12 thoughts on “Wordless Wednesday: Fall Beauty In NE Texas

  1. Karen Del Tatto

    Beautiful! There is something about old barns, and especially with the backdrop you’ve captured. 🙂 Thanks for sharing.

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    1. Taylor-Made Homestead Post author

      Thanks for your sweet comment Karen. I’ll admit this old barn has always spoken to my heart, and I include it in many photo ops. LOL ~TMH~

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  2. Greg Hill

    Good Morning TMH, I just stop by to say hello, and say I wish I had this view of your bard and surroundings. Beautiful !!! Nice weather too. Here it’s a Washington down pour and has been this way for quite a while. I wanted to mention that the Rancher-mans recipe for the Green Bean casserole was great !! I did some elaboration on the recipe with sauteed onions and Fresh Mushrooms. It was gone before I knew it. Thanks again … I think this was to many words for a Wordless Wednesday so I’ll stop. Hope you have a great day. Greg

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    1. Taylor-Made Homestead Post author

      Always such sweet & thoughtful comments from you Greg, thank you! I’m loving this weather too, we’ve been walking around in short sleeves all week. I know winter with all its blusteryness is on its way, but in the meantime… And I’m glad you enjoyed the green bean casserole, your additions sound delish. ~TMH~

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  3. ColleenB.~Texas

    Such a beautiful photo; especially with the sun shining so brightly on the lovely trees as well as your lovely weathered old barn. Would make for a great calendar photo as many of your photos would make for a beautiful calendar. (would make for a nice family gift; calendars using your own photos.) I love old barn photos. Looks like there’s not a cloud in the sky. You share the most beautiful photos; thank you

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    1. Taylor-Made Homestead Post author

      Thank you Patti, that ole barn gives me so much photo-op! As a matter of fact it’s this old barn that drew my eye to this piece of property in the first place when we were looking to relocate. There’s definitely a soft spot in my heart for old 1800’s barns! ~TMH~

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