Lots of Barn images out there but this may be in the very top of many many I have seen. You use the golden thirds in the placement of the barn both vertically and horixontally, you have a sense of deepth from the perspective created by the side of the barn getting smaller. You have a lovely sky whith two birds in the right place. Were you lucky or very patient? The grass in the forground is very real with texture and plot about the state of use of the barn.
Now to be picky. Your grain tower and barn front lean slightly towars the left at the top. No, you can`t do this. Either you did not thinnk about this side as much as you should have or the birds were to important to you. I would rather see a straight vertical where it belongs and lose the birds if necessary.
Ok...here I go. Ron, the slight tilt of the silo is a little distracting since it is prominent while you made up for it with the straight (as straight as they can be) lines of the barn. But that is all! Did no one notice all the lightning rods? What an elegant inclusion, and also quantitatively defines rural life. The birds are there..they *were* there, and give energy and motion, a natural tone to this scene. The details are wonderful, especially the tilt of the window at the top of the barn. Wonderful contrasting colors...and oh...may I say WOW? A timeless capture.