Saturday, February 18, 2012

Back Roads Beauty: Seeing Red!

A freshly remodeled farmhouse.



One recent sparkling, fresh snow morning, I went out on an adventure on the dirt roads...



A beautiful barn house!


And I brought you home some  RED!







I knew you'd like the bright color against the snow.







And the soft white does make the red stand right out to this eye.






There are many shades, and they all speak to me.





R.E.A.L.L.Y.  R.E.D.





Beautiful dormers.






















There is beauty all around you.  Sometimes, you just have to go out and actively look for it!




Have a blessed weekend, all of you dear blog readers!




PS:  You are still here, aren't you??





10 comments:

Rita said...

Yes, still here. :) Enjoying colorful pictures, your stories and recipes. Also, lots of other things that pass through your blog. It's one of my favorites.

Linda said...

Stunning!!!

peggy said...

I always like the pictures you make for us. The red tour was beautiful.

Echoes From the Hill said...

Beautiful photos! I want to live in your neighborhood!
nancyr

lil red hen said...

These are all grand! We just don't have barns around our area like these; most are in pretty bad shape with rusty metal roofs, some pieces blown off and never replaced. Our barns are all made with steel truses ~ no character ~ just usefulness.

I always find your blog very interesting!

mary your sis said...

Beautiful! I especially loved the red home with all the crisp, white trim! All the red is very cheerful during the grey days of winter. Lovely!

aimee said...

LOVE red houses and barns...there is just something special about that color! Thanks:)
Blessings,
Aimee

Amy @ Homestead Revival said...

So true! I could move in that first house in a second!! Love it!

Anonymous said...

I love the red against the white snow! How beautiful! The pictures you post make me dream of living in the country someday. Keep the posts coming! Stephanie

Kathie Truitt said...

I'm still here! I've never left you. I love this. What kind of camera do you use?