Tuesday, March 15, 2011

Barn on the outskirts of Salida

Please check out more charming barns at Barn Charm here.

13 comments:

Rose said...

I wish that were mine!!! I would add some windows and it would be a nice little quilting studio.

Jill from Killeny Glen said...

This one looks OH, SO TIDY! And with the tractor right alongside it is ready for a good day's work.

Tricia said...

Awww, you posted another barn for Barn Charm... you're too sweet, Jacob, you're too darn sweet! =) Thank you muches & bunches!!! =)

I wish it was mine, too, especially seeing as how it's in COLORADO!!! =)

Small City Scenes said...

Sweet---hey I see a horse. I really like it now. And that must be a tractor but I first thought maybe a cherry red hotrod hiding there. My imagination running away with me again. MB

cieldequimper said...

What a beauty, the wood is gorgeous!

Halcyon said...

Indeed this is a charming barn. And I like the painted effect.

Re our house search: It seems that we are going to get the townhouse. It actually has quite a few advantages over the first home we really liked. It's bigger, has more storage and is convenient to both downtown and where my husband works. Plus, right across the street there is a street called Halcyon Lane! I am seeing a new blogger profile pic in my future. :)

Amin said...

Very beautiful...The colors of the sky are very interesting...

Amin said...

Thank You very much for Your beautiful words! I wish all the bests to You and to Your family!

joo said...

Lovely! I could do with this beauty!
And Jacob, big hug for Pookie - she is sweet!

bfarr said...

Nice lookin' barn.

Cezar and Léia said...

Really a charming barn and I love the sky effect!
Léia

tapirgal said...

Wow, how unusual. It doesn't look like any American barn I've ever seen. I would think European style, but maybe not really. Anyway, interesting for sure.

Francisca said...

I echo others, charming barn... and interesting post-processing.