Amish Barns & Fences

Sharing some more local barns and fences today from our farming community....all of them from Amish Farms.








Linking with Tom at THE BACKROAD TRAVELLER 
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Theresa at RUN AROUND RANCH for

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Phil Slade said…
Those farms look so unspoilt by the present day Felicia. I think you captured lots of tranquility in those pictures and I imagine that there is still lots of wildlife in the area by farming in such traditional ways?
eileeninmd said…
Hello Felicia, I always enjoy your barn series. There are some awesome barns and farms in your community! Cool images with the dramatic sky, clothes hanging on the line and the animals in the distance. Great post, enjoy your day!
reminds me of when I lived in Missouri.
Gosia k said…
I love the Amish barns but they are completely different from Europeans ones
Sandra said…
all four of these are breathe taking to me. so much beauty and you captured it perfectly.
Revrunner said…
Kind of a lowering sky.
Tom said…
Oh Felicia, these are gorgeous! Looks like Swartzentruber Amish. Thanks for linking up this week. I hope to see you again. Tom The Backroads Traveller
Brian King said…
Awesome shots! Love the sky, too!
Bill said…
These are wonderful--every one!
Cloudia said…
Fine shots that touch my heart, F

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Rose said…
Be still my heart! I would love to have any one of these made into a jigsaw puzzle!
Amy Franks said…
beautiful! those tall cylindrical things we call them silos here, get lots of them on farms for grain etc.
Linda W. said…
Lovely collection of barns - and the fields are so green!
Chandra Eswaran said…
Charming scenes seen through the eyes of a gifted snapper - you, Felicia!
The clouds add a lot of beauty to these photos.
Have a Beautiful Day!!
Peace :)
Paul said…
Very nice group of pictures, you definitely have an eye for capturing these beautiful rural scenes!
all the images are beautifully composed and look like paintings.
Irma said…
Awesome shots, wonderful composition.
Love the sky.
Best regards, Irma
Valerie said…
Lovely series. I especially like the house with the washing line. It's like stepping back in time!
HOOTIN ANNI said…
Photos filled with charm! The countryside is gorgeous, the barns are super and the sky....the sky is quite moody.
Juliana said…
Приємно бачити, що у вашій країні існують спільноти, які продовжують давні традиції фермерства!

xoxo, Juliana | PJ’ Happies :)
TexWisGirl said…
you always share such great views! thanks, felicia!
Karen S. said…
You just know it's home sweet home!
ladyfi said…
Wow - these are so gorgeous!
What Karen Sees said…
I love your Amish country scenes. Your photography is always so artistic, making these scenes so peaceful and inviting.
Stephanie said…
I love the post editing effects in your images. Beautiful farm landscapes!
Primitive Stars said…
Wow, I love the farm scene pictures Felicia. Blessings Francine.
Latane Barton said…
very nice. Everything looks so rustic.
Hi Felicia, Love your barn scenes and road side fences. You always capture the best shots and vivid colors. I could just walk right up the road, your photos draw one in. Thank you for sharing.
Have a great 4th of July. cm
Debbie said…
Really beautiful images!! We just returned and this is the view everywhere, including that laundry hanging on every line!!
LV said…
I have always been fascinated by their world. Wish I could visit one day.
barbara l. hale said…
Great shots! I really love that third one with the laundry hanging out on the line. Terrific!!
i love rural shots ... so pretty!! so fun!! farmy times. ( :
Ida said…
These are fantastic. I loved them all but especially thought #2 & #3 were exceptional.
Judy said…
Wonderful shots!!
Gert said…
Felicia, your photos are just stunning. You have such an eye for beautiful shots.

Blessings,
Gert
BeachGypsy said…
I love the excellent hummingbird pictures!! Great shots!
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Wayne said…
Lovely farm, I drive by ones like this whenever I can get away.
don said…
Amish farms in the few that I've seen have all been thrash free and have been given attention. I like these shots of these shots for their building and interesting fences.
So scenic! I can feel invisible dirt under my fingernails!

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Pauline W said…
Love these peaceful, rural scenes and modest fences.
Great pictures Felicia, there is something so appealing about farmsteads!