The two connected post and beam barns at Sabbaday Lake Shaker Village were built in 1830.
Photo Credit : Sara Gray
Long-time contributing photographer Sara Gray spent the winter of 2013 photographing the classic New England barns of southeast Maine for our print pages, but striking images weren’t the only thing her lens captured. From the caretakers who work tirelessly to preserve these iconic structures to the animals who find shelter within them, the four barns in New Gloucester, Maine that she focused on all have tales to tell. These striking Maine barn photographs each convey a story that continues to evolve.
See the Yankee 2014 feature: Classic Barns of Maine | Sense of Place
Maine Barns in Winter
See more of Sara’s work at saragray.comThis post was first published in 2014 and has been updated.