you have me there ... that tiny window ... i wonder? so curious. we have got to make a trip & ask them right away. (:
I like the faded red wood on this barn. It is rather weird that it only has one tiny window. :0)
I love this photo, Terri. Very nice!
The tiny window, yes, interesting...
Hahaha that is pretty cool one window. The only one I guess.Kim,USA
Hey that is a nice barn - wish the owners would give it a little paint - wouldn't it be nice?
Kind of looks like they have put new boards up by the window. Love it
That is an interesting window! Great old barn.
oh I LOVE this photograph!!!!!! awesome!!!!! shading, tones and colors are all awesome.
It would be creepy to see someone looking back through that window. Love all the grass around the barn.
You're this close --- please go check out!! Very unusual for this size of a barn. Must hold tractors and combines of all sizes??
Nice old barn and that window is intriguing!
The patchwork boards look like someone is keeping it up.I like the almost invisible door.I would have thought the window would be closer to the door.I'll go along with Beth but she has to be the one to ask. :)
what a great looking old barn...love the old barn boards!!
This is a great looking barn, I love the faded red! Such a small window for that large a barn, isn't it?
Great looking barn, but that one little window is indeed curious!
Love how this barn is aging. It has so much character! The wondow is a puzzler, that's for sure.
yes it is quite a peculiar window! love that barn though!
That window is the first thing I noticed. It is odd - why just the one lone window?
Now you got me wondering! Great shot...love the rusty roof
i know what i would use that window for, hiding and snapping pics so people would not know. it is odd to have it there, maybe they had a horse who was claustrophobic and needed to see out?
What a charming old barn! The tiny little window certainly adds to its character.
Hmmmm...have no idea what it's for. Great barn picture though!
Love the shape of the roof!
I like such climatic photographs. I am greeting
Great barn!Love the patina on that barn too!!
it sure looks out of place, doesn't it? i wonder what it's purpose is! LoL!Thanks for joining =)
That's a classic!
what a sweet place!
Barns were hard to heat (actually, no heat), class was expensive, . .. so you would only put class near where you may need light to work on something.If class was added near animals stalls, it could get broken and hurt the animals.If you need light to clean out stalls, you would have the doors open anyway. Great photo.
Is there a pond just out of sight of this shot? I suspect that window could be the owners duck blind.
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