#ThursdayDoors — Barn Stuffs

IMG_3830Yeah, so that’s a mural from the Children’s Museum of Indianapolis

This is a barn from the Indiana State Fair

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This one, too

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And inside that barn

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And another barn

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Plus some animals

 

And farm machinery whatsits

 

 

#ThursdayDoors is part of an inspired post series run by Norm Frampton. To see other doors of interest, or to share your own, click the link and find the frog.

 

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46 Responses to #ThursdayDoors — Barn Stuffs

  1. eschudel says:

    Those are some nice barn doors there!

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  2. Joanne Sisco says:

    Wow – that’s a really big doohickey! 🙂

    I always enjoy a walk in the country enjoying barn-y stuff 🙂

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  3. Norm 2.0 says:

    Barns are always a good choice, both inside and out, plus they almost always have doors on rails – whoohoo!
    The shot of the white and green one is very well done 🙂

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  4. Luanne says:

    But the barn doors are open so, hence, no doors! Or are openings doors, too? And then I started thinking about shutting the barn door after . . . . I think I read this too early in the morning. Beautiful bucolic post!

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  5. bikerchick57 says:

    I enjoy stuffs and whatsits as much as thingies and doo-dads. Barn doors (and the critters inside) are always a welcome addition on Thursday and these are some nice ones, Joey.

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  6. ghostmmnc says:

    Cool barns and critters! Thanks for showing us around the fair! 🙂

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  7. Benson says:

    Those big clunky sliding barn doors are hip now. According to those remodeling shows.

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  8. marianallen says:

    I love those slidey doors! You need to get a Mail Pouch one. Anybody know what I’m talking about?

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  9. JT Twissel says:

    Some great compositions here Joey – my fav is the Normandy Barn but any one would make a lovely painting.

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  10. We used to tell people their barn door was open. It might mean something unrelated to doors. You really didn’t want your horse to get out.

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  11. I love red barns, natural wood barns, and all the barnyard animals! The Green and yellow John Deere tractor, and doohickey are wonderful additions to this farming door post.

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  12. Very rustic…except for that Normandy, which look gorgeous, but a bit too clean ??? Love a good barn, and a proper barn raising is fun to see…construction in one day.

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  13. I smell hay. Why do I smell hay?

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  14. jesh stg says:

    The Normandia barn is so perfect! and love the one above it, because of the horse:) Llama’s I like too though -Have heard they’re kind of bossy:):) Oh am still such a city slicker, except for the tractor, I have no idea what those other machines do, lol!

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  15. I am a long time sucker for barns, their doors and hardware. I find beauty in them all and would love to know the history attached – family, animals, year it was built. Like I said, I love them. 🙂

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  16. Pistachios says:

    I had to do a double take at “Normandy Barn” coz we have a popular bar/pub here called The Normanby, so I read it as “Normanby Bar” …
    Lovely barns and doors though, and bonus animal photos!

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  17. Dan Antion says:

    I’m a sucker for big red barns, but that weathered barn is my fav today, well after the Llama and her buddies.

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  18. Ally Bean says:

    These photos are great. So clear and so door-y. I like how Indiana looks, both the farmlands and the cityscapes.

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  19. Erika says:

    I’ve always loved those sliding barn doors. If only I could make something like that work in my house.

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  20. I will always fall for a red barn but this time I claim the Normandy Barn 🙂

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  21. Great pictures, Joey. I love the look of that Normandy Barn in particular! 🙂

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  22. Laura says:

    I love the first one. There’s just something about a bright red barn…

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  23. I love a classic red barn. We pass some along our drives through Virginia and they look so picturesque out there in the rolling fields.

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