
    Greaper
    Great barns love the first one best

    Thanks
    Fred
  • pathfinderpathfinder Super Moderators Posts: 14,679 moderator
    edited January 8, 2005
    USAIR wrote:
    Great barns love the first one best

    Thanks
    Fred

    Seems like the barn lovers are mostly wid-westerner's doesn't it? Indiana, Ohio, Missouri.

    I reworked one I shot last winter but it still is one of my favorites. And then I shot one in the snow this morning but it is hard to discern in all the snow.

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    And a reshoot of a favorite of mine - a round barn
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  • GREAPERGREAPER Registered Users Posts: 3,113 Major grins
    edited January 8, 2005
    pathfinder wrote:
    Seems like the barn lovers are mostly wid-westerner's doesn't it? Indiana, Ohio, Missouri.

    I reworked one I shot last winter but it still is one of my favorites. And then I shot one in the snow this morning but it is hard to discern in all the snow.

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    And a reshoot of a favorite of mine - a round barn
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    Love the first one. The round barn is very nice. Is that near your home. You live west and a bit south of Indy right?

    I might have to come out that way this summer. I have to dig up my slides I took when I was out that way. I shot a bunch of those covered bridges out your way.
  • pathfinderpathfinder Super Moderators Posts: 14,679 moderator
    edited January 8, 2005
    GREAPER wrote:
    Love the first one. The round barn is very nice. Is that near your home. You live west and a bit south of Indy right?

    I might have to come out that way this summer. I have to dig up my slides I took when I was out that way. I shot a bunch of those covered bridges out your way.


    There are a lot of neat tobacco barns in northern Kentucky and even a few in south eastern Indiana. Madison, Indiana on the Ohio has a lot of neat stufff to shoot too.

    Here's another round barn I found. Kind of a long way from the road though..
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  • GREAPERGREAPER Registered Users Posts: 3,113 Major grins
    edited January 9, 2005
    The round barns are awesome. I have never seen one in NW Ohio.

    Here is another shot from today.

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  • USAIRUSAIR Registered Users Posts: 2,646 Major grins
    edited January 9, 2005
    Pathfinder
    Love the round barn
    Good one

    Thanks
    Fred
  • snapapplesnapapple Registered Users Posts: 2,093 Major grins
    edited January 11, 2005
    GREAPER wrote:
    The round barns are awesome. I have never seen one in NW Ohio.

    Here is another shot from today.

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    Love the barn shots Greaper.
    I like the ones where the grass is sticking up through the snow. Adds an interesting design element.
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