Life on a family farm
in the wilds of
Upstate New York
Good ones. Looks a little eerie in the fog.
Great shots! I love pix of old and new barns alike!
Truly an amazing building and so very large! I love all the fog photos.
Great shots, I especially love the one in the fog.
I love the foggy shot too. It looks like it was a great old building in it's day.
Love 'em. Thanks for sharing!
I really like the fog shots. Looks a bit desolate.
Doesn't matter what the weather, old barns are always photogenic.
Great shots!!! :-)
Nice barns & shots!
Interesting looking old barns in your area! :)
Thank you all for your kind words! The two barns are our own heifer barn, which we do use in summer, some of the time, and our old hop house, which serves now as a machinery shed. I love having the hop house, a tribute to some of the less well-known history of the area, which as the major hop growing regions during the mid 1800s. Seems cool that our farm was a part of all that. There are still a few papery hop husks caught in the rafters and drying racks of the old building.
I love this barn, structurally beautiful. :)
I love that barn, actually all of the photos. The history of them speaks loudly.Lindahttp://coloradofarmlife.wordpress.com http://deltacountyhistoricalsociety.wordpress.com
What is it about old barns?More character than a cathedral.
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