Rafters in Barn

This black and white photography features the interior of an old barn located at Cades Cove, an historical settlement in a verdant valley located in the Smoky Mountains of Tennessee. You can visit my gallery for prints. Thanks very much!


9 responses to “Rafters in Barn”

  1. It’s good that this barn is being maintained. Too many barns in my home state are just crumbling and returning to earth.

    1. Right on, John. Fortunately, this barn and many other historic structures are preserved as part of Cades Cove in the Great Smoky Mountains National Park – intact to enjoy for generations.

      1. That’s nice. Many abandoned farms in Michigan from long ago are still standing in varying degrees.

  2. Deze vind in top in zwart wit! Goede keuze hiermee !
    Have a wonderful day dear Phil! Greetings ! 🌹🤶😘

    1. Dankjewel lieve Inge! Zo aardig van je vandaag mijn vriend! Ik wens jou hetzelfde ~ groetjes! 🌹🎅😘

  3. This corner of history is beautiful! I like very much!

    1. I’m gladGrazie cara Paola. L’area è conosciuta come “Cades Cove” e ha molti dei primi insediamenti di migranti ben mantenuti affinché i visitatori possano osservarli e divertirsi. Sono felice che ti piaccia, amico mio, e auguro a te e alla tua famiglia un felice 2023! 🤗🌹

  4. Oh, no words. ❤️👏❤️👏❤️

    1. Thank you, dear Robin ~ so glad you like it! 🤗🌹

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