More Amish Barns and Fences

Sort of a continuation of last weeks "barn" and "fence" post.  These were all made June 9th except the image with the buggy.

It was one of those days where it looked like it was gonna rain one minute and the next there was blue sky.










Linking with Tom at BACKROADS TRAVELLER for

THE BARN COLLECTIVE
&
NC SUE  at IMAGE-IN-ING.

Comments

Linda W. said…
Love all the old, weathered buildings.
Chandra Eswaran said…
Some very cool and very engaging barns, Felicia.
I love the green+blue+dark_green combination of colors in your photos of the hills.
Picturesque!
Have a Beautiful Day!
Peace :)
Paul said…
More timeless photos from your beautiful valley!

Any insights into what the small white building is used for in the third photo, an outhouse perhaps or storage of some sort?
Blogoratti said…
Hello. Really interesting photos, nice of you to share!
Beautiful shots... a part of the country I would like to visit!
Great pictures, Felicia. I love those landscape pictures. Greetings, Joke
NC Sue said…
We used to live in Lancaster PA. There were lots of Amish in the area, and beautiful farms! You've shared lots of lovely photos, and you've brought up wonderful memories for me. Thanks!
I appreciate you linking up at http://image-in-ing.blogspot.com/2015/07/a-community-with-holiday-spirit.html
The weathered wood on these barns is gorgeous. All lovely images.
Tom said…
They are ALL wonderful, but the last one is my favorite! Thanks Felicia for linking up this week. I hope that you return again. Tom The Backroads Traveller
Gert said…
Gorgeous photos, that last one should or could be a painting! smile..

Blessings,
Gert
Sandra said…
I like all of these, number 3 is my favorite
enjoyed your shots...especially the last with the hills and clouds.
Oh, wonderful ... I would love to spend some time with the owners of those buildings.
Debby Ray said…
I never tire of seeing these lovely barn photos, Felicia...so peaceful and calming to look at :)
Rose said…
Oh, wow, how I would love to travel some of your roads...I love all but that last one is my favorite.
Tinna Sjoeberg said…
Hello Felicia :)
Thank you for becoming my follower :))
And since I love the landscape you
live in and everything that has to
do with the Amish, I'm going to
follow you too. :D

Have a beautiful day!
Tinna ✐

Revrunner said…
Looks idyllic. But I'm still thinking it's a hard life.
Tammie Lee said…
these are each wonderful to see
part of the wonderment is imagining life there
fredamans said…
Lovely. Love the wagon.
Brian King said…
Beautiful scenery! Nice barns!
TexWisGirl said…
very pretty, felicia!
Linda said…
Excellent shots! Love the buggy!
eileeninmd said…
Hello Felicia, these are awesome images. I love the image with buggie and barn. And the last shots is another favorite. But, they are all wonderful! Have a happy day!
EG CameraGirl said…
AH! You live in such a beautiful area!
Rebecca said…
I just love that scenic setting those barns are in. Ugh...I am surrounded with suburbia and long for open views like that.
Stephanie said…
I love these scenes!
Stewart M said…
Very solid looking workmanship - those barns look like they will be there for ages.

Stewart M - Wilsons Prom National Park, Victoria, Australia!
don said…
A fine series of these practical looking farmyard buildings and silo. You had captured the feel of this well kept place.
ladyfi said…
What beautiful barns!
You selected wonderful perspectives for your barn shots. Hard to pick a fave bu that one with the buggy is special.
These are beautiful shots..you are so lucky to live in such gorgeous country.
Thomas Lee said…
These barns have the abandoned look
Holly Myers said…
Great barn shots!
Une Angevine said…
intéressant cet hangar
Bethany Carson said…
Gorgeous skies, scenery, and barns, Felicia! Love your last shot, but so many of the others are excellent as well.
Wonderful Felicia and love those buggies!
Mildred said…
Awesome photos, Felicia. Have a nice week.