Monday, August 26, 2013

Barn Charm - My Love For Barns~


I have always had a fascination with  Barns. I love pictures of barns and they bring back childhood memories of being on our farm. I loved the barns at my Uncle's home and also at his ranch. I remember playing in the bales of straw in those barns. I was a cowgirl at heart and enjoyed playing like I was" Annie Oakley".
I love the blog site entitled Barn Charm. Take a moment to visit this site and enjoy all of the pictures that have been taken of barns. 
This picture of a barn was taken in Rupert, Idaho. I think it is a very unique barn. This one was built with stones; perhaps the design was from Denmark or another Scandinavian country. If anyone out there knows about where this style of barn is found; please leave a comment. 
I love this one and hope you will enjoy it too.



10 comments:

Denise said...

I love barns, enjoyed these pictures.

Christy Monson said...

What a fun post. I love barns also.
There are some beautiful old barns outside of Jackson Hole.

Hugs, Christy

The Adventurer said...

What a neat roof line of the barn. Great place to take photos. I will have to start looking out for barn in our travels

Debbie said...

my love and fasination for barns started as a child. i have been photographing them for years!! this is a real beauty, bent, not broken.....

there are so many things i love about this one, but perhaps the stone work is my favorite part!!

awesome find!!

Cheryl @ TFD said...

This is a beautiful barn! I love the stone work. I've been on a blog break, so haven't participated in Barn Charm lately. I need to get out and find some more barns! They are plentiful around here, but finding a good spot to shoot is another story!
Have a nice day!

Galen Pearl said...

I grew up in the city, but my favorite place was a barn! My mother's family had (still has!) an old farm in the Ozarks of Missouri. I remember visiting there as a child and helping to milk the cows and get the eggs. I also was lucky enough to ride horses when I was growing up. My mom would drop me off at the stable and come back to get me later. I loved the barn. This brought back great memories.

Betsy said...

I love barns and really love this one. The shape of the roof is so unique, what a find this one is and thank you for sharing.
My sister in law's father built a barn with local stone he pulled from the mountain his home was on and was made with lots of large rock mostly crystal. It was torn down when a developer came in to build new homes.
Betsy
betsy

Elaine said...

Beautiful barn! It reminds me of a swaybacked old gray mare.

Nell at njschout said...

Love the stonework, and it has an interesting sag in the roof. Great picture!

Tamara Stanley said...

This is interesting. I’ve seen lots of barns in the ‘Barn Charm’ site, but this is the first time I’ve seen a roof style like this. It’s very unique and lovely. If you were to have one built with the exact style, you will surely need highly skilled and talented contractors to make sure that it will be built to perfection. – Tamara @ RhinoRoofingABQ.com

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