Amish Barns

These images were all captured today with my phone except the first one which was made a few weeks ago.  
It is also the only one that is not an amish barn.






 same farm...different angle.

 Can't see the barn real well in this image. I was trying for the corn shocks and the amish fellow leading the horse.

this is the barn from a better angle.


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Comments

TexWisGirl said…
really beautiful! :)
Marja said…
I love barns...and haystacks Great photos
Fabulous barns and farm photos. Amazing color!!
Linda said…
Nice shots! Have you noticed that the Amish farms are always nicely maintained?
ladyfi said…
What beautiful barns!
You do have the most beautiful barns in your area... These are just wonderful.
Your cell phone took good photos, Felicia! They are nice big farms on beautiful countryside.
Linda W. said…
Lovely photos, especially the first one. Isn't it amazing how good cell phone cameras are these days?
Such beautiful and timeless images, Felicia! Love the corn shucks in the field. Wonderful. x Karen
The amish farms are always lovely and a slower pace of life must be good for them.
Hilde said…
Great pictures with your cell phone. A very nice serie of the amish barns. Time seems to stand still there.
Hugs, Hilde
Indrani said…
Lovely pics so perfect for the themes.
Happy OWT!
Katarina said…
Great shots of the beautiful Amish barn!
Christine said…
Everything I love about Amish country encapsulated in your photos Felicia!
Mind you, the first Englisch barns a beauty too!
Thanks forswearing these wonderful shots!
Debby Ray said…
I love these images, Felicia. The corn shocks really add a certain quality to the landscapes that is not seen around here. I remember when I was a little girl and I would draw Thanksgiving scenes....they always had the corn shocks like that in them. I don't fields like that any more...it must be an Amish thing. Awesome shots, girlfriend :)
Tom said…
WOW, Felicia! Thanks for sharing these wonderful sights of the Amish countryside. The red barn stopped me in my tracks. I hope to see you again soon.
Primitive Stars said…
Morning Felicia, such gorgeous pictures, love that first red barn... Blessings Francine.
The Furry Gnome said…
Boy, you've got some beautiful countryside in your part of the world!
You love your barns, donncha :O)
Minoru Saito said…
Hi! Nice collection of barn photos. Thanks for sharing.
Carol Mattingly said…
Gorgeous photos Felicia. Carol
Melissa said…
Such a variety! That first one is amazing! I remember Amish barns in Indiana, where I grew up, always being white.
don said…
A fine series of excellent mostly Amish barns. Their farmyards are always so pristine and well maintained.
EG CameraGirl said…
You live in such a lovely area!
Bill said…
Lovely, as always. The Amish should reward you for spreading understanding.
eileeninmd said…
Hello, the red barns are always a favorite of mine. The haystacks are cool too. Wonderful rural scenes and images. Enjoy your week!
Although I understand the reasons it still seems odd to see such smart barns alongside what seem such outdated farming methods. Glad you call them "shocks", that's what we used to call them here.
BeachGypsy said…
Beautiful barns and such pretty scenes!! We always called those corn shocks too
Revrunner said…
Love those stalks!
Brian King said…
The first one is definitely my favorite! I'm partial to red. Beautiful photos!
John's Island said…
Hi Felicia, I am always impressed by Amish country. There are several things special about it, and one that is clear in your photos ... They are so neat and tidy. It makes their places very appealing to me. Thank you for sharing your excellent photos.
Rose said…
Oh, Felicia...it is wonderful seeing some barns from you. I just love the views...love all that color in that first one.
I love these images, Felicia, so tidy and serene. You forget for a moment that there is something broken in this world.
Amalia
xo
Paul said…
More beautiful views of your very photogenic valley!
Lovely barns, such tranquil and peaceful photos! Deb xo
Barbara Hale said…
I love these rural scenes. Those corn stocks are so different from what we usually see in fields. Thanks so much for your kind words on my blog.
Stephanie said…
These are super shots, Felicia!
colleen said…
I brake for barns too. These are picture perfect especially the first one.
Ida said…
These are fabulous. I love them all but that first shot with the bright red barn and the stunning fall foliage behind it is just awesome.
Pamela Gordon said…
I love these scenes and the shocks of grain standing in the fields. The barns are fabulous, especial the red one with the fall colours behind it.