Monday, April 9, 2012

April 9


How do you like this cute little barn we found this weekend? I don't think I've ever seen a barn with a design in the roof. From a distance you can really see the rooster design.

For more barns, visit Tricia at Bluff Area Daily.

30 comments:

Maple Lane said...

I love this! I've never seen anything like it! I've got to tell my blog friend Paula to pay you a visit - she will love this too!

Linnea said...

Now that's creative!

Beth said...

love it!! i'm sold. we were going to put a design on our house roof when we built it but the hubby changed his mind. so creative. love it!! (:

EG CameraGirl said...

This roof is unique and very cool!

Glenda said...

Now that's a roof to crow about! Sorry, I couldn't resist! This must be a very special place to someone, who put much thought into planning it.

Paula said...

Oh my goodness~ that is wonderful! How can I talk my hubby into doing this to our barn... hmmm.. :)

Carol said...

Great shot of this unusual barn! Love that roof.

barbara l. hale said...

I love that rooster on the roof! Great find!

TexWisGirl said...

that made me laugh! so clever!

Kathy said...

So unique. Someone in this family is brainy!

Cheryl @ The Farmer's Daughter said...

That is the neatest thing! I've never seen a design on the roof quite like that. Very creative! Love the red barn.

Elaine said...

I like it a lot! That took a bit of thought to get that design on the roof.

Susanna said...

what a great and happy roof!!
i hope you have had some nice easter days!

Linda said...

I have seen advertisements on the roofs of barns, but never something like this! What a great find! I regret that I was not into photography when I lived in Michigan...as I recall, there are LOTS of barns there! As a southern gal, I was just into not freezing to death! Have a great day!

Debbie said...

so clever and artsy!! i love the entire package and you photographed it beautifully!!

i am in love with all the colors...

Pamela Gordon said...

Now that is the cutest barn roof I've ever seen! Beautiful! Pamela

Amy Burzese said...

I haven't seen that before! Very interesting. Great barn to share. Thanks!

Veronica said...

That is AWESOME!!!! What a great idea!!

Nancy said...

Mari, this is so cool...I have never seen anything like it but I love it...Lots of creativity live around this place....
Great shot....

Tricia @ Bluff Area Daily said...

At 1st, I thought it just had some shingles missing, but I see the rooster, now! What a beauty & they really put a lot of work into the design... the white pops against all that red

Thanks so much for joining =)

Tanya said...

wow! how cool is that?!

Lesley said...

At first I thought it was a really bad patching job, but whose shingles would fall off in the shape of a rooster?!

LuAnn said...

Very cute !!!!

thirdhandart said...

I've never seen a barn with a rooster painted on the roof. Wow! And, that little red barn looks to be in immaculate shape. Awesome find and a gorgeous capture!

Laura Delegal - Leroy Photography said...

That is cute. And I didn't notice the design until you pointed it out. Really cute.

Rita said...

How original, and what a delight to see.

I may have to borrow this idea. We just finished having a garden shed built in our yard and it still has a plain black tarpaper roof. I still have time to change what goes on top of it. Perhaps a butterfly ?

Carletta said...

You win the prize for the most charm this week Mari! :)
That is so cute!

S. Etole said...

That's just plain fun!

Shelly said...

I like that! The Rooster adds a special touch!
Tom would like that Rooster on his roof.

Genie said...

Because of my abnormal week last week, I missed Barn Charm and this precious barn. The roof looks like a scrabble board. Really cute building. Thanks for your sweet note. A friend drove Eloise home on Thursday and I have been in bed since then. Tomorrow I have to go back to work. The spasms have stopped...thank goodness....I really think I have been living HELL right here on this earth. I have some osteo rotting in my left hip, and my spine is ready for the trash can. My neurosurgeon said that if the pain dos mot get better with anti spasm drugs and shots into the back, he will need to operate. That would mean fusing 2 diss at the neck and two at the base of the spine. YUCK! I said NONONONONO....I refuse.At least now I know I am NOT imagining the pain and the spasms. I refuse to give in to it so I work even when it is acting up. The fire out here in the wilderness area is not 30% under control, but we still have another week to worry. If the winds start back up, we will have to evacuate. The air in and out is permeated with smoke so my asthma is really acting up. Hey, I am alive...so what more can I ask for. Hugs, genie