You have some beautiful barns in your area. I love these photos.
ja dan heb je deze ruimte ook nodig.
Dearest Theresa,It sure is a lonely looking barn. Quonset hut must be the smaller building behind the it. Haha, I needed to check the word "Quonsethut".Happy I had time to be here earlier today♡♡♡Sending you lots of love and hugs from Japan to my American photographer friend, xoxo Miyako*
A lovely barn, and a strangely graceful quonset hut too
love that rusted roof. glad to see it is not lonely. important & great to know. have a great week. ( :
Glad it is not too lonely! What do they use the quonset hut for? Storage? Great shots!
Ah... the vibrant colours of rust!
You're right, looks lonely.
Hola!!!...Beautiful pictures.. Congrats and regards..
We went "barn-storming" yesterday, and saw quite a few quonset huts. I actually thought about that word itself - strange word that it is.Happy Barn Charm!
I like the shot "hiding" the quonset building. ;) LOL! The beautiful shades of blue and browns echoed in the roof and barn are amazing!! blessings ~ tanna
do you know if they use the quonset hut? love the trees on either end of the hut
Great patchwork roof and beautiful blue sky. Lots of nifty barns near you.
I'd take it. I've got to find a way to venture into Texas before I die and sail on to wherever. Hopefully up! It always looks so beautiful in your photos.
And I bet both are in good condition.
Some new homes in Colorado put an acid wash on their tin roofs to get that rusted look! Great barn.
I bet those old walls could tell the great stories. It looks like another barn back behind it, or an addition of the main subject... have a Happy week~
Barns are always so emotional anyway. :-P
Does anything live there?
Morning Tex yes it does look lonely. Happy Presidents Day. Hug B
I love the way it sits out they on that open field - so much sky!
The odd couple :-)
I never know what I'm going to see next on your blog, Tex. What strange juxtaposition of barny stuff... :-)
I remember when some kind of can looked like that when you took off the label...I wish I could remember what was in the can. I love the arc building...is that the quonset hut? *sniff, sniff* I still want it....*sniff, sniff*
Great photographs of some very cool looking structures! So glad the rusty-roofed barn has a close neighbor for company.
Barn charm today yippee. Mind you hate to be in those when it is raining. Have a magnificent Monday.Best wishes Molly
What a cool, rusty barn. We have lots of those around here. I wish I had one on my property!
Very rustic looking..I like the view!
It sure is charming though Tex! It has a charming fence keeping it company too! And a lovely Texas blue sky.. :)
But deliciously rusty...
Beautiful! I love the gold field next to it! I always think the yellow sets off all of the rusty goodness! :)
Lonely and majectic with that rusted roof!
they're like the odd couple
You can make anything look good! These two do look like suited pair.
If you find another one, they become the three stooges.
That is a 'big' quonset. Hmmm... I like the old barn better! Nice shots.
Wow that could be here. I need to go over and take a picture of the Quonset hut on our property. Some one from my family has lived in it since 1963 :) it is so cute inside.
Best regards from France...Pierre
I'm a big fan of the quonset style of building. Rugged, simple, and stands up to the weather well.
Love the pattern of rust on the roof!
The whole place looks lonely! But the driveway looks well used, as do the buildings; so there must be some folks around to use and care for them.
Thought about you while in Arkansas --since we saw so many lovely barns while traveling the country roads...Great barn ---and that quonset hut is interesting looking. Wonder what they store in there?Hugs,Betsy
I LOVE that long gravel-y driveway...
It looks neglected too!!
That's a character barn Theresa.Felicia
Great old barn for the day!
I like the barn alone and the wider shot showing its setting. The shots make a good Barn Charm post.
I think it looks better without the quonset hut....heh
Theresa, indeed looks lonely barnanyway beautiful Texas barn ;)
It is lonely looking . I wonder if it is being used. MB
It looks abandoned.
That roof is great, I like rust on buildings.
texas barns are gorgeous, it seems that most you show us are still in use!!the hubs would drive right up that driveway, i would hop out and introduce myself. if you tell them you are a "photographer" that works well!!well we are, photographers, and i'd like a closer look!!
Love the barn...not so much the quonset! :-)
Someone went bold with their design and made a pitched roof! There always is a rebel among the crowd.
Two friends in the field.... :) Nice.
Love the colorful roof on the barn! Never underestimate the usefulness of a mere quonset.. ha. We have a mini-quonset (formerly the neighbor's hog hut). I think it's rather cute.. and the li'l donks use it as an "extra" shelter for wind etc :) -Tammy
I've got a thing for old barns.
Oh, I love the colours of the ground and sky.
Love these photos.Thank goodness you absolved me of my gluttony. I think everyone else is MAD. ;-)
Beautiful barns ...Lovely pictures...Regards.
Much more interesting detail in the first photo.
Charming barn and I love the roof! Is that another rusty-roofed barn behind it?
Dearest Theresa,Very clever story telling with two photos! Hugs,Mariette
I'm glad the barn has some company! We have quite a few of those quonset hut buildings around here, they are pretty cool! Some are really big too!
Lonely looks indeed. Sadly we have lots of abandoned farmsteds in our county. And oh how I loved you big stick dog. With that big of a stick and big dog I'd stay you have a good start on homeland security...:)
I love the old style barn, and this is one.
I like the rust with the dead grass. I never knew what those buildings were called, still don't know what it's for. LOL
So charming! I really like the rosty roof1 :)
I don't know what a quonset hut is...But it makes me think, you must have some vast spaces in your neck of the woods...or country...
You love that :)
A lovely ode to rusty roofs and old barns that have yet to give up their charm.
I have a friend who grew up in a Quonset Hut. I always wondered what that would be like. She lives in a regular house now. I think she likes square rooms. Nice Texas barn!
The rust definitely gives character, I like it.
We have quonset huts out here. I have never liked them, but I do like the barn next to it.
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Iwonder if the roof was made up of old bits of tin sheeting or if it just rusted in that random way ?peter
I'm missing seeing those barns from down there.
Looks very nice, seems to be a lovely area there. Enjoy your day!
Very nice barn Tex!Great shots too!Have a lovely week!Dimi..
What the heck is it about rusty barn roofs that just tugs on my heartstrings?
It is a lovely, but lonely, looking barn. At least the Quonset hut keeps it company. I once spent a few nights in one of those in Nome, AK. Brrr!
I love the look of the wide open spaces in your photos.
Poor little thing. It doesn't look like it's getting any TLC either.
Looks like a pretty impressive fence around it.
I love that rusty roof!
Lonely, but a great one.
What a peaceful setting!
Love the rusted roof on the barn. The quonset hut must be newer as it dosn't have any rust yet.
Down there, you must have barns EVERYWHERE...here I have to go hunting but it sure is easier with this new camera!...:)JP
Good to have company! That quonset hut looks more like what we see here, although most of them are as rusty as the barn.
I love the lonely barn. Looks like home.
When I was a kid, and WW2 had been won, there were quite a few Quonset Huts that were put up, mostly I think for people to live in while they built a house. Then they had a home and a nice little storage building!Jo
Love the color of that rust! Just hearing those two words (Quonset hut) takes me directly back to boot camp and a lot of memories...Nice pics!
Love that first shot.
Quite rustic looking.
I like both but boy, those trees there to the right look wonderful, too. You mission, should you choose to accept it, is to go back and take pictures of the trees! This message does not self-destruct.
Love the tin on that roof! How quaint!
Lonely indeed, but a lovely shot!
Love that.... and I bet that you think I dies... but I have been silently stalking you...Miss ya!
Old and new side by side. Is the quonset used mostly to store equipment? Doesn't seem that it would be suitable for cattle. The old tin roof is determined to hang on, it seems.
A little rusted, too, but that just adds to the character!
I love the barn and your new profile picture is wonderful....you have such a great smile! Heidi
What part of the military is your husband in?
I guess it's not lonely, after all!
What a clash of styles! I think I know which I like most!Cheers - Stewart M - Melbourne
This is a desert prairie?
Hello Teresa,Very beautiful to see the landscape around this barn. And what a great bly sky...!!Many greetings,Marco
ypical "Wild West"? Yours sincerely. :)
Thanks for the spelling lesson....I have FINALLY learned how to spell "quonset". It is a wee bit lonesome looking, but it is still pretty. While I was lost on my Joy Ride Sunday, I spotted a Texas style gated/fenced entry to a LARGE home. Cannot wait to post it. They are few and far between in these here woods. genie
Nice metal barn- and rusty roof! I always think military when I see those Quonset buildings.
Nice shot it does look lonely...
Awwww.... its peaceful, yet sad...
lonely, worn but still distinctive!love barns!
Nice barn photo.The rustier ones make more interesting photos. I like this one.
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