Sunday, December 4, 2016

Last of the Autumn Barns

Hello everyone. I'm back. Been a crazy past couple of weeks. Hope you all had a wonderful Thanksgiving and are preparing for an equally wonderful Christmas.

I know its cold for most of us and the autumn leaves are long gone but I have a few autumn barns I want to share and get cleaned out of the archives for this year. 





 not sure if this was a funeral or a wedding.


The next three images are all the same barn.







Not sure how much I'll be around in the coming weeks.  I sometimes find it hard to blog in the winter time. I haven't been out with my camera for what seems like ages. Too much life happening I guess. 

Linking with Tom today for THE BARN COLLECTIVE. 

Have a great week everyone. 

28 comments:

Sallie (FullTime-Life) said...

I know what you mean -- sometimes I don't have time to blog because I am too busy out taking pictures so that I have something to blog about. Personally, i think you could show any of your beautiful rural shots over and over and nobody would get bored. You are a fabulous photographer and you live in amazing countryside. Love the one with the Amish wagons especially --

Tom said...

Felicia, what a collection of treats you have for us. I need to see your "Yellow-Topper" Byler Amish for myself, around here their buggys have more of a brown top. You sure are surrounded by some mighty fine looking Amish farms. Thanks for so much for sharing this week and please stop back when you can!

Michelle said...

Sometimes life just get in the way of blogging. Can't be helped. I like these photos and nice to see the old fashioned haystacks.

Bill said...

Love your barns--- I love most all of your pictures--- whenever you have the time.

Ruth Hiebert said...

Each of these is a prize-worthy shot.I love the color of these pictures.

Cloudia said...

Enjoyed these golden scenes, F

rupam sarma said...

Loved the post. Beautiful pics.
Greetings.

Carol Mattingly said...

I love Cade's Cove too. I'm so worried about Roaring Fork. I have a feeling it was destroyed. I absolutely love seeing the Amish images of the corn stalks in the fields. I don't get to see those because I'm no where close to PA. My home office of my company is Lancaster, Clipper Magazine, so I think about PA often. It's going to be a busy busy time but enjoy. Carol

The Furry Gnome said...

Lovely group of fall pictures Felicia. I love the stooked corn; I've never seen that here.

Linda said...

These are great pics! Look at those haystacks!

Paul said...

Great group of Autumn Barn scenes. The middle picture in this series really stands out (to me anyway), nice find!

HOOTIN ANNI said...

Gorgeous...all of the photos, Felicia.

Marco Luijken said...

Hello Felicia,
Very wonderful pictures of this landscape. So great.


Kind regards,
Marco

Nancy said...

There's something about red barns that regardless of their condition continue to be beautiful....Your captures are beautiful.

eileeninmd said...

Hello, Felicia! Pretty rural and barn scenes. I especially love the last three. The red barns are my favorite.
HAPPY Monday, enjoy your new week ahead!

Sandra said...

They are each and every one spectacular photos. So beautiful. And I love your newheader

Primitive Stars said...

Oh those are all so gorgeous Felicia, so beautiful the Fall colours. Blessings Francine.

Wayne said...

love that new photo in your header!

I've never seen yellow buggies, so I did a little research. Apparently, different communities use different colored carriage tops - you learn something new every day! According to the website I found, yours are the Byler Amish - makes sense. Beautiful barns.

I haven't touched my camera in weeks - still processing from my trip. I need to get out and get snappin'

Christine said...

Hello Felicia and so glad to see more of your wonderful autmn/farm photos! i agree with Sallie, that we'd never be bored seeing your pictures!
Have a lovely week!

Lady Fi said...

So many fabulous shots!

John's Island said...

Felicia, Your barn photos are wonderful! I enjoyed all of them. My favorite is the last one. Thank you for sharing and thanks for your kind comment on my blog as well. Hope you have a fine week ahead!

Brian King said...

These are gorgeous! Beautiful farms! I like your blog header, too. Very nice!

pattisjarrett said...

I like the hay stacks. Hay is baled into all kinds of shapes any more, these remind me of my childhood area. I know what you mean, too many things to add to the already-busy schedule, and the camera hasn't gotten much use lately.

Mascha said...

Beautiful photos!
Blogging is not life... enjoy your time in real.
Will be glad to see you again someday.

Happyone said...

Wonderful photos of the barn and I love the stacked corn..

Helma said...

Beautiful pictures Felicia, but your header is really great !!
In your psot let you see beautiful autumn colors. Pretty hot.

GreenComotion said...

Hi Felicia-
These are fantastic scenes and captures.
I love the last one in particular, where the grave road captures the moment for me.
Have a Happy Weekend!
Peace :)

Small City Scenes said...

All beautiful farm shots. You live in a beautiful area
MB