A Few More Peak a Boo Barns

plus some dandelions.

Yep we have lots of dandelions again.

It was a beautiful weekend so I was able to get out and about with my camera. Here are some sights I found. 






I'm sharing my barns with Tom @ Backroads Traveller for

THE BARN COLLECTIVE and

Mersad for THROUGH MY LENS.

Make sure to visit each meme to see more images and you can join in the fun and add your own images.

Comments

Tom said…
Felicia, how nice to have you joining The Barn Collective this week. I hope that all is well with you. The greening (and yellowing) the earth is a welcomed sign. Thanks for sharing and remember that the welcome matt is always out.
Primitive Stars said…
Evening Felicia, gorgeous scenery, love the barn.Blessings Francine.
Pauline W said…
Love these peeps at the barns and the colours of the land in the foreground. You really do have a lot of dandelions, don't you. They look like gold amongst the grass.
Hello Felicia,
You have captured very nicely the brilliant interspersing of colors by Mother Nature.
Dandelion - a great herb in addition to being photogenic!
Have a Happy Week ahead!
Peace :)
PS. Glad you got out and had some fun with the camera!
Carol Mattingly said…
Love the effects you added. Beautiful. Carol
Linda W. said…
Beautiful rural landscapes.
Linda said…
Nice images! We have tons of dandelions too.
Gosia k said…
You live next to lovely nature
Gosia k said…
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Gorgeous, as always.
Amalia
xo
I particularly like the "oddness" of the first photo; the barn's roof lining up with the hill behind. You seem to have had a wonderful weekend for photography. If you need more dandelions I see I have some coming up in the lawn - a less welcome sight.
PerthDailyPhoto said…
Your first shot is so beautifully layered Felicia.
Gorgeous countryside scenes.
Christine said…
Perfect weather to be outdoors enjoying creation and photographing great barns and countryside! I always enjoy your pictures, Felicia!
eileeninmd said…
Hello Felicia, love your rural scenes. The bees love dandelions. Great barn finds. Beautiful landscapes! Happy Tuesday, enjoy your day!
John's Island said…
Hi Felicia, These are very cool photos. May favorite is the first one ... it should be entered in a contest ... wow, just great! I love the subtle effects, especially the sky. It was great to see you stopping by my blog and thank you for your kind comment a few days ago. Wishing you a fine week ahead!
Mascha said…
Famous landscape, beautiful in colors.
Glad to see you back :-)
Sandra said…
I love the way your camera played peek-a-boo with the barns.. beautiful
Just AMAZING pictures!!!
Greetings, http://stapjesonderweg.blogspot.be/
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Brian King said…
Such gorgeous country! Beautiful photos!
Barb said…
You've got spring now, Felicia. I like seeing the dandelions - but not in my yard!
Villrose said…
Beautiful and peaceful landscapes and photos!
Debby Ray said…
Love dandelions...and that is a LOT of them! Beautiful country scenes!
Marie C said…
Gorgeous countryside!
Bill said…
I really love your style, your use of color and texture. these are wonderful, Felicia.
Wonderful shots- love all the green!
Sarah Carletti said…
I love the idea of catching the tops of barns! Lovely shots!
You are the Queen of barns Felicia! Such gorgeous rural scenes in your neck of the woods. I really appreciate your sharing. It is so different from where we live now. (And makes for joyful memories of the time we spent full-time RVing, when we actually saw beautiful scenes like these.)
Melissa said…
Oh wow! That first one is fabulously graphic! Like a modern art painting. It should be hanging in a gallery semewhere!
Pamela Gordon said…
Beautiful spring photos Felicia. It is nice to see the soft green leaves on the trees and the yellow dandelions. I did find one dandelion next to the house this week - our first this year. I'm sure there will be more. Have a lovely weekend.
ladyfi said…
Such pretty scenes!
The dandelions really brighten up the hills with gold!
Red Rose Alley said…
These barn pictures look like paintings they are so pretty.

~Sheri