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The bright red is really cheery.
Sure is, and I am trying to find the cheery spots these days, just like everyone else.
Bright red against the white snow and blue sky is just perfect. 😊
Thank you! 😉
Wow! Wow! Wow! I love it! Looks amazing, beautiful, great! The details like the ceiling, inc contrast with the snow and the blue sky, inspiring a story. Thank’s for share Julie.
You are welcome! Happy Thursday!
Happy Thursday too!
I really love the old buildings, they are so picturesque! Good job, Julie. 🙂
Love that red! Never heard of an Ale Farm before.
I think maybe that was the family name, because I couldn’t find what kind of a farm they were in mt online search.
I wondered. But I also wondered if it was a farm that produced ale, which was a big drink back in the day.
Lovely captures. I’m such a sucker for an old red barn.
My favorite color! I love seeing old barns painted red, they stand out so pretty!
I always brake for old barns. LOL!
“I brake for barns” and “I brake for birds” would be great bumper stickers!
What a remarkable building and beautiful too. Those shingles are amazing.
It was really interesting. I’m not quite sure why the builders decided to mix shingles and clapboard.