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Historic Connecticut Barns

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Historic Charm

Connecticut has plenty of historic charm and barns. I really enjoy the old barns from the Colonial era, and often wonder what it would be like to have one in my back yard. I envision a home-office, or some kind of retreat.

Connecticut Barns

Many of the old barns are being taken down and replaced by new subdivisions.  Some of the locals protest, and rightly so.  I like to snap a picture whenever I see one, if I can persuade The Hubster to stop.

This is one I swung by and took a quick shot of on the way home one day after work.

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26 comments

  1. You always have such great photos! Thank you. I loved looking at this. So sweet and restful. :) :) :)
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  2. that’s such a picnic perfect spot!
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  3. That’s peaceful and tranquil
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  4. Fantastic photo! Happy WW!
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  5. That is beautiful! Thanks for sharing and happy WW :)

  6. Opps, forgot to check that I am participating :)
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  7. i really wanna spend time in a place like this :)

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  8. Amazing the colors for August. You must have had some rain come through.

    Have a great Wednesday!
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  9. It’s beautiful! I love that the barn is some what framed by the trees/bushes. Very nicely captured. It’s a perfect shot for WW!

    Mine is here.
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  10. I love old barns too!! Great shot!
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  11. Those old barns are such treasures. Great shot! Happy WW!
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  12. That’s awesome! Reminds me of one we had near here growing up. I used to look at it every time we drove by and imagine what it looked like new. I loved seeing how the ivy grew up one side!

    Happy WW! :)

  13. We have a lot of barns like that here in PA, too. They do have a lot of charm, but I always wonder how structurally sound they are.
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  14. Gorgeous barn! Will need to consider a Barn Tour for a future vacation.
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  15. Beautiful barn.
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  16. That’s a really rustic looking house.
    Happy WW

  17. That is beautiful. I love old buildings… especially barns!

  18. Our country is so young but the old barns are like America’s ruins.
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  19. We need some things to remain from our not-so-distant past…while we’ve still got them.
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  20. You take excellent photos. Thank you for sharing
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  21. That looks so quiet and peaceful. It makes me wish I could get away from the city for a little while.
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  22. What a great picture! That would look great enlarged and hanging on the wall.
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  23. I love old barns, too! Especially the old barns that have Mail Pouch Tobacco advertised on them that dot the Midwest! I collect pics of these! Thanks so much! Stop by! http://psychicmamaindigochild.blogspot.com/2009/08/wordless-wednesday-fear.html

  24. I remember when I was younger, my dad’s best friend got married for the second time and his home had an old barn on it that they refurbished and decorated to hold the reception in (as you know, I grew up in CT)… It was beautiful and we had so much fun. The wedding was outside and the weather was perfect, we even went for horseback rides. It was in Litchfield, so you know how beautiful it is out there… thanks for bringing back that memory ~~ I don’t have too many wonderful childhood memories, but that is one… :-)

  25. oh yes i would go for the retreat idea too. i love the old barns. its a shame they dont build them anymore here.

  26. Are there any better photos than those of old barns? We have alot of them in Arkansas. I could spend the whole weekend, driving and photographing them.
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