away for the weekend: barn charm - londonderry, vermont

Tuesday, April 2, 2013

barn charm - londonderry, vermont

Last weekend, Greg and I stayed home to celebrate Easter with our family.
And while I'm sure there are barns in the Boston suburbs - well, I didn't see any.
So this snowy barn is from a couple weeks back -
which is just as well, because this week's focal length is 100 mm,
and so the challenge really begins...


Can you guess what it was about this barn that caught my eye?


:-)
Fortunately, we're beginning to see the first signs of Spring at home -
and even managed to take our first warm-up bike ride of the season.
Yep - there's hope.
How is the season shaping up where you are?



21 comments:

  1. It’s already summer here Karen! The temperature kept rising… it’s so cool to see snow in your blog. Lovely snow barn :)

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  2. In my opinion the snow actually enhanced the grand old barn.

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  3. Great barn and I love the sign! Most of the snow has melted here but the temps don't want to warm up much.

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  4. I am so glad you were able to spend some time with your family.....
    That first shot could be in a magazine; perfect composition and edit....love the lab sign too....

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  5. great barn - and great sign. :)

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  6. Love the way the snow is drifted around the grand, old barn.

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  7. Incredible wooden barn! Love the light on that rich old wood! Great shot! Hope you had a wonderful, blessed Easter! By the way, we used to camp a good bit and most of the time it was uneventful! :-)

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  8. oh, this barn is nice...real nice! I would love to see it from all angles.

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  9. I love it! What a neat barn. I'm glad the weather is getting better for you guys! It's still kind of chilly here (in the 50s today) but this weekend should be nicer. I'm ready for sun and warmth!

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  10. Well, I like your barn with all the snow. Now the sign? I think somebody had a wicked sense of humor.
    It's been warmer here and our snow is stating to melt. But guess what ? we have 3 days of snow and snow flurries forecast.

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  11. i bet that barn is good for snow fall ... it looks like it would just roll or slide right off. great views. ( :

    ok, don't hit me but i have to say this because i know the hubby would say it to me if he was here ... is it a SLOW lab (as in mentally) or is SLOW DOWN there is a lab dog in the way? just wondering? think about it?!?! we need to change those signs to be correct in their proper English. right??!

    have a great week. here's to spring. we are still looking?? no where in sight. so far.

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  12. Beautiful barn. I like the snow on the steel roof ridges. There were lots of motorbikes and bicycles out here on the weekend but one would be very cold today on one. Pamela from Canada

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  13. Love the barns you capture. I'm ready to take the blowdryer to the snowbanks here. :)

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  14. The snow and shadows you captures make these photos even more special --great job.

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  15. I really love the shape of this barn and what looks like two different types of wood on the front. The lab sign made me smile - so sweet. Great shot!
    I know you're ready for spring but I love the snow scene. :)
    We may finally reach the 50 degree mark this week.

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  16. That's a great barn & looks beautiful in the snow... It has dropped from 70 on Saturday to the 30's & 40's this week... no fair, I'm so looking forward to Spring =)

    Thanks so much for joining =)

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  17. what a wonderful find!! i adore the second shot!!

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  18. That's one neat barn. Thanks for sharing it with us.

    Noteworthy Musings - Barn Charm 129

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  19. Nice looking barn. The wood speaks of time and memory, while the snow speaks of season. And, we stand still marveling at the inexplicable mysteries hidden within and around the barn. The shots are great. I am enjoying your posts.

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