Unknown Hidden Barns   2 comments

I say these are hidden barns for obvious reasons, at least two of them, anyway.  And I say unknown because I have forgotten where they are, except to say that they are likely somewhere in Daviess County, Missouri.

The other thing is: two of them are likely not actually barns, but some other kind of out building. It’s kind of hard to tell, especially since I don’t recall where I took their photos so I can go back for a closer look.

What it boils down to is that Mr. Photographer didn’t do his job. I need to start leaving a small notebook in my car so that when I’m out and about and do a bit of photography, I can note where and what impressions I have at the time. It’s not a bad idea for anyone who likes to engage in a bit of photography while they’re out and about.

Click on the images for a larger photo. Comments are always welcome.

Feel free to visit my Barns! Barns! Barns! flickr photostream where you can participate by uploading your own photos of old barns, farm houses and anything else old farm-related. You can find it here.

©2013 Cris Coleman All Rights Reserved

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  1. I have a site on face book called C A B (crazy about barns) come check it out and join in. It is a site with lots of barn pictures and a lot they are all Michigan barns so far there are some cool ones.

    • Thanks.
      1. Do I have to be logged into facebook, because I don’t do facebook because of facebook’s attitude toward personal privacy, which is, there is none on facebook.
      2. I guess I WOULD have to be logged into facebook if I had anything to upload, although I’m in MO not MI.
      3. I’m not familiar (anymore) with facebook to know how to get to C A B (spaces included?)

      Thanks for the invite, although I’m not sure how I could participate. If I don’t have to login to facebook, I can at least look at your barns. 🙂

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