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Monday, November 29, 2010

Old.....for old barns....

I am not sure this is a barn, but I am posting it for the Old Barn meme.
It is so big, and the only thing near is a farm so i don't know what else it could be. If you want to see more barns or want to join the meme, pop on over the Tricia's Bluff Area Daily blog to join.

16 comments:

James said...

What a great looking building! It looks like a barn to me but I'm no expert. I love finding old farm buildings.

Jan n Jer said...

It sure looks like a barn to me. Great shot!

Betsy Banks Adams said...

Neat old barn (or whatever it is)... It is quite large.... Great pictures, Rose.
Hugs,
Betsy

Springman said...

I don't know...Hmmmmm...very narrow thresholds...A three story chicken coop?

Flutterby said...

Workers quarters? Doors look to narrow for cows and horses. Maybe even an old family home.
Beautiful either way.

Elaine said...

It certainly looks like some kind of barn, but who knows what it was used for. Lovely shots!

Suburban Girl said...

Wow, it is a mystery! It looks great in B&W.

EG CameraGirl said...

It sure is BIG like a barn. The doors or windows are so tall and skinny!

don said...

A fine barn shot. I like how it is so nestled in the trees. Thanks for the comments on my "pretty" barn shot. I didn't have a new picture ready and so I resorted to a previously posted barn picture. I appreciate every comment...including repeaters! :-)

Anonymous said...

That's a SCARY looking sucker - could be haunted! =)
I'm glad you got these shots, it's very interesting & HUUUGE!

Thanks so much for joining, Rose, much appreciated

Lowell said...

Well, if it stored animals or farm products or machinery I think it would qualify as a barn...but I don't think that matters...it's a great old building that is fighting to keep standing. Two very nice shots, Rose!

SouthernSass said...

It looks like a barn to me. It is very large and I like it equally as well in black and white and color. Great shot!

Jim Klenke said...

Its neat looking, I would love to take a peek inside.

George said...

This is a very interesting structure. I agree with you that this is an old barn.

Small City Scenes said...

My that is a huge building--let's call it a barn. I wish we all knew it's story--might be interesting. MB

Mary said...

Don't know if it is a barn or not, but I love how it looks! You sure find all the best old buildings.

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