Tuesday, July 26, 2011

Barn Charm #3

Historic 19th century barn in Allaire State Park, Wall Township,  NJ
I have been inside this barn once, they rarely have those barn doors open.

Linking to Bluff Area Daily Barn Charm


Please stop by Bluff Area Daily and check out all the Charming Barns!!!!
Each and every one is amazing!!!

12 comments:

  1. that tree makes the barn seem small, but then based on the doors and windows, it is not. :)

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  2. Debbie, I grew up in the country spending a lot of time playing in and around barns. A favorite thing to do was to slide down the hay shoot. We would sit on burlap feed sacks. Such simple fun, but wonderful memories. Hugs, Bonnie

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  3. This is a beauty Debbie!
    I love the shadows in your photograph!

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  4. I love this barn. Every time I'm there I have to take a picture of it!

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  5. This looks pretty sturdy - as does that massive tree!

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  6. What a cool shot, I love the shadow play of the tree! Looks like a nice big ol barn & well taken care of... that's an awesome tree & looks just as old...

    Thank you so much for joining in & linking up to Barn Charm, much appreciated! =)

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  7. Nice to meet you on my barn charm tour. this is one old barn, and I'm happy it's been preserved. the diameter of that tree is distracting and amazing! happy Tuesday.

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  8. this is a different kind of barn, i like it!

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  9. I am glad you like barns. I like them too, I always wanted to live in one. :)

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  10. Now THAT is a neat barn...never seen anything like it! So fun seeing all the different barns and meeting fellow photography lovers on Tricia's Barn Charm tour.

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  11. It looks so well kept...looks like lots of windows on the side, too. Wish I could see inside...even just one time.

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