Monday, August 8, 2011

Barn Charm #5

Howell, New Jersey

This really small barn was home for a few horses that were gazing in the field behind it!!

I am so excited to be linking once again to Trisha's Barn Charm


Thanks Trisha

Please follow the link above to view all the amazing, charming barns!!!!

20 comments:

  1. Love the white. I don't see that too often around here.

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  2. the little flowers in FRONT of the nice little white barn are pretty cute too!

    Thanks
    Leontien

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  3. Lovely! The colorful flowers really set off the white of the barn.

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  4. The barn looks nice and white and goes well with the red flowering tree in front of it. I suppose it is a crape myrtle (an Indian lilac). Right? If so, it will bloom long. Happy days ahead, Debbie.

    Yoko

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  5. it's pretty, though, with the crape myrtle in front to set it off!

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  6. That looks a very fancy barn I like the paint too!

    Barn Charm

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  7. that is indeed charming. i see a nice a little art studio in the rough. ;o)

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  8. What a well kept barn! The bush in front of it is pretty too!

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  9. Wow that is some neat barn! How cute.

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  10. I'd like to see more of it...love that pretty sky behind it, too.

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  11. Nice barn and the crepe myrtle in front makes me remember to put in on my list of plants I want to get for next year! Great photo!

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  12. this is such a charming photo - the blue sky with that white barn and the crape myrtle. I love that someone cares enough to secure those beautiful doors with a concrete block. this one is well-cared for! lovely. happy Tuesday to you.

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  13. I love the contrast of the pink flowers and the white barn.

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  14. this is a sweet one...love the clean white of the barn with the pretty pink crepe myrtle!

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  15. I left a comment a minute ago, but I was disconnected from the internet =0

    Love the white barn, the flowering tree and the big sliding door on the barn... beautiful set up & well taken care of!

    Thank you muches & bunches for joining in at Barn Charm, Ms Debbie! =)

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  16. The red blossoms and the white barn are a striking combination!

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  17. The crepe myrtle really does add a beautiful color punch to this shot. That a nice barn...so clean and nice. Know horses would be very happy to sleep in there. Nice shot this week. Genie

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