Lovely is an understatement when it comes to these barns and your presentation of them, Felicia!Have a Happy Week!!Peace :)
Oh, Felicia, I love each photo...that second barn is so different to anything I have ever seen...and I love your crock!
Two wonderful barns, so much larger than anything we ever see around here. The second one is quite grand with its little spires.
That second farm is really a “collector’s item. It looks to be one of a kind. Those little cone shaped openings at the top are so unusual. I would look for something like that in Ireland. What is the purpose of salt grazed crock. Is it just a way to paint them? I really like this barn. Have a nice week.
Those are some especially pretty barns.
wow. just wow on that 2nd one!
I love the weathered look of the red barn but the 2nd barn is just gorgeous as is your treasured salt glazed crock.Have a nice week!
The salt glazed stoneware is an treasure!
Hello Felicia,Nice pictures of these beautiful barns. So great to see.Many greetings,Marco
Hello Felicia, gorgeous barns, they are both awesome. I love the crock too, very pretty. Have a happy day!
Both barns are unique - especially the tops on the second one.
Love your treatment in your still life
Love the old barn shots and the composition in your last phot is wonderful. Your salt glazed pot is very pretty.
Very interesting barns, especially that second one with the unique roof vents!
These barns are beyond beautiful and your photos make them even more so. Your beautiful crock has one of my favorite things in it...bittersweet. So very lovely!
Beautiful barns and what a lovely salt glazed pot! Deb xo
LOVE those barns! I've been away for so long - long story. Hope you're still following!
i love these barns and your treasure are true treasures
Oh my what beautiful barns or farms. Love the crock too---I have an affinity for them too.MB
I love the second one with so many cute features! I wasn't aware that this kind of ceramics was called salted stone ware.Also, I saw on your image below, that you are the one on FB I clicked on and commented on the poem in memory of Tina, EG Cameragirl - that was a beautiful tribute to her!Don't know if you are aware that I started a new meme called SEASONS - any thing during the season goes (so any recent pics you can use)! The link is open Mon-Wed. 7 pm (Pacific time), still time to link. It's this week in the post Seasons-curious about March. Hope you find some time to join and would be thrilled to see you there!
Wonderful scenes and beautiful photography!
Felicia, clever use of bittersweet. Thanks for sharing.
Just gorgeous! I love Pennsylvania barns and countryside. We lived there for most of a year and I became very fond of Pennsylvania. We lived near a town called Willow Street. Believe me, that was Very Confusing to the folks back home. Lol
Those barns are absolutely stunning - I've never seen any so intricate. Love the crock.
Gosh! That second one looks like a cathedral.
That 2nd barn is quite the structure!
Those are both gorgeous! And both look quite large.
The pic of the crock looks so beautiful, wow. But also the two barns are treasures.
Gorgeous barns! And such a beautiful crock as well.
Spectacular barns - they look enormous. I have some beautiful old crocks that hold good memories for me.
How good it is to once again enjoy your uplifting photography! Love that salt crock. Happy weekend
I love this last shot and the gorgeous barn shots!
These are indeed beautiful barns.The photo in color is very beautiful but also the black / white version.The vase with branches is magnificent.
I love your Photos!
The barns are beautiful, the photography is not bad either :-)Amaliaxo
Beautiful barn scenes, both still being used by the looks of things.You don't see salt glazed stoneware so much anymore, nice photo of this one!
So beautiful pictures!
Love both the barns! Superb capture, light and colors
I haven't been to the farm for quite some times. It's beautiful out there..
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