Red Charm

   When we hear Barn what comes in our mind is  red but some barns are not but the equipment around are red,     see it for yourself. Can you find it?

Two different barns but both are charming.


                                           My BARN CHARM and RUBY RED TUESDAY



Comments

Ralph said…
The barn shape (any style of roof), is always classic. We think of red as being the true color of the barn - but the gray one you show us is equally beautiful. In front of the gray building is a tiny bit or red - the tractor. So each view is thus perfect for RT - a lot or a little red! Nice!
what a peaceful scene ~
Vernz said…
Classic American scene.... love all these photos.. so sad we don;t have one of these in the Phils.. :)
Very classic view. Things that I can't see here...
Ruta said…
They are both beautiful!
Rose said…
I love that bottom one with stone foundation.
Mari said…
Nice barns! I love the second one with the stone foundation!
chubskulit said…
Wow I love that last one!
Tanya said…
i love both but my favorite is the second!
Anonymous said…
Yes, ma'am, I see it! =)

Great finds & I love that stone foundation on the gray barn... very nicely taken care of, too!

Thank you for joining Barn Charm =)
Judy said…
They both are nice, but I too love the second one with it's stone foundation.
Mel Cole said…
oh wow, may barn ka pala manang kim and lots of equipments. very nice pictures.
Angela said…
I do like both barns! They are both beautiful!
Great photos ~ Love barns ~ thanks, Carol ~ namaste, (A Creative Harbor) Ruby Tuesday
Carletta said…
I love the first composition Kim and the stone foundation of the second one.
Nice shots!!
Ann said…
Have you been to a barn dance
I have not.
Ebie said…
The blue paint on the second barn is quite a deviation from the usual red!

Nice to be in such rustic landscape.
Cheryl said…
Yes, you are right. Both are charming.
Candace said…
Great photos! I love barns and farm photos so much. Thanks so much for the visit and the comment. I've enjoyed viewing your entry this morning. Blessings!
Carolina Mts said…
Wonderful old barns!
Hi Kim, I love the worn faded red of all barns. We have a lot like that around here. Thank you for visiting my blog. I would be more than happy to send you some white marigold seeds. I have the old blossoms hanging and drying out and as soon as they are ready I will slip them in the mail. There is an email form on my blog sidebar where you can send me an email with your mailing address. xo Lynn
Carole said…
Yes, they are both charming. Is that second one just a bit bowed, or is it just the perspective? Great building!

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Muhammad-Dadan said…
Both are great building that i have ever seen. I can't find it in Indonesia.

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