Winter Barns

For those of us who don't like the heat....enjoy.

For those who don't like the snow.....enjoy anyway, lol.  :>)





I like this image because of the "old fashioned" (buggy) and the "modern" (car) contrast.



There are even snow flakes flying in the last image.  Come on winter. 

This is my crazy long week again so I'm behind on visiting.  Hope you all are having a good week.

Linking with Tom at THE BACKROADS TRAVELER
for

Where are all you barn lovers out there. Come join us and link up your barn images.

PS ~ I'm trying to edit my images from Old Bedford Village but its slow going so I'm hoping to share soon. 

Comments

Chandra Eswaran said…
Hi Felicia,
All the photos are really nice, but I have to say the red fence is my favorite.
Well done!
Have a Wonderful Day!
Peace :)
TexWisGirl said…
love the 2nd to last one and the red snow fence! thanks for the cool-down!
Linda said…
Lovely images! Barns seem to tell a story.
Paul said…
Good by Winter hello Summer in a few more days!

Much going on in that third picture with the old fashioned buggy and modern car. I see they also have the laundry hung out even though it's likely well below freezing
beautiful snow scenes and i love the red fence in the last shot.
eileeninmd said…
Pretty barns and snowy scenes. I love the last shot with the red barn and cows. Have a happy Tuesday!
Tom said…
It has been hot and muggy here, now I feel cooler! Felicia, these are wonderful. I need to come down and see these "yellow toppers" for myself. Thanks for linking up. Tom
Revrunner said…
What?! Winter? No thanks. I'm too much enjoying the sweltering heat and humidity we're having. :-)
Rebecca said…
On this hot muggy day, these photos look inviting.
Karen S. said…
Priceless capture on that YELLOW buggy!
Primitive Stars said…
I love the yellow buggy in the snow, wow!!!! All are beautiful pictures Felicia, Hugs Francine.
Beautiful. I feel cooler now.
Michelle said…
Love the buggy and the car contrast.
Linda W. said…
It's been really hot where I live, so I appreciate the chilly winter scenes.
Rose said…
Felicia, I definitely enjoyed. We are having a little break from the heat today, but these still look good to me. I LOVE them all, but that last shot is wonderful.
Karen said…
Terrific barn shots! I love snow. It's almost summer here and close to 90 degrees, which I hate!
Pamela Gordon said…
These winter barn scenes are beautiful! I even noticed a line full of black clothes in one of them drying in the cold air. Brr.
Debby Ray said…
Oh yes...these look QUITE refeshing on this nearly 100 degree day! Thanks for posting...perfect timing, friend!
I love the snow --- in your pictures! They let me see the beauty without freezing my toes. Seems from what in reading here and elsewhere in Blogland that a lot of you went straight from winter to hot summer.
don said…
A fine winter series of good looking barns and farms. I have a winter picture coming up so yours made me feel better about posting it. :-)
Bethany Carson said…
I especially like the photo of the last barn with the cattle. This post helps me to appreciate summer even more by reminding of winter ***shivverrrr****. Thanks also for mentioning the barn linkup! I didn't realize it existed!
Brian King said…
Beautiful! I wouldn't mind some cool weather right now!
Melissa said…
I always enjoy seeing brains from your area, no matter what the season!
Melissa said…
Oh gosh, that was barns! Barns, not brains.
Stephanie said…
I always enjoy viewing your barns, landscape shots even the winter scenes.
Fantastic images,Felicia. So great to see snow when it's summer. Greetings, Joke
Amazing photos of the farms and barns - I love the settings and the Amish cart really adds a splash of color - fantastic.
Barb said…
Hi Felicia, These photos remind me of my old stomping grounds! Please! I just got rid of snow - I don't want anymore until at least September!
Just the eye candy I needed on this hot hot day.
Amalia
xo
EG CameraGirl said…
I like the idea of showing a few snowy photos during the summer, Felicia. I was thinking of doing something similar in July. ;) I love the Amish area of Pennsylvania. Everything is so picturesque there!
Love them all- beautiful..and I'm going to pause now and just say AAHHH.