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Interesting: Barns were normally painted red because red was the cheapest paint to buy. When you would see a white one from the road the other side you didn't see was often painted red.

Edgmon hay barn (circa 1920) at south end of Boxley Valley in northwest Arkansas. Located at trailhead parking area for Buffalo River Trail and Upper Buffalo River Wilderness Area. by danjdavis

As much as I love the city this is such a beautiful and peaceful site. Wouldn't mind waking up to that every morning

Abandoned barn.... can you imagine the challenge of making this livable?!

You would think after a couple years in WI I would have gotten my red barn fix...still love the site of it.

This reminds me of Dorothy. Feels like there should be a tornado in the background and a girl in a blue checkered dress with her dog in the foreground.

If I had my grandparents farm which is about 5 miles from me I'd paint the barns like this one. I love the creativity. It is so sunny.

#landreth style with photoshop layers and textures.

I wish I could get this image in a print, it would hang in my home for sure. Evokes the snuggly feeling I want in my Home.

❤ The old barn ain't quite as red as it used to be...REMINDS ME OF MY AUNTS COB SHED.

Little White Barn - Autumn Wisconsin