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Sweeping Landscapes and Barns En Route


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Phebe's Barn Built in 1885

I am told this picturesque Virginia barn was built in 1885.

 It was and is still well used

and belongs to my friends “down the road.”


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Barn n Slope

A Virginia Barn in the Shenandoah Valley

There is a big white barn I can see from home

but can never get quite the right angle

or the trees are in leaf

and the barn disappears

lost and entwined in a tangle.

Then winter clears the brush and trees,

continuing each season’s story,

and there it is, the big white barn,

revealed in a world of faded glory.













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Sweeping Landscapes and Barns En Route

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Little White Barn

All manner of creatures munch critter-salads

in that field,

living in harmony upon a giving land

that was seeded by a loving hand.

But the little white barn is shelter

 from harsh winds and stinging cold

and offers safety, unaware

of creeping disrepair

and like a devoted mother she waits and calls,

“Come home.”

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Did they paint the barn to match the truck

or buy the truck to match the barn?

Did they Paint the Barn to Match the Truck


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Sometimes I miss the most beautiful vistas “right under my nose”.  This is a friend’s old barn.  She says it was constructed around 1850, just before her farmhouse was built in that same era.  The barn is still in use for two horses. How did I miss photographing this before?  The view from the road is like looking back in time.  I hope she will allow me to photograph her house too.  Wish I had a fancier camera!

Phebe's Barn 2

Phebe's Barn Built in 1885

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