The Journey

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If you travel across the Midwest Plains you will find pastures and fields laid out like a quilt as far as the eye can see.  The plains are dotted by farms from different eras, each holding their own against the elements, economy, and time.

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  1. This barn looks like a patchwork quilt. Very lovely textures.

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    1. Thanks, I hadn't seen the barn as a quilt when I wrote this. You are so right.

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  2. Love this layout. The colors are perfect and I love the texture!

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  3. Wow! What a great way to show the awesome pictures!!

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  4. it's great to see them from different angles :)

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  5. Simply Beautiful!

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  6. WOW. Simply A-mazing photos! Thank you SO much for linking up w/ us for FAF!!

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  7. Big sky country. Richard

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  8. This really reminds me of a barn over in Illinois...can't think which highway it is on. I like it, of course. I have photos almost just like it.

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    1. You may have seen it Rose, it's off of Highway 116 in Illinois. I found that area to be prime for "barn hunting"!

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  9. Oh I love these colors...

    =)

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  10. What a beautiful series of images. Quiet and comfortable.
    Thanks for sharing

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  11. Get a load of that awesome cupola, gorgeous... the barn is, too, of course! Love it

    Thanks so much for joining in & linking up to this week's Barn Charm =)

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    1. I wish I see the view from that cupola, thanks Tricia!

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  12. love the cupola. (:

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  13. This is a gorgeous barn!

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  14. So quaint n rustic...love it!

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  15. We don't have plains around here in East Texas. Everything is so full of trees and brush. Mostly pine trees! These are beautiful!!

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  16. Great shots! I love that style of barn.

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  17. Love the worn and torn texture you've applied. It really fits the life and feel of the prairie!!

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  18. What an awesome barn! It stands there like a lovely piece of sculpture on the canvas of the plains!
    Your post processing is lovely!

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    1. Thanks Carletta, that is a beautiful description

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  19. I love your triptych! :)

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  20. That barn is so simple, beautiful and timeless!

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    1. Thanks Lish, that's what I love about it too!

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  21. Your photos and textures are beautiful.

    Mary

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