Photos by Tag: barn

January 21st, 2020

Abandoned barn collapses

I was on the way home from Burlington today when I noticed this winter casualty, a collapsed barn visible from the highway at the intersection of Pulver Road and Hwy. 20. Skagit icons disappearing one by one…

September 23rd, 2010

Ravages of time

Those who have followed AnacortesToday.com likely recognize this barn. This photograph reveals a portion of the south wall of my favorite Lake Campbell landmark.

September 8th, 2009

Aging barn

Time and weather continue to take their toll on this Lake Campbell barn. It looks like this farm building, situated near the base of Mt. Erie, will suffer the same fate that a neighboring barn at the other end of the road did about 20 years ago.

February 20th, 2009

Years ago

This one’s from the archives. I used to pass this barn near Lake Campbell regularly on my way to do business in Anacortes. It’s gone now, and another of my Lake Campbell favorites is looking more fragile every day.

February 26th, 2006

Hanging on

Time has taken its toll on this South Fidalgo barn, which apparently has failed to find a place on its owner’s “to do” list.

December 20th, 2005

Frosty hollow

A layer of frost on the roof of this Fidalgo Island barn survived into the afternoon on Sunday. Warmer temperatures and rain over the past couple of days have eliminated the sparkle from evening and morning hours.

February 7th, 2005

Rural Fidalgo

Those who travel Highway 20 between Sharpe’s Corner and Deception Pass are familiar with this barn, situated below the road en route to Campbell Lake.

January 17th, 2005

A barn now gone

When I lived on Lake Campbell many years ago, I would routinely pass this old barn on the way to town. The barn, reminiscent of agricultural days gone by, has since given way to the ravages of time. This photograph was taken in July 1984. Within a couple of miles of my house today, at […]

September 22nd, 2003

Mt. Erie barn

I photographed this barn, one of my favorites since I lived on Lake Campbell years ago, on a Sunday afternoon visit to friend Irene’s house. It was a relaxing trip sparked by an invitation to “harvest” the last of the season’s fruit from a Wealthy apple tree. By day’s end I was fine-dining on a […]

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