Rumble: Beauty in the Eye of the Beholder

You might think this is silly, but I am fascinated about the barns which dot this landscape.
You find them everywhere, even in the most remote mountain passes. Just standing in the field. Looking at the structure of the wood, the way the tiling is done, they have been standing there for decades.

The barns are used to stow hay and tools, so the farmer does not have to haul everything to and fro the farm. They are usually built
in two storeys. They hay is stuffed under the roof, so it can not get wet once the land is flooded by the melting snow. The tools are stowed below. Often they also have a space for cattle to shelter from bad weather.


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