Sunday, November 22, 2015

East Gwillimbury Farm

A rather typical East Gwillimbury farm in early November

Note the old Ontario farmhouse and the green barns. I never noticed until I started blogging that there are many GREEN barns in my area. Still, I'm surprised when readers tell me how unusual they are where they live.

I am joining the Barn Collective HERE

26 comments:

Nancy Chan said...

Love the gold all around the farm. Have a blessed Sunday!

Andy said...

You got the colours popping in this shot.

Jeevan said...

That’s a pretty old farmhouse, and of course, I am seeing the green barns only in your blog. Beautiful capture!

Francisco Manuel Carrajola Oliveira said...

Uma bela fotografia.
Um abra├žo e bom Domingo.

PerthDailyPhoto said...

Not to mention the blue silo EG! The colours work so well together, this is a very well maintained farm.

eileeninmd said...

Good morning, I like the green barn and the blue silo. Wonderful farm and image. Happy Sunday, enjoy your new week!

Tom said...

A rather typical East Gwillimbury farm in early November is a beautiful sight! Green barns are quite rare in my area.Thanks for sharing a part of your world this week. I hope that you will return again.

Sandra said...

first i noticed the red house, then the green grass following the road, did not eve see the green barn until i read your comments. have never seen any green barns around here

Author R. Mac Wheeler said...

Green? That sounds so wrong ;O)

Lowell said...

That's an iconic farm shot! I am one of those who find green barns unusual ... but I like them!

Diana said...

Love the expanse of the field and landscape. Green barns, very nice, but have only seen red or unpainted ones in the states?

Lea said...

A very pretty scene!

Rose said...

I do love this scene...love the way the lane leads back to the farm. I can think of one green barn that is fairly close to us...and it is at least 45 minutes away.

cieldequimper said...

The blue really pops out!

Gayle said...

Color, color everywhere on this farm---very nice.

William Kendall said...

I'm used to green barns. There was one across the road from us where I grew up.

Lois said...

I'm pretty sure I have never seen a green barn before. I like it!

Linda W. said...

What a pretty farm scene and nice capture!

TexWisGirl said...

neat colors!

Michelle said...

No green barns here. More natural wood and black barns. Love that old house.

Kate Neal Virginia Ann Hargis said...

wooden barns are of most interesting here.

Kathy said...

Yep, I only recall having seen one green barn here in Texas. But what I love about this photo is the blue of the silo and the roof on the house!

Felicia said...

beautiful scene. i rarely see green barns in my area. they are mostly red, faded red or just raw weathered wood.

Kay said...

Now you've got me wondering about barn colors. I've seen some red ones; many are wooden. Now I'll have to start taking notice. And I know I've never seen a blue silo!
This photo almost looks like primitive style artwork.

Margaret Adamson said...

Most traditional barns in the UK are red. Lovel country shot

Jennifer A. Jilks said...

We have red ones! I like the green, though!

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