Monday, July 16, 2012

Barn Charm

I decided to take a detour off Interstate 5 
somewhere south of Eugene. 
As I drove quietly through the pastoral landscape, 
I happened upon this charming barn. 
I just had to stop and photograph it - 
apparently it is also trying to send a message...

Somewhere in Oregon
(6/16/12)


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8 comments:

Tricia Hays said...

I read about that on another blog a couple of weeks ago, too... Beautiful barn, love that dark barn wood, the doors & windows! =)

Sylvia K said...

I do love this barn, Linnea! What great captures and what wonderful blue skies for a backdrop! Have a beautiful week!

George said...

You found a beautiful barn on your 'detour' through the countryside.

Beth said...

i'm not sure why ... but i always enjoy barns that have ads or notes of protest against something going on in their part of town. guess they feel strong about that issue. great views. (:

Rose said...

It is a beauty! Love the weathered wood tones.

Tanya said...

that's a beautiful barn!

Jenn Jilks said...

You took a Daycaytion! I love them.
We'll hop in the car, find something to visit, and then keep driving!
Greetings from Cottage Country!

Carole said...

May as well make your feeling known, and what better place than the side of your barn? lol

I haven't heard about any annexation fights, but it wouldn't surprise me. There have been quite a few over the years in my own area. Farm land being annexed into the city limits and used as industrial or housing development land. Many residents are in favor because they want their own property annexed (big money when they decide to sell). Thankfully, most areas have strict farm use laws in effect.

Great shot.

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