Sunday's Pictures

Growing up in South Alabama, we did not have tobacco barns and now that our home is in South Georgia, I have become fascinated with them. As the tobacco farming grows less in this area, the old barns are being used for storage and some are falling down. I am photographing the old ones to show their character and building techniques.

More recent Tobacco barn

Old Log Barn

This is an old, old tobacco barn that is about to fall down, but the sun shows its fine lines

2 Story Barn

Many are now used for storage

Have a great and blessed Sunday

Nuff Said

The Georgia Peach

1 comment:

Mr Puffy's Knitting Blog: said...

Wonderful pictures and great project idea! I lived in South Bend, Indiana for a time and loved to see the old barns in the countryside. A part of our history that has passed away.