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Theda Weatherly

Thanks for Your Interest in Capture

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One Flag One Land by Lori Deiter

A patriotic farm in upstate New York.

Old barn and sheep - Painting Art by Suzie Seerey-Lester

Old barn and sheep - Painting Art by Suzie Seerey-Lester - Nature Art & Wildlife Art - Wildlife - Seerey-Lester Art

Winter Splendor # 96, Barn Photography, Pictures of Barns, Barn Print, Red Barn Photo, Rustic Barn Photo, Barn Wall Art

Color photograph printed on Kodak Professional Endura Premier Lustre paper, not inkjet.

Barn 023

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Green Barn

Near Fort Klamath - Oregon

Old Wood Barn Lamar, Missouri

Old Wood Barn Lamar Missouri

Old Barn at End of country Lane by dandavis

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Red Barn White Cloud by David T Wilkinson

Red Barn White Cloud Photograph by David T Wilkinson

hidden barn

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A Iowa Brick Barn by Wayne Stabnaw

A Iowa Brick Barn Photograph by Wayne Stabnaw

The State's Oldest Barn

The state’s oldest barn can be found in Chester County. It has been there, according to research, since 1753. There is a gable stone that says 1724, but the owner believes that comes from a barn that previously occupied the site and was incorporated into the new barn. The date stone in the brick farm house says 1724. Unlike most barns that survive today in Pennsylvania, this one is a one-level barn or a ground barn. And unlike most barns in Pennsylvania, this one is of English ancestry…

Old Barns, Old Times

Villines Barn on Firetower Road Wonder why so many folks love old barns? It could be childhood memories. I can still remember every "nook and cranny" in my grandparents' barn. Or maybe it's the nostalgia of a simpler way of life. I love them and over the nine years we have lived up here, I have "collected" quite a few. Some are no longer with us. Hedges Barn near the Buffalo River Jack and I discovered this old barn on a hike several years ago. It was once part of a homestead that was bought…