Sunday Church Meeting

I'm sharing an assortment of barns tonight, some with different editing styles.

I'm also previewing the # 4 image in my Amish series "The Simple Way of Life".
I will be making an album of all of them over on my Facebook Page, so stop over and visit. 

Some of these are cropped to look like a panoramic image, so make sure you click on the first image and scroll through them in lightbox.

Hope you enjoy them. 















#5 "Sunday Church Meeting"

Linking with Tom for THE BARN COLLECTIVE
Sue for IMAGE-IN-ING
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Comments

Ruth Hiebert said…
Each of these shots is amazing.I won't even try to pick a favourite. Let's just say I love them all.
Linda said…
Nice shots, lots of texture! I love the Amish meeting picture.
The Furry Gnome said…
Is that really a roind barn!?
Paul said…
Nice variety of photos and editing styles!
An interesting and varied set of photos, though I can see that selling red-brown paint for barns and grey paint for wagons would be a profitable line of business in your part of the world. (All the white paint has already been snapped up by New England!).
Stewart M said…
What a great set of buildings - I love the colours and shapes.

Cheers - Stewart M - Melbourne
Marco Luijken said…
Hello Felicia,
Nice shots A wonderful view in this nature.
Your last picture is so nice. A wonderful and quiet parking place. Great to see.

Best regards,
Marco
Tom said…
...Felicia, what a fabulous tour around your neck of the woods! At first the round barn was my favorite, but then I scrolled down, what a delight. Thanks for being here!
Sandra said…
I have never seen a couple of dozen buggies in one spot. I just love the Sunday Church meeting and the panaramas are wonderful. 4 and 5 are my favorites because I love unpainted rustic wood
Brian King said…
All beautiful barns! I especially like the first one due to the unique shape!
Carol Mattingly said…
Those red barns get me every time. My favorites. Carol
Debby Ray said…
All are fantastic and that is ONE cool barn (the round one). Love the #4 at the end!
eileeninmd said…
Hello, great collection of barns. I love the first round barn.

Happy Monday, enjoy your day and new week!
Christine said…
I can't help be a tad jealous that I don't live near enough to see these places for myself as your gorgeous photos represent all that I love seeing!
Fantastic Felicia!
Bill said…
I love 'em all, too!
These are all so beautiful! I am partial to the older barns a little past their prime :) x K
Linda W. said…
Your last image could be titled "Amish parking lot." Nice collection of pics.
Barb said…
I love the barn that's listing to the right. Sunday Meeting is wonderful - brings back memories.
Tammie Lee said…
Such an amazing strand of barns and autumn.
So wonderful.
Fun60 said…
I love the colours you have captured. A real variety of barns.
carol l mckenna said…
Awesome series of barn shots ~ gorgeous photography ~ ^_^

Happy Week to you,
A ShutterBug Explores,
aka (A Creative Harbor)
Rose said…
Oh, my, these are beautiful...barns and fall color. Just doesn't get better than that.
Debbie said…
Beautiful barns!! The first one is so unusual and I adore the color!! And the church meeting, very nice!!!
Mildred said…
These are so pretty. I have a special offer on art on my blog post if you get a chance to visit. Have a nice day.
Gert said…
Your photos are always just stunning!!!

Blessings
Gert
Absolutely wonderful series of photos!
Amy Franks said…
Love them all, especially the last one.
NC Sue said…
These are beautiful and bring back fond memories of when I lived in Lancaster County PA.
Thanks for sharing at https://image-in-ing.blogspot.com/2017/11/cars-were-classy-back-then.html
bettyl-NZ said…
What a lovely post of wonderful old barns! Each of them has their own beauty and tells a great story :)
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Melissa said…
Each barn is so unique and with so much character. Very nicely captured!
Every picture that you have shared is beautiful in its own right! I've never seen such a beautiful round Red Barn though! And to see all of those Amish buggies lined up for Sunday meeting, wow but a picture! Great job Felicia!