Linked to The Barn Collective #21, Rose Street Reflections.
How refreshing to see a “warm” color during this time of year. And, in a way, a pretty Valentine’s Day wish too!
I just came from a news clip about MORE snow headed your way. Oh no.
I love an old fashioned red barn and found this several weeks ago (before the blizzard) on a back road. Yep, more snow coming tomorrow. There’s hardly enough time to rest up between storms. 🙂
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Obviously no quilter lives there or they would have decorated with a barn quilt. Our guild is having suzi parrot next month. She will be speaking about barn quilts and we will be making one in class.
Oh my, it’s not like I don’t envy you all your quilting activities and now you are going to do a barn quilt class. I need to move closer to you. 🙂
Hope you are staying nice and warm!
All this shoveling keeps the body heat moving. 🙂 Hope your photography business is going well for you. 🙂
Makes all that cold and shoveling worthwhile. Just picture-postcard beautiful.
This looks like a postcard!
What a beautiful picture but I am betting it was really cold the day you took it. It used to amaze me that it could be 5 degrees out with the sun shining brightly and the sky a pretty blue.
Still hoping the weatherman will be wrong. xo
Wow! Spectacular scene! I’d love to have that view from my kitchen window.
Now this is NICE! Tom The Backroads Traveller
This is a beautiful barn…love those windows upstairs…makes it look like someone could live up there almost. At least have a getaway spot.
a classic setting….beautiful.
Gorgeous! I love red barns and it looks beautiful in the white snow and against that wonderful blue sky!
Simply beautiful. I am so glad that you joined us this week for The Barn Collective! Hope to see you again.
I’m a real advocate for old barns. What can I say, I just love every one of them. 🙂
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