Monday, February 27, 2017

Barns of Tennessee

Oh, but for the beauty of those old, abandoned and vintage barns that we all love to photograph as we travel, off the beaten path, and drive, the scenic byways, throughout our countryside.

Visiting my archives, I encountered numerous images that I began to collect in a separate folder titled simply Barns. Before long I had assembled quite a collection of barn images from across quite a few states. Each time I opened the folder the barns seemed to scream, 'please put up a post and feature me." I finally surrendered and now what you have before you is a collection of images from the Volunteer State of Tennessee.

Are you ready? Here we go with a few of those beautiful icons that dot our landscape.


Historic Barn at a Homestead, Cade's Cove, Great Smoky Mountains National Park, Tennessee



Barn and Horse, Winter's Snowfall, Hendersonville, Tennessee



Old Barn, Summer, Leiper's Fork, Tennessee



Vintage Barn and Conveyor, Spring, Portland, Tennessee



Red Barn in Spring, Portland, Tennessee




Barn and Pond, Evin's Mill, Smithville, Tennessee


I hope you enjoyed my look back at some of the barns I have encountered in my travels across the state of Tennessee. I would love to know your favorite if you have one. I'll be back to post another collection of barn images I've captured across the beautiful state of Kentucky very soon. I hope your week is off to a wonderful start. ENJOY!

Linking to The Barn Collective

16 comments :

  1. What a great collection, I've been to Smithville and I noticed that Tennessee has a bunch of "Villes." Thanks for stopping by.

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  2. Hard to choose a favorite from among these wonderful barns, but I pick the long red barn with the yellow wildflowers - the sky, the tree, the flowers make a perfect setting for the barn!

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    1. Oh I love that one too. The yellow and red with the blue sky just can't beat that. Carol

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  3. I do love Tennessee. I have relatives in Greeneville so I know that area. And, I travel through the eastern part on my way from my home in Virginia to my sons' in north Alabama. Beautiful state.

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    1. Thank you for stopping by. I love eastern Tennessee. Carol

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  4. Nice series of barn pictures.

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  5. I love that vintage barn and the spring barn. Not many barns where I live but lots of snow! Hope you're well, Carol.

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    1. So glad you are well. You guys are getting tons of snow. It's Spring here. All is well. Carol

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  6. All beauties, but that last is my favorite from my home state!

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  7. Nice group of barns! Like that one with the round roof.

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  8. I love to hunt out barns too. this is a gorgeous collection Carol.

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