Sunday, January 31, 2016

The Barn Collective, January 31, 2016

Prentiss County, Mississippi, USA, January 19, 2016

Every day
Old barns die,
And new barns are born.

Jackson, Tennessee, USA, July 22, 2015

"I'm going to be a Big Red Barn when I grow up!"

Have a Blessed Day!

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  1. Love your "I'm going to be a big red barn when I grow up!" Great photos Lea :)

  2. Looks like the roof in the first one had a few more years in it.

  3. Now that's not avery happy barn! Though we have aome like that here too.

  4. Lea, barns are just like life, there are always beginnings and endings. Thanks for sharing at The Barn Collective this week and I look forward to more barns from your neck of the woods.

  5. I would love to know what the old one looked like in its former life, and would love to have the new one in my back yard.

  6. Cute. I thought about posting the pile of barn boards and beams that my dad packed up and took home to use as paneling on our walls back in the late sixties. Sometimes old barns are reborn in a different way.

  7. Poor old barn! The new one is very cute though.

  8. I always hate to see those old barns disappear. The new little one is quite quaint.

  9. What a striking contrast. The very very old versus the very very old. It is so sad to see it being left to fall to its feet. I hate to see this, but it is the way of lots of old farmers these days who cannot afford to keep them up.


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