Sunday, May 21, 2017

The Barn Collective, May 21, 2017

McNairy County, Tennessee, USA, May 16, 2016
Because this barn was near an intersection of two roads, I was able to get three views of it.
This is the east side.

Here is the view from the south.

And then the west side. I am afraid that the next strong wind will being it down.
Your bird for today is...

Lee County, Mississippi, USA, April 5, 2017

...a Killdeer, Charadrius vociferus, a member of the Plover family.

Have a Blessed Day!

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  1. ...oh my Lea, your barn this week is in sadder condition than mine! Someone would pay big money for that rusty roofing. Thanks so much for sharing this week. Make your week special.

  2. Poor thing--how sad to let it just go like that.
    I do like the Kildeer. To me it means Spring has arrived.

  3. That barn is looking pretty rough!

  4. It does seem to be on its last leg!

  5. Not sure how that one is still standing!

  6. Great barn shots and pretty kildeer.

  7. Not much left of that barn.
    There are quite a few killdeers here where I live. I like to see them run, they remind me of little roadrunners. : )


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